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February 9, 2010

What say baais?

srikanth @ 9:30 pm, GMT +0000 ( 1265751009 ) Play

The man on the extreme right in (1) is Enrico Fermi. Given that, connect the rest:


Cracked by Chinmaya U.Holla , Rogi , krudebox , shrik , shenoyvarun86 , udupendra , Raghuvansh , Dibyo , sidsen , Logik , madhur and Gurupad

Answer:

  1. Via Panisperna boys – headed by Enrico Fermi and co, discovered the slow neutron.
  2. The street where they made the discovery, and their name.

12 Responses to “What say baais?”

  1. Chinmaya U.Holla
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    Via Panisperna boys.


  2. Rogi
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    1 is the Via Panisperna boys
    2 is the street in Rome where they discovered slow neutrons and got their name.


  3. krudebox
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    I ragazzi di Via Panisperna
    or the Via Panisperna boys who made the discovery of Slow Neutrons.
    The nickname of the group comes from the address of the Physics Institute, at the University of Rome La Sapienza.


  4. shrik
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    The Via Panisperna boys who discovered slow neutrons, and Via Panisperna, the street from which they take their name.


  5. Beautiful, Beautiful question!
    Panisperna boys Oscar D’Agostino, Emilio Segrè, EdoardoAmaldi, Franco Rasetti, and Enrico Fermi.
    nickname of the group comes from the address of the Physics Institute, at the University of Rome La Sapienza. The street Via Panisperna took the name of a nearby monastery, San Lorenzo in Panisperna.


  6. udupendra
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    The Via Panisperna Boys, and the street Via Panisperna


  7. Raghuvansh
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    Via Panisperna Boys


  8. Dibyo
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    The “Panisperna Boys”: Oscar D’Agostino, Emilio Segrè, EdoardoAmaldi, Franco Rasetti, and Enrico Fermi were a group of scientists that took it’s name from Via Panisperna, which is the address of the Physics Institute, at the University of Rome La Sapienza


  9. sidsen
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    via panisperna boys


  10. Logik
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    The Via Panisperna boys.
    Headed by Enrico Fermi.


  11. madhur
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    1. The “Panisperna Boys”: Oscar D’Agostino, Emilio Segrè, EdoardoAmaldi, Franco Rasetti, and Enrico Fermi

    2. The street Via Panisperna took the name of a nearby monastery, San Lorenzo in Panisperna.

    From Wiki.. Connect: In Rome in 1934, they made the famous discovery of slow neutrons which made later possible the nuclear reactor, and then the construction of the first atomic bomb.


  12. Via Panisperna boys


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