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    What is Life by Erwin Schrodinger

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    Erwin Schrodinger is a historic chemist who led a difficult life, but gave the scientific community multiple important contributions. Erwin Schrodinger’s life revolving around chemistry is full of contributions and essential advancements that he gave to the scientific community. Some of Schrodinger’s contributions consist of Schrodinger’s wave equation and Schrodinger’s book “What is Life” which led to valuable progression in biology thanks to his book (“Erwin Schrodinger.” Erwin Schrodinger. Dr

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    Fairy Tale Alive Please, help find this unicorn as soon as possible. One must not stay away from someone's loss. Just imagine how children are missing Diomedes, their beloved pet. Besides, he is also missed by his fellow pets, represented by Flamadida the dragon and phoenix called Regeneral. Add Comment What a Cat! They are still guessing why this "cat" is not friendly, aren't they? Well, maybe they will be doing it till the end of the days. It is very doubtful that anyone will respond to that

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    Dr. Erwin Schrodinger was a physicist in the twentieth century. He made groundbreaking discoveries in his field, for which he earned the Nobel Prize in 1927. Schrodinger was also a published author and remains a well-known scientist today. Schrodinger devised what is known as the “Schrodinger’s Cat Paradox” in 1935. It was one of his later discoveries and was worked on after extensive correspondence with Albert Einstein. Dr. Schrodinger earned his PhD in physics in 1910 from the University of Vienna

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    Development of Density Functional Theory

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    of the theory starts with elementary quantum mechanics and the theory is later generalized to fit different situations. A Schrodinger equation describes how the quantum state of a system varies with time. However, it would be really complex for solid system consisting of many nuclei and electrons. It would be much better if a time-independent, non-relativistic Schrodinger equation can be acquired. H ̂Ψ_i (x ⃑_1,x ⃑_2,…,x ⃑_N,R ⃑_1,R ⃑_2,…,R ⃑_M )=E_i Ψ_i (x ⃑_1,x ⃑_2,…,x ⃑_N,R ⃑_1,R ⃑_2,…,R ⃑_M

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    Invasion of Normandy

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    Invasion of Normandy Invasion of Normandy, also known as D-Day or Operation Overlord, was a cross channel attack planned by the allies that took place over the English channel. Not only was D-Day the largest amphibious assault the world had seen, it was a critical point in World War II. (Locke, Alain, ed. Pg 203) The Invasion of Normandy is when the allies decided that they must take an offense and invade Germany on their home land if Hitler was to be stopped. The allies put all of their

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    D-Day

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    In midsummer 1943, a year before the Anglo-American invasion of Normandy, Adolf Hitler’s Wehrmacht, still occupied all the territory it had gained in the blitzkrieg campaigns of 1939-41 and most of its Russian conquests of 1941-42. Germany also retained a foothold on the coast of North Africa, acquired when Germany assisted Italy in 1941. The Russian counteroffensives at Stalingrad and Kursk pushed back the perimeter of Hitler’s Europe in the east. Yet, Hitler and his allies still controlled the

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    Book Critique of The Longest Day Cornelius Ryan, born in Dublin, Ireland in 1920, worked as a reporter covering the battles in Europe from 1941-1945 and then the final months of the Pacific Campaign. His articles were printed in both Reuters and the London Daily Telegraph. His first book was The Longest Day, published in 1959, selling over 4 million copies in 27 different editions. In 1962 a director named Darryl Zannuck made the book into a movie. Ryan's next book was The Last Battle, published

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    Battle of El Alamein

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    Battle of El Alamein In July 1942, General Erwin Rommel and the Italo-German Panzer Armee Afrika, (part of the Deutsches Afrika Korps) were only 113km (70 miles) from Alexandria. The situation was so serious that Winston Churchill made the long journey to Egypt to discover for himself what needed to be done. Churchill decided to make changes to the command structure. General Harold Alexander was placed in charge of British land forces in the Middle East and Bernard Montgomery became commander

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    In the fall of 1781, American and French forces laid siege to Yorktown, Virginia, wherein a large group of British troops, led by General Charles Cornwallis, was stationed. The British were heavily outnumbered, and on October 19, 1781, Cornwallis and his men were forced to surrender. Although the Revolutionary War continued for close to two years after this battle, it is widely considered to be the battle in which the British lost the war, the proverbial “nail in the coffin” (Perkins). Another battle

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    “The Desert Fox” Erwin Johannes Eugen Rommel born November 15 1891 in Heidenheim, Germany was one of the greatest military generals Germany has ever seen possibly one of the greatest of the entire 19th century. He would later go on to command huge Nazi military campaigns across the globe with the rank of field marshall. Ever since he was a young boy Rommel was fascinated by how things worked and their efficiency this later proved useful when it came to military strategies and techniques he used

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