10 World's Scientists Test Suicide & Success

Scientists will probably always enthusiastic to do many experiments to find anything groundbreaking or new things that are useful for many people, or perhaps something more effective than ever before, they learned a lot from books, studies and experiments, and this is the scientists who do the "experiment" pamungkasnya to commit suicide and succeeded!
Turing 1.Alan

Alan Turing, the British scientist is very proficient in mathematics, logic and cryptographers. He was arguably the greatest English scientist of the 20th century.Often considered the father of modern computer science, Turing provide formalization of the concept of algorithm and computation with the Turing machine.With the Turing test, he made a significant and provocative contribution to the debate regarding artificial intelligence: "Is it possible that machines can be conscious and think?" He then worked at the National Physical Laboratory and created one of the first designs for computers that are capable of storing a program.In 1948 he moved to Manchester University to work on the Manchester Mark I. This is where he later led one of the earliest computers in the world.
In 1952, Turing was convicted of incidents Acts of Gross Indecency, after he admitted sexual relations with same-sex. He was given a choice: prison 18 months or chemical castration effect on breast enlargement. He chose the latter.
On June 8, 1954, Turing could no longer withstand the pain of insult and punishment she receives. He then ate an apple laced with cyanide.
2.Wallace Carothers
Wallace Hume Carothers was an American chemist whose name was linked to the discovery of nylon. After receiving his Ph.D., he taught at several universities before he was hired by the DuPont Company to work on fundamental research. There he became group leader in DuPont's Experimental Station laboratory that did a lot of research on the polymer. In addition to nylon, it also laid the groundwork for the creation of Neoprene.
After a monumental discovery, Carothers suffered from depression due to 'inventor's block, compounded by the death of his brother. He drank the poison at its peak in 1937 when he turn 41 years old.
Eastman 3.George
George Eastman was born in Waterville, New York, in 1854. He founded the Eastman Kodak Company. He also found a roll of film to help uplift the world of photography and facilitate the making of the film. In 1884, he patented a photographic medium that replaced fragile glass plates with emulsion-coated photo paper rolls. The discovery of the film roll is accelerating the process of recording multiple images. On 4 September 1888 Eastman registered trade brand, Kodak.
In 1932, Eastman committed suicide. He left a note saying: "My job is finished. Why wait? "He is buried in Rochester, New York?

4.Nicolas Leblanc
lmuwan one is a chemist and French surgeon famous for being the first person to manufacture soda from common salt. He was born in 1742, Leblanc developed an interest in medicine at a young age. He enrolled in the College of Surgeons of Paris in 1759. In 1780, he became a doctor of households of Louis Philip II, Duke of Orleans.
In 1775, French Academy of Sciences offers reward anyone who can process the salt into soda ash. In 1791, Nicolas Leblanc succeeded in making sodium carbonate using salt and sulfuric acid. The promised gift was given to him.
Two years after the award presentation, the revolutionary French government to cancel the gift received by Leblanc. Subsequently, in 1802 Napoleon gave the plant (but not the prize money) to him. But Leblanc is already disappointed not able to run the plant. Finally, he committed suicide in 1806.

5. Edwin Armstrong

Edwin Armstrong was born on December 18, 1890 was an American electrical engineer who discovered the FM radio. For the first time, he began to initiate an FM radio while at university and patented his idea in 1914. However, many parties would hinder his idea. Among Radio Corporation of America who thinks that his idea would destroy AM radio to stop its progress.
In desperation, frustration and thought that FM radio would never succeed, Armstrong jumped from 13th floor apartment in 1954. He was aged 63 at the time.
6.Hans Berger
Hans Berger was born in Neuses, Germany in 1873. He is known as the first to record electroencephalograms (EEGs) with human objects. He also found the rhythmic alpha brain waves.
Berger studied medicine, neurology, psychiatry and psychology at the University of Jena. However, he then concentrated on the field of neurology and follow the pioneering work done by British scientist, Richard Caton. He has recorded human EEG in 1924. This success gave way to find the alpha waves and manjelaskan-for the first time-that the epilepsy has an effect on the brain. Disturbed by the rise of Nazism and the effects of World War II, Berger hanged himself on June 1, 1941.
7.Valeri Legasov
Valeri Alekseevich Legasov was a leading Soviet scientist in the field of inorganic chemistry and a member of the USSR Academy of Sciences. He is also chairman of the committee investigating the Chernobyl disaster on April 26, 1986.
After the Chernobyl disaster, Legasov become a key member of a government commission established to investigate the causes of disasters and to plan the liquidation of the consequences. In August 1986, he presented the report of the Soviet delegation at the special meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna. Report hit the West associates with the depth of analysis and full honesty in discussing the consequences of the tragedy.
Assertion and open Legasov shown, however, then cause it had to face many problems. One of them, the Soviet government was uncomfortable with the frankness and the rigidity principle. Consequently, in the period 1986-1987 name twice failed to get into the list of people who will be awarded the title Hero of Socialist Labor. He also suffered severe depression. Because of this, she decided to commit suicide on April 27, 1988.

8.Ludwig Boltzmann
Ludwig Eduard Boltzmann was an Austrian physicist famous in the field of statistical mechanics and statistical thermodynamics. He is also one of the main supporters of the theory of atoms. He was born in Vienna, February 20, 1844, Boltzmann attended the University of Vienna, and earned his Ph.D. at age 22. Three years later he became professor of mathematics-physics at the University of Graz. His dream to become professor of theoretical physics is reached in 1893 at the University of Vienna.
However, behind all his success, Boltzmann suffered from bipolar disorder. A pain which later caused him to commit suicide. He committed suicide while on vacation with his family. He is buried in Vienna. On the tombstone there are streaks.
Kelly 9.David
David Christopher Kelly, the full name. He is one of the British Ministry of Defense employees (MoD) seklaigus biological weapons expert and former United Nations field of weapons inspectors in Iraq. Doubts on the WMD document prepared by the Blair Government caused it lapse into political scandal and he was forced to attend sessions of the Committee of Parliament.
On July 17, 2003, Kelly was walking all day across Oxfordshire. He also reported to have swallowed 29 painkillers and slashed his wrists. However, many leaders, including MPs and paramedics doubt the exact cause of Kelly's death.
10.Viktor Meyer
Viktor Meyer, German chemists have a large contribution of organic and inorganic chemistry. In addition, men born in Berlin in 1848 it also created a tool to measure the density of steam and find thiophene.
Meyer is a workaholic. Perhaps because of his insanity on the job, his nervous system began to fail. After a series of mental disorder, he eventually committed suicide using cyanide in 1897. He died at the age of 49.

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