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Nicholas James Vujicic

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1921
1945
2011
Sometime in 2011 Nick Vujicic proposed to his now wife Kanae while they were out on a yacht.
1920's
1910


Nick got married on the 12th of February 2012. His wifes name is Kanae.
2010
Nick's book, 'Life Without Limbs' was Published.
2012
On 13 February 2013, their son Kiyoshi James Vujicic was born
2013
2008
Nick met his wife in 2008 during a surf lesson
2014
Currently he is on a tour around the world, speaking to and motivating others
some of many places that he has been to are colombia. Brazil, africa ect.
March 22, 1868
Born in Morrison Illinois, US

1891
Graduated from Oberlin College
1909
Millikan began a series of experiments to determine the electric charge carried by a single electron
He began by measuring the course of charged water droplets in an electric field
He obtained more precise results in 1910 with his famous oil-drop experiment

Robert left Chicago, he went to the California Institute of Technology
During his time at CIT, Robert took on a study of the radiation that had been detected coming from space.

1923
Robert's work proved some of Einstein's theories of science, and he was widely praised for his effort. In 1923 he was awarded the Nobel Prize.
Robert finally retired. When he left CIT, or CalTech, he had turned it into one of the leading science facilities in the country.
December 19, 1953
Robert A. Millikan died in California
Robert Andrews Millikan
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