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One Giant Molecule

from A History of Chemistry by Charles-Albert Reichen. (NY: Hawthorn Books, 1963)


 

“Our new technologies, combined with our numbers, have made us, collectively, a force of nature.”
—Al Gore, An Inconvenient Truth  New York: Rodale Books, 2006.

 


101. Jimmie J. J. Walker. Child star or not?

102. Raw milk enthusiasts. Predominantly female?

103. Can there be degrees of freedom?

104. Sons of Doctors vs. Sons of Bitches. Winner?

105. WARNING: Carbon Monoxide cannot be seen or smelled but can kill you. What are you gonna do about it?

106. Do Me a Flavor. Yo Addiction. Big Chill. Strawberry Fields. Freshens. Last Licks. Where to go for fro yo?

 

ANSWER KEY:

101. Alfred Nobel

102. Louis Pasteur

103. Josiah Willard Gibbs

104. Marcelin Berthelot

105. Henri Moissan

106. Elie Metchnikov

 

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