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Ernest Rutherford

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1919 - It is the midst of what they are calling World War One. I recently made a monumental discovery of how to induce a nuclear reaction in a stable element! However, science has become so advanced recently, that I fear bad things could become of it. I hope scientists do not discover how to extract atomic energy before the war is over and man is living at peace with his neighbor, for I fear that by harvesting atomic energy, it could be use to cause mass destruction and bring havoc upon mankind...
1902 to 1907- Macdonald Professor of Experimental Physics, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
1907 - Chair of physics,University of Manchester, Britain
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My partner, Frederick Soddy, and I have just introduces our theory about radioactivity!! Private Message me if you want to learn more...

Shout out to Freddy! Great work mate, I couldn't have done it without you!!
Education
1887 to 1889 - Nelson Collegiate School
1890 to 1894 - Canterbury College in Christchurch, New Zealand
1895 to 1902- University of Cambridge’s Cavendish Laboratory, London
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New Zealand and United Kingdom
Sir Ernest Rutherford
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Physicist and Chemist
Have look at this video of how I discovered the Nucleus, as well as how I achieved Artificial Transmutation!

Ernest Rutherford - Father of Nuclear Physics
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...Chemist and physicist Ernest Rutherford was born August 30, 1871, in Spring Grove, New Zealand. A pioneer of nuclear physics and the first to split the atom...
http://www.biography.com/people/ernest-rutherford-39099
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