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Mare Curie belongs there?
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Saw a letter of his recently to Marie Curie, in which he told her to pay no mind to all the haters.
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curie (noun)

  • 3.7×1010 decays per second, as a unit of radioactivity. Symbol Ci.
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Curie (proper_noun)

  • , especially referring to and her husband .
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Because yes, Madame Curie got tons of hate for being a woman, being Jewish and how she "probably had a man doing everything for her"...
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"- Marie Curie
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I hope I can Curie this pun thread along.
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"What'd that Curie bitch die from again?"
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It was posted by Marie Curie, a physicist and grandmother, in the year 1881.
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Slow down there Madame Curie.
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Queen Isabelle of Spain, Clara Barton, Betsy Ross, Sacajawea, Marie Curie, Helen Keller, Joan of Arc, Cleopatra, Amelia Earhart, Queen Elizabeth I, Catherine The Great, Queen Victoria..
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Imagine someone like that as the public spokesperson for Marie Curie or an AIDS foundation?
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Sure I'd love my daughter to want to dress up like a suffragette or Marie Curie or some feminist hero like that but it's not her bag.... she's five.
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"And the trumpet sounded, the gates of hell were thrown wide, and a 9000 tonne sky cruiser from the Meitner-Curie works edged through, its sides armored with the scales of the beast, a machine built of steel and the bones of demon lords, and at it's heart a five giga-watt dusty core bottled by lines of magnetism murdered plutonium and from it's back an incandescence of plasma scorched the heavens."
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Pierre Curie died in a traffic accident, not from radiation.
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RIP Marie Curie.
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M'arie Curie
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You can be a solid scientist without playing in the Einstein, Feynman or Curie league.
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You do realize that you can heat up iron to it's curie point, it will no longer be ferromagnetic, right?
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He's certainly no Einstein, or Feynman, or (either) Curie.
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In theory you could heat it above the Curie point, right?
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Marie Curie, chemist and physicist.
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Reading up on Marie Curie is helpful in understanding this.
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I would pay to see Vin Diesel play Marie Curie.
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Marie Curie immediately comes to my mind and her contribution to science was huge.
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Pierre and Marie Curie University is one of their best university.
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Aside from the famous folk from Poland like Marie Curie and Nicolaus Copernicus, my uncle came from the homeland and went to Harvard for math, my dad was an engineer, my cousin is a vet, and I work for the Canadian gov't and am going to be going to law school.
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Curie used to even sleep in it when it was hanging near the top of her cage.
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Ada Lovelace or Marie Curie
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Helen Keller, Anne Frank, Marie Curie
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It's probably also worth noting that he was massively supportive of Marie Curie at a time when others wouldn't take her seriously because she's a woman, so I'm not sure that it's fair to say he treated women unfairly overall (though I appreciate the Lebowski reference).
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The core is way past the curie point of iron to be magnetic..
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Well, if you want to be "famous" and be the next Marie Curie, make sure you make that note to yourself.
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He was good friends and highly supportive of women such as Curie and Noether.
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Marie Curie.
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Meowdame Curie
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Pierre Curie.
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Oh, and Isaac Newton, Lewis Carroll, Einstein, Marie Curie, Mozart, Picasso, van Gogh and Thomas Jefferson.
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Think about it: If I say "Curie", who do you think of; Pierre Curie, or Marie Curie?
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Yes, in this system (an Ising model), the critical temperature is the Curie temperature.
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I tend to hold women and their abilities in mathematics and sciences in high regard (the Apollo missions, Marie Curie, Microsoft's early programming days) as they don't tend to have so much baggage as men do in the dick waving department and what and tend to be more about the accomplishment and furthering of sciences.
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(The temperature at which this happens is called the Curie temperature.)
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I have a dick, so that makes me more logical than Marie Curie!
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Curie is a good one I'd say, she's much more known than her husband, whose name just escaped me again.
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For example, Marie Curie discovered radiation.
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Look at some of the greater writers/thinkers in history - Einstien, Newton, Tesla, Shakespeare, Plato, Marie Curie, Di Vinci, etc.
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They were aware it existed, and Marie Curie had already studied it well, but they were not aware of it's major negative connections with the nuclear bomb until after the bombs were dropped and all of sudden all these people were getting sick in Japan.
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Madame Curie, by her daughter, Eve Curie.
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Marie Curie.
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I don't know much about computer science (chemistry background), but I am fond of the names Rosalind (Franklin) and Irene (Curie).
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