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Old 08-22-2010, 01:37 PM   #81
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I am pretty sure that bringing home the troops was to get the hippies that don't understand that some people just need to get shot's vote. But he did say it.
He never said it when talking about Afghanistan. If you go over speeches, there are times when he specifically excluded it from the discussion (his Springfield speech announcing his candidacy, for example), but welcome to politics. No one is going to cheer when you talk about more troops dying.

The shell game being played is the most pathetic part. The last "combat troops" came home, horray! ....wait, why is there still 50,000 troops there?
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um... Afghanistan Iraq. Where did this Iraq stuff come from? Braineak and I are talking about afghanistan, bud.
Sorry, that was a slip and I meant Afghanistan. The original quote I replied to claimed he said he would pull the troops out.
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This has nothing to do with what is being discussed.
I was correcting an incorrect statement. I am well aware it has nothing to do with the topic, but you should address the person who brought it up instead of me.
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When you first made that that quote, you were showing that verses in the bible can be as violent as a verse in the qur'an. Now after I replied, you are showing that out of context quotes don't mean anything?
Do you think I actually believe either religion is a violent religion? No, but there are idiots all over the place that misinterpret things for their agenda.
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Actually, there is one religion namely "christianity" that does not condone killing non-believers. There may be others but I am not up to speed of all the religions of the world.
Hmm... ever heard of the Crusades? Yes, the modern day Vatacan does not endorse violence (Pope John Paul II spoke against the Iraq war in 2003, for example) but it still shows it can happen.
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And please, can we keep this down to 1, maybe 2 points? I am a lazy adolescent and don't want to quote a million points.
By nature, a discussion like this diverges into multiple discussions. Address the ones you want, I'm not going to say anything.
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his timetable for Afghanistan is July 2011, but I cannot find the speech, only references to it. He's sent many more troops to the region in the meantime.
Um, the timetable for the draw down of troops to BEGIN in July 2011 and considering that date is... a year away, I think it's a little early to be claiming he's not going to do it. It's your prerogative but generally I wait for someone to actually not do something before I call them out for not doing it.

Obama's position has always been that Afghanistan is the proper front of the war on terror. I've had this debate numerous times with people who ignorantly believed he ever spoke about ending the war in Afghanistan and have never seen a shred of evidence to support it. I also followed the campaign quite closely and I know the general stances of the candidates so I don't see why he ever would of said that.
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and -10 on banning all religion. Aren't you all the pot calling the kettle black. Who are you to say your belief system is more "correct" than theirs? All religion is is a way for people to be indoctrinated with a belief system so they don't go crazy living each day knowing that this is it. There's always a crowd that takes everything to the extreme, but the idea of people adhering to a moral belief system is nothing to be judgmental about. Just disagree with them and leave it at that. They have every unalienable right to believe as they please. Are you going to force them to eat Solent Green as well?
I agree on this 100% but at the same time I would love to see a world free of religion (by choice, not force). It's not realistic, but it would alleviate so many problems.
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I think banning gov't would be better.
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If allowing the mosque to be built there is about tolerance...then I can think of a few fitting establishments to place next door to further promote tolerance (these ideas are borrowed):

-gay nightclub called "The Turban Cowboy" or "You Mecca Me Hot"
-BBQ joint specializing in pork ribs
-gay strip club called "Suspicious Packages"


oop...found this while googling these

http://www.mediaite.com/tv/greg-gutf...lamic-gay-men/


Awesome.
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Old 08-24-2010, 03:47 PM   #84
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Have I missed the simplest solution? Let them build it... then religious zealots provide funds to some other religious zealots so they can have one of their children strap on an explosive vest and waddle into the Islamic center....

Oh wait... sorry... wrong place and time.
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In my parents area a **** shop took set up shop in a very prominent location in town. Citizens of that town were unhappy with a huge **** shop in the middle of town and pressured them out, IIRC, they were paid a handsome reward to close up shop and move to a different location hidden away from public view. This happens every day...so again, what's the problem? The **** shop has absolutely every right to operate in that location, and people have every right to be upset with it being there. So what did they do? made a compromise; the **** shop found it beneficial to take a payment of cash and simply move shop, and a the citizens of said town were happy to buy **** in seclusion again.

