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Pearl Buck grew up in China, where her parents were missionaries. Many of her books deal with China and Chinese life, for example the best seller 'The Good Earth' (1931) that depicts Chinese peasant life: sorrows and hardship as well as joys and rewards.

Buck was awarded the 1938 Nobel Prize in Literature "for her rich and truly epic descriptions of peasant life in China and for her biographical masterpieces"

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Juliette Binoche will star in "Pearl," based on the life of Nobel Prize winner Pearl S. Buck along with Leehom Wang ("Forever Young") and Jing Tian ("Great Wall"). Roxanne Messina Captor is directi...
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6.05.2015 I have her books and read writing . Very good writer.
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The Spanish investigative journalist of fraud of the pharmaceutical, Miguel Jara, reminds us: "just the year in which it was decided the mass vaccination of girls to"protect them"from the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) the Nobel Prize for medicine went to the German virologist Harald Zur Hausen" discovered "that it is the virus that causes cervical cancer. Pure coincidence, of course. But then it has known in the jury conceded it was there was two people related to the sueco-britanico lab AstraZeneca: the Chairman of the Nobel Committee for medicine, Bertil Fredholm and Bo Angelin. As well, Fredholm worked as a consultant for AstraZeneca in 2006 and Angelin is member of the Board of the multinational. And we must not forget that AstraZeneca is the owner since 2007 of the company MedImmune, which is, in turn, owner of the technique to get the particles which have served to make the first two vaccines against HPV. If not is clear will add that AstraZeneca has been the title sponsor of two of the subsidiaries of the Nobel Foundation: Nobel Media - controlling and traded before the media with the rights of the Foundation - and Nobel Webb - responsible for the www.nobelprize.org-website, the contents of the secret contract. Michael Sholman, executive director of the Nobel Foundation, would declare to the Scientific American magazine that all relations between them and the company knew but did not consider that it had therefore conflict of interest. Finally, they have tried to convince us that the choice of Harald Zur Hausen as Nobel Prize in medicine in these times had a blatant promotional character of vaccines. Although Sanofi Pasteur-MSD Merck and GlaxoSmithKline are paying patent rights corresponding to MedImmune. But then, why the Agency's Chief Prosecutor against the corruption of Sweden, Christer Von Der Kwast, decided to investigate the facts and to speak publicly of "possible bribery and corruption"? "
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For Freedom to Organize behind the Iron Curtain
On 1 May 1982, more than 30,000 demonstrated in Warsaw, Poland, for the release of trade union leader Lech Walesa who was arrested and held in detention for almost one year before his release.
Walesa, electrician by trade, co-founded Solidarity (Solidarność), the Soviet bloc's first independent trade union. In 1989 Solidarity won free elections, and in the following year Walesa was elected President of Poland (1990 to 1995).
 In reaching the decision to award Lech Walesa the 1983 #NobelPeacePrize the Nobel Committee had taken into account Walesa's contribution, made with considerable personal sacrifice, to ensure the workers' right to establish their own organisations.

