Fritz Haber was a German chemist who received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1918 for his invention of the Haber–Bosch process, a method used in industry to synthesize ammonia from nitrogen gas and hydrogen gas. This invention is of importance for the large-scale synthesis of fertilizers and explosives.

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  1. Martin Jost

    I've studied in Karlsruhe. There is a Haber-Bosch-reactor set up as memorial of the inentors.(In student slang termed as "Rostpimmel") ) For years the plate just listed the good side. ("bread for the world")
    The students peace group always set up an improvised display of the other part of the person – just to have it removed by the administration again. When I visited now some years ago, the offical plate was renewed – it now explains both sides of the person.

  2. David Bain

    I wonder if Haber had he lived past the holocaust , would he still have said "Death is Death" .There are fanatically ambitious people and good noble people, Nationality has no thing to do with it

  3. Yehoshua Dalven

    He also discovered and encouraged the talent of a young scientist named Albert Einstein, who later wrote him a letter calling him straight forward a 'Monster'.
    Just in case you were missing some irony in his biography…

  4. RosieWilliamOlivia

    Half? Probably more. It's a nice idea to feed the starving but we are not the only species to behave like… locusts destroying everything in our wake to feed our ever growing numbers eventually eating our way to, most likely, mass death?? Very likely I imagine. The chemicals will let us cheat for longer but the food is losing it's nutritional value because the chemicals are destroying the soil and the water and people are getting sicker while the fertility rates are going down and, apparently, doctors aren't sure why. We are at unsustainable numbers and something will eventually snap.

  5. jo morken størseth

    Check out my relative Belle Gunness or Brynhild Størseth which was her real name. She was never caught and her belongings resurfaced after her death of old age. She had been in the police's searchlight one more time after the farm in Laporte, having been suspected of a string of black widow murders, which was her way of making money.. She turned that way from losing a child at very young age after being kicked in the stomach by the child's father. He later died of " stomach caancer" which probably was strychnine poisoning

  6. Ignition [FR] n2

    1:30 – Chapter 1 – Early years
    3:25 – Chapter 2 – Years in academia
    4:20 – Chapter 3 – Bread from air
    6:00 – Chapter 4 – A scientist in war times
    7:30 – Chapter 5 – Death is death
    10:00 – Mid roll ads
    11:20 – Chapter 6 – Clara
    14:35 – Chapter 7 – 05/02/1915
    16:55 – Chapter 8 – A controversial nobel prize
    18:35 – Chapter 9 – Exile
    20:05 – Chapter 10 – Epilogue
    21:50 – Chapter 11 – Legacy

  7. James Gibbs

    Many scientists are interested mostly in getting their ideas to work than the use of the finished idea. That they leave to whomever is employing them. The men working in nuclear physics created both the atomic bomb and nuclear power plants, and likely are equally proud of both.

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