so, is everyone that opposed the **** shop bigots and fascists? I mean, this is a true story...our town is intolerant of porno shacks.
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Because you could never find quotes like that in the bible:
I don't like your fairy tale bible or your fairy god, but the Christians managed to avoid blowing-up non-believers for the most part decade/century. Unfortunately Muslims have an annoying tenancy to decapitate, blow-up, and fly airplanes into buildings. The Christians also know how to take a joke and don't threaten to blow up Comedy Central when someone belittles them in a cartoon. You can either resist the urge to fashionably cow to the Muslim inquisition through "accommodation," or your wife can hope for revolution after you lock her in a cage when she's disobedient. I'm sure Elena Kagan will agree the Constitution should change with the times and after she disarms half of us, the Shah of North America can amend the US Constitution for Sharia.
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tolerance and apathy are the signs of a dying society- socrates, plato, one of those guys
it really does make me sick, however im glad i can vent about **** like this here, whereas i got banned from mx5atlanta for this kind of **** (jack the liberal)
i was born in Norway, and the same Islamic nationalism swineshit is taking place all over and the rest of Scandinavia too. It disturbs me how we (the citizens) of prominent nations- naturalized or birth, have become the group that gets walked upon, and told it's "racist" if we dare disagree. The problem with liberal-media run society is that for years they have brainwashed (succesfully) masses of American, White, Anglo-Saxon, European, Catholic, Protestant, etc.. into believing we're indebted (sp?) to all these other ungrateful ****-stirrers that come to OUR countries just to burn our flags, disrespect our soldiers, etc, the list goes on. Although I'm not religous and agree with Hustler, I think without a doubt a great war is inevetable (sp?) that will make WW2 look like a trailer park spat. but thats my 0.0158040 Euros
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**** hitler killed the ******* jews and he ws christian so I don't want any ******* christian **** up in my neighborhood. **** you.
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**** hitler killed the ******* jews and he ws christian so I don't want any ******* christian **** up in my neighborhood. **** you.


1-Hitler was not a Christian- because he was raised in a Christian environment, nation, etc... doesn't mean ****. He was far from a practitioner of it
2-He believed in mystics, fortune tellers, and mandrake roots
3-Himmler was more of the leader of the Final Solution
4-Look up Wewelsburg Castle, this is where Himmler and his highest SS officers performed all kinds of rituals, and ancient Norse rites (including talking to ancients, Gods, past lives, etc....)

doesn't sound too Christian to me
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"barfing effect"
Racist much, you "prominent" fucknut?
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Racist much, you "prominent" fucknut?
aww im sorry swine did i hurt your feelings?
you act like callin me racist hurts my feelings
******* gypsy


*but thanks for playing and doing exactly what I'm speaking about along with the rest of your pedophile worshipping brethren, you helped me prove my point all too easy. psh silly turk

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Oh great...I love this:

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/08/21/wo...ef=scott_shane

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I know people in this debate don’t intend it, but there are consequences for these kinds of remarks (against the center)

Yeah, people, we have something called the 1st Amendment over here...we can question and critique anything and everything publicly. Coincidentally this same amendment allows freedom to practice your own religion, but that doesn't mean we can't pick on you, or won't ask you to be sensitive to others in the way you practice.

Consequences my ***...send some Muslim terrorists my way and see what happens...

This is exactly how terror works. They want to scare us into submission. "Shh...don't say anything...it'll make them mad."
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In Old Towne Alexandria, A local business owner wanted to expand his fishing & hardware store but Alexandria's Board of Architectural Review rejected his construction plans. Since business was in a historical area, the preservationist community was against him making changes.

Bigots?

In spite, the store owner purchased a 25 year lease on his location and converted his business to an Adult Novelty Store, "La Tache"

Bigot?
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tolerance and apathy are the signs of a dying society- socrates, plato, one of those guys
it really does make me sick, however im glad i can vent about **** like this here, whereas i got banned from mx5atlanta for this kind of **** (jack the liberal)
i was born in Norway, and the same Islamic nationalism swineshit is taking place all over and the rest of Scandinavia too. It disturbs me how we (the citizens) of prominent nations- naturalized or birth, have become the group that gets walked upon, and told it's "racist" if we dare disagree. The problem with liberal-media run society is that for years they have brainwashed (succesfully) masses of American, White, Anglo-Saxon, European, Catholic, Protestant, etc.. into believing we're indebted (sp?) to all these other ungrateful ****-stirrers that come to OUR countries just to burn our flags, disrespect our soldiers, etc, the list goes on. Although I'm not religous and agree with Hustler, I think without a doubt a great war is inevetable (sp?) that will make WW2 look like a trailer park spat. but thats my 0.0158040 Euros
From the horses mouth, a man in Europe who's experiencing the adverse effects of forced accommodation.
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Oh, here comes the great and incredibly prominent norwegian race, with all their accomplishments, success, and service to humanity!
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Of course that's all you can say you ignorant ----. Norwegian isn't a race, and yes it happens to be a very prominent nation, hence all your turk cousins like to migrate there in droves. So how about you oh holy pinnacle of all intelligence; what the hell is turkey anyway? One day they claim european nationality, then when they don't like the way **** goes down, you become an arab nation for a while? Lol identity crisis much. But glad to know I got under your skin enough to have you getting all upset and flustered that all you bring is insults to the table. Its been fun
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Norway