You can read Walesa’s Nobel Lecture here:
http://goo.gl/UF9l4h
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2013 Nobel Laureate Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) commemorate first use of chemical weapons 100 years ago in Belgium:
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On 22 April 2015 we commemorate the first use of chemical weapons, which occurred in leper, Belgium. Ceremony · Ieper Declaration · Photo Gallery. Chemical Weapons in World War I: An Exhibition. In the course of World War I, chemical weapons resulted in over 1 million casualties, ...
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The Wheel of Life will Save Venus , Help It.
#Climate #Climatic #ClimatiHarmony #ClimaticDisorder #ClimateHaox #GlobalWarming #Harmony #Disorder #Interdiction #Interdictions #RitmEtern #Life #Earth #EarthClimatic #MSNBC #YahooNews #GoogleNews #USAToday #USA #USASenate #USANews #GlobalNews #EuroNews #Science #Physics #Technology #PressRelease
The Wheel Of Life - will save Venus and with our Help
maybe will Help Earth too and Mars and ..
The Wheel of life is contained in two applications at USPTO , they Stopped it maybe for any personals interest not an American Interest anymore because if America will loss it will loss the position of leader for Climatic, point.
Nobel Institution the biggest Discovery of Millenium 4 (3) is Ion Murgu (Ohio) CUT&PT 345 Resonator what give us The Wheel of Life , Venusian people need The Wheel of Life to Save theirs Climatic (power want Climate) for us Climatic www.climaticharmony.com is Venus Chance . To follow theirs example. 
Nobel Prize Claim for  THE WHEEL OF LIFE
First Venusian Man what will get a Nobel Prize for Boson hix what will Save Venus.
The Wheel of Life will Save Venus , America invest in this Venusian Man.
#Science #Tehnology #Nobel #PressRelease #Copyright
#HumanRights #YahooNews #Google #USAToday #Fizica #Stiinta #Ziare #Adevarul #WorldPress #WorldNews #Climatic #ClimaticHarmony #Climate #ClimateHarmony
-THE WHEEL OF LIFE - The Wheel Of Life
Will Save Venus - If you intended to send your childrens on Venus Help The Wheel of Life.Humanity to tray it for Earth too,, isn't so big investition , maybe 5% for what we are losing now with Space fix and Boson Hix.
The Wheel of Life an Human Being from The Earth Inventinons to Save Venus.
Climatic on Venus is Life Emergency.
Under Human Rights of Copyright Protection.
Nobel Prize claim for The Whell of Life by Ion Murgu .
 (It's for equilibrium of human future I hope)
Comic Until you decide Leonardo Da Vinci Dream becamed a Comedy
(Is Quantic reversibility on here - Mechanic, Industry but following the Reversibility)
 (The biggest RPM will help quantic and Physics theory coming from another direction)
 Nobody want to invest hopes into My flaying bicycle We will need to land on Venus we will need it. I work a lot on it , in a hope will bring a little gravific field on Cosmic ships.
 Ion Murgu - The Whell of Life
 If you take second Application and only put it near of first you will see a continuity.
 I bet we can to fly with a bicycle.
 I MADE IT POSSIBLE , I WISH TO SEE IT. YOU WILL CAN TO GO AWAY FOR ANY DANGERS WITH IT
 "SAY NO TO IRREVERSIBILITY
 THE WELL OF LIFE
 say NOT TO aBSURD
 The Well of Life is coming with a new clean source of Energy.
 For us here Down International Rights of Copyright must to remain pure, also Human Rights and so a Leonardo Da Vinci and oldest challenge
 Boys isn't humor here I think finally we can
 Boeing, GE, GM etc.
 BUT EASY I WORKED FOR IT FROM 1973 IN A SENSE WITH A LOT OF GIVE-UPS AND RETURNS
 I am pretty sure into "The Well of Life" I got any totally new elements, like
 Ion Murgu Real Magic Angles, ... what will make possibly Leonardo Da Vinci dream, a men to flay with his proper source of energy, proper force.
 Isn't it a Challenge for us now into millennium 4.
 Millennium 3 but if we will can, can say 4 ty
 The Well of Life will be our future Down Here I love every NASA of the world but I am constient a lot of humans and life will remain here then to keep theirs future safety too.
 To proof we have a merit for it.
 To build The Well of Life what can to keep us out of irreversible methods of gaining energy.
 The Well of Life is Contained into 2 Applications at USPTO
 1 M Thermodynamic resonant engine with a rotary variant.
 2 Shock wave converter for M Thermodynamic resonant engine, for a electromagnetic resonant engine and for shock wave dissipate sources
 USPTO publish it please with priority, we will remain Down here, then must to assure it.
 You see I make all deposit in America, because I trusted America then don't send it into another direction using USPTO sensibility NOW.
 Luck Down is lucking nice you see I didn't test nothing from it because not laboratory, all is the product of mind and not artificial one
 "http://www.google.com/patents/US20130228976"
Fusion on Venus will be a factor of Atmosphere volatil on Venus.
The Wheel of Life will help a lot Venus To splash theyrs Ships on Jupiter.
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May-Britt Moser after announcement of the 2014 Medicine Prize: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=63UOIVTD4hU
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Go, Woman, go!!!!!!
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25 years ago, NASA launched one of the most ambitious experiments in the history of astronomy: the Hubble Space Telescope.
This single telescope has helped astronomers pinpoint the age of the universe, revealed the birthplace of stars and planets, advanced our understanding of dark energy and cosmic expansion, and uncovered black holes lurking at the heart of galaxies.

