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  1. 1930: en los Estados Unidos se les otorga la patente US1781541 a Albert Einstein y su exestudiante Leó Szilárd por su invención: el refrigerador Einstein. 1934: en Melbourne (Australia) se inaugura el Santuario de la Memoria. 1939: George Van Biesbroeck descubre el asteroide (1464) Armisticia.

  2. While in Cutchogue on August 2, 1939, pipe-smoking Einstein was visited by fellow Jewish physicists from Hungary Leó Szilárd (who had produced a nuclear chain reaction in a laboratory at Columbia University) and Edward Teller (both prompted by Niels Bohr), and dictated the famous Letter to President Roosevelt, alerting him to the new developments in nuclear physics and hinting that the ...

  3. One of the most famous responses to this question was suggested in 1929 by Leó Szilárd, and later by Léon Brillouin. [7] [9] Szilárd pointed out that a real-life Maxwell's demon would need to have some means of measuring molecular speed, and that the act of acquiring information would require an expenditure of energy.

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    Einer der entschiedensten Gegner war der Physiker Leó Szilárd, der starke Lobbyarbeit unter Politikern und Wissenschaftlern gegen den Einsatz betrieb. Auch im Militär gab es Widerstand, so sprach sich Dwight D. Eisenhower gegen den Einsatz aus, weil er unter anderem ein Wettrüsten mit der Sowjetunion befürchtete.

  5. Projekt Manhattan (ang. Manhattan Project) lub Program Manhattan, znany także jako: Manhattan Engineer District (MED) – amerykański rządowy, tajny program badawczy, którego celem było uzyskanie energii jądrowej i wykorzystanie jej do produkcji nowego typu broni.

  6. 21/09/2022 · In 1933, Hungarian physicist Leó Szilárd first formalized the idea that neutron-driven fission of heavy atoms could be used to create a nuclear chain reaction having generated energy by using ...

  7. 17/11/2022 · Two German refugee scientists, Frisch and R.E. Peierls, warn the U.S. about Germany's nuclear weapons program. Albert Einstein sends a letter to President Roosevelt warning him about the threat posed by Germany. The letter, which was written by Leó Szilárd in consultation with Edward Teller and Eugene Wigner, was signed by Einstein.