1. Finn E. Kydland, Economics, 2004
2. Trygve Haavelmo, Economics, 1989
3. Ivar Giaever, Physics, 1973
4. Ragnar Anton Kittil Frisch, Economics, 1969
5. Odd Hassel, Chemistry, 1969
6. Lars Onsager, Chemistry, 1968
7. Sigrid Undset, Literature, 1928
8. Fridtjof Nansen, Peace, 1922
9. Christian Lous Lange, Peace, 1921
10. Knut Hamsun, Literature, 1920
11. Bjřrnstjerne Bjřrnson, Literature, 1903


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1. Orhan Pamuk, Literature, 2006
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3. Barack Obama, Peace, 2009
4. Thomas A. Steitz, Chemistry, 2009
5. Willard S. Boyle, born in Canada, Physics, 2009
6. George E. Smith, Physics, 2009
7. Elizabeth Blackburn, born in Australia, Physiology or Medicine, 2009
8. Carol W. Greider, Physiology or Medicine, 2009
9. Jack W. Szostak, born in United Kingdom, Physiology or Medicine, 2009
10. Paul Krugman, Economics, 2008
11. Roger Yonchien Tsien, Chemistry, 2008
12. Martin Chalfie, Chemistry, 2008
13. Osamu Shimomura, born in Japan, Chemistry, 2008
14. Yoichiro Nambu, born in Japan, Physics, 2008
15. Leonid Hurwicz, born in Russia, Economics, 2007
16. Eric S. Maskin, Economics, 2007
17. Roger B. Myerson, Economics, 2007
18. Al Gore, Peace, 2007
19. Mario R. Capecchi, born in Italy, Physiology or Medicine, 2007
20. Oliver Smithies, born in United Kingdom, Physiology or Medicine, 2007
21. Roger D. Kornberg, Chemistry, 2006
22. John C. Mather, Physics, 2006
23. Edmund S. Phelps, Economics, 2006
24. George F. Smoot, Physics, 2006
25. Andrew Z. Fire, Physiology or Medicine, 2006
26. Craig C. Mello, Physiology or Medicine, 2006
27. Robert Aumann, born in Germany, Economics, 2005
28. Robert H. Grubbs, Chemistry, 2005
29. Richard R. Schrock, Chemistry, 2005
30. Thomas Schelling, Economics, 2005
31. John L. Hall, Physics, 2005
32. Roy J. Glauber, Physics, 2005
33. Irwin Rose, Chemistry, 2004
34. Edward C. Prescott, Economics, 2004
35. David J. Gross, Physics, 2004
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45. Alexei A. Abrikosov, born in Russia, Physics, 2003
46. Daniel Kahneman, born in Israel, Economics, 2002
47. Vernon L. Smith, Economics, 2002
48. Jimmy Carter, Peace, 2002
49. Raymond Davis Jr., Physics, 2002
50. Riccardo Giacconi, born in Italy, Physics, 2002
51. Sydney Brenner, born in South Africa, Physiology or Medicine, 2002
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56. George A. Akerlof, Economics, 2001
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58. Eric A. Cornell, Physics, 2001
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60. Leland H. Hartwell, Physiology or Medicine, 2001
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62. Alan MacDiarmid, born in New Zealand, Chemistry, 2000
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68. Ahmed H. Zewail, born in Egypt, Chemistry, 1999
69. Günter Blobel, born in Germany, Physiology or Medicine, 1999
70. Walter Kohn, born in Austria, Chemistry, 1998
71. Robert B. Laughlin, Physics, 1998
72. Daniel C. Tsui, born in China, Physics, 1998
73. Robert F. Furchgott, Physiology or Medicine, 1998
74. Louis J. Ignarro, Physiology or Medicine, 1998
75. Ferid Murad, Physiology or Medicine, 1998
76. Paul D. Boyer, Chemistry, 1997
77. Robert C. Merton, Economics, 1997
78. Myron Scholes, born in Canada, Economics, 1997
79. Jody Williams, Peace, 1997
80. Steven Chu, Physics, 1997
81. William D. Phillips, Physics, 1997
82. Stanley B. Prusiner, Physiology or Medicine, 1997
83. Richard E. Smalley, Chemistry, 1996
84. Robert F. Curl Jr., Chemistry, 1996
85. William Vickrey, born in Canada, Economics, 1996
86. David M. Lee, Physics, 1996
87. Douglas D. Osheroff, Physics, 1996
88. Robert C. Richardson, Physics, 1996
89. Mario J. Molina, born in Mexico, Chemistry, 1995
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91. Robert Lucas, Jr., Economics, 1995
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95. Eric F. Wieschaus, