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    Who’s That Scientist? – Cartoon Picture Quiz [Answers Will Be Posted Later]



    Link: Who’s That Scientist? – Cartoon Picture Quiz « chayground

    I don't think it is giving much away if I say that 2 is Isaac Newton.

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    No answers yet?

    Here is my attempt

    1. Archimedes
    2. Newton
    3. Marie Curie
    4. Darwin
    5. ?
    6. Ada Lovelace
    7. ?
    8. ?
    9. Florence Nightingale
    10. Alan Turing
    11. ?
    12. ?
    13. Schrödinger
    14. Tesla
    15. ?
    16. Louis Pasteur

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    7 could be Alhazen

    Think 11 is Demitri

    Stumped on the others you missed

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    Agree with you on 11

    Dmitri Mendeleev - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    never heard of Alhazen

    Off I go to wikipedia to learn something...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJonas View Post
    No answers yet?...
    The answers have been posted on the website. I have copied them and posted them below [Highlight to see them]

    1. Archimedes of Syracuse (Rubber Duck)
    2. Isaac Newton (Falling Apple)
    3. Marie Curie (Radioactive Glow)
    4. Charles Darwin (Darwin Fish)
    5. Tycho Brahe (Metal Nose & Moose/Elk Antlers)
    6. Ada Lovelace (Computer Punch Cards)
    7. Alhazen (Pair of Compasses)
    8. Rosalind Franklin (DNA X-Ray Crystallography)
    9. Florence Nightingale (Lamp)
    10. Alan Turing (Poisoned Apple that Possibly Killed Him)
    11. Dmitri Mendeleev (Periodic Table in Pocket)
    12. Hypatia (Scroll)
    13. Erwin Schrödinger (Cat In A Box Thought Experiment)
    14. Nikola Tesla (AC DC Badge/Button)
    15. Mary Anning (Fossil Hammer and Basket)
    16. Louis Pasteur (Pasteurised Milk)

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    its more fun to try and work them out

    5. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tycho_Brahe
    Last edited by JJonas; 19th December 2012 at 10:04 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJonas View Post
    its more fun to try and work them out
    Agreed. That is why I used the highlight colour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJonas View Post
    Agree with you on 11

    Dmitri Mendeleev - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    never heard of Alhazen

    Off I go to wikipedia to learn something...
    The Dark Ages of europe = The Golden Ages of Arabs & Muslims - YouTube is a good watch, Not sure its original source but it looks like a education program about the Arabic golden age that ran alongside the dark ages in europe

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    @JJonas and @LiamH:

    You have correctly identified:

    1. Archimedes of Syracuse (Rubber Duck)
    2. Isaac Newton (Falling Apple)
    3. Marie Curie (Radioactive Glow)
    4. Charles Darwin (Darwin Fish)
    5. Tycho Brahe (Metal Nose & Moose/Elk Antlers)
    6. Ada Lovelace (Computer Punch Cards)
    7. Alhazen (Pair of Compasses)
    8. Rosalind Franklin (DNA X-Ray Crystallography)
    9. Florence Nightingale (Lamp)
    10. Alan Turing (Poisoned Apple that Possibly Killed Him)
    11. Dmitri Mendeleev (Periodic Table in Pocket)
    12. ?
    13. Erwin Schrödinger (Cat In A Box Thought Experiment)
    14. Nikola Tesla (AC DC Badge/Button)
    15. ?
    16. Louis Pasteur (Pasteurised Milk)

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    12 obviously looks roman or greek

    At first i thought it was a man but looking at the faces of the other women they look identical, so it might be a woman, still no idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJonas View Post
    Correct. I have to confess to not being able to solve the last one [Number 12] Had to look at the answer.

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    12. Hypatia of Alexandria ?

    This is a guess obtained through a google search of "greek scientist scroll robe"

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJonas View Post
    12. Hypatia of Alexandria ?

    This is a guess obtained through a google search of "greek scientist scroll robe"
    Correct. All solved.

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