In honor of Hubble's landmark anniversary, NOVA tells the remarkable story of the telescope including the 2011 Nobel Laureates in Physics, Saul Perlmutter, Brian Schmidt and Adam Riess, awarded "for the discovery of the accelerating expansion of the Universe through observations of distant supernovae".

Watch it here:
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/space/invisible-universe.html
Follow the historic rescue of Hubble—the space telescope that unveiled the cosmos.
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"Showing us a Universe as beautiful as it is astonishing". Wow!
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Planck was twice married. Three of his children died young, leaving him with two sons. One of them was executed for his part in an unsuccessful attempt to assassinate Hitler in July 1944.

The Concept of Quanta
When a black body is heated, electromagnetic radiation is emitted with a spectrum depending on the temperature of the body and not of its composition. Calculating the form of the spectrum, using the then established physical laws, gave an unreasonable result - the radiation in the high frequency part of the spectrum became infinite. Max Planck solved this problem by introducing the concept of quanta: the emitted radiation consists of quanta of specific energies determined by a new fundamental constant named the Planck constant.

“Planck's Constant and the Energy of a Photon” University of Colorado Boulder http://www.colorado.edu/physics/2000/quantumzone/photoelectric2.html
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Sigmund Freud's work was of no proven scientific value
The Austrian neurologist and founder of psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud (born 6 May 1856) was nominated for 12 years for the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. Freud got 33 nominations.  In 1929, the Nobel Committee for Medicine engaged an expert who came to the conclusion that a further investigation in Freud was not necessary, since Freud's work was of no proven scientific value. What is less known, perhaps, is that Romain Rolland, Nobel Laureate in Literature 1915, and an acquaintance of Freud, nominated him for the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1936.

Here are the nominations in the Nobel Nomination Database: http://www.nobelprize.org/nomination/archive/show_people.php?id=3209
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Get to know the individuals that have been awarded the Nobel Prize a little bit better!
What gives them their drive and creativity? Which future challenges are they passionate about and how do they think we should tackle them?
#NobelPrize Talks podcast: http://goo.gl/JVruoW
Nobelprize.org, Official web site of the Nobel Prize
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Malala Yousafzai, Tawakkol Karman and Mairead Corrigan are Peace Prize Laureates. Frederick Banting is a Medicine Laureate and the rest is Physics Laureates.
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How can it happen, one may ask, that something apparently so commonplace as a separation method should be rewarded by a Nobel Prize?

The answer is that from the very beginnings of chemistry until our own time, methods for separating substances have occupied a key position in this science. Even today, in Holland, chemistry is called "Scheikunde", or "the art of separation", and even today some of chemistry's most important advances are linked to the invention of new methods for separating various substances.
(From speech at the 1952 Nobel Prize Award Ceremony when Archer Martin and Richard Synge was awarded the Chemistry Prize "for their invention of partition chromatography".)

Chromatography means "color writing" (from the Greek words chroma and graphe) and is the collective term for a set of laboratory techniques which enables the separation of mixtures of chemical compounds using the phenomenon of adsorption.

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It's true that the cooler weather is a good indication that the seasons are changing, but there's no sign like the color of the leaves. In this lesson, you'll learn why leaves change color in the fall, and you'll learn how to do paper chromatography to separate the pigments found in a leaf.
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The polar explorer and scientist who  worked to secure homes for Turkish Armenians inside the Soviet Union

In 1922, the Norwegian Fridtjof Nansen became the first High Commissioner for Refugees appointed by the League of Nations. After the First World War, he was in charge of the exchanges of 400,000 prisoners of war between Russia, Germany, and the former Austria-Hungary. Nansen also engaged in humanitarian relief work in 1921, during the severe famine in the Soviet Union.
After 1922, the League of Nations provided "Nansen passports" to stateless refugees to enable them to cross national borders. In the last years of his life, he took up the Armenian cause.
The Nansen Office, also awarded a Nobel Peace Prize 1938, focused its aid effort on a people for whom Nansen had had particular concern: the Armenians. The Nansen Office organised the construction of villages to house more than 40,000 Armenians in Syria and Lebanon and resettled another 10,000 in Erivan in the Soviet Union.
Read about ”Fridtjof Nansen: Scientist and Humanitarian”:

http://goo.gl/hJLwcR

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