Tuesday, June 16, 2015


puszcza paki. Benio poprosil abym umiescil fotke czosnku z naszego ogrodka. Letitzia ma nam podpowiedziec w jakim stadium rozwoju paka trzeba mu oberwac lepek + jak sporzadzic salatke z oberwanych pakow.


BORN IN WARSAW in 1867, Marie Curie came into the world as a woman without a country. Poland had been conquered and divided between the Russians, Prussians and Austrians, leaving the young Curie - then called Maria Sklodowska - in a precarious position regarding her first job. She was the tutor and governess for a wealthy family outside Warsaw, and she risked her freedom by defying the Russians and teaching Polish peasant children to read. Her insatiable thirst for knowledge led the chemist at a local beet sugar plant to begin instructing her in the science. In 1891, she left Poland for Paris, where she soon received a scholarship for her unrivaled work in physics and chemistry. She was partnered with Pierre Curie, a lab owner whom she soon married. The pair, led by Marie, would go on to become one of science's most famous couples. Marie made it her life's work to understand the properties of rays and radioactive material, and she eventually gave her life for the sake of knowledge. But in the 20th century, thanks to her work, our understanding of radiation went from being nonexistent to ending World War II in one fell swoop.
A Biography of Madame Curie,
by Eve Curie ("100 people who shaped our world", SPECIAL NEWSWEEK EDITION).

01:27 Hrs. Budzi mnie siusiu.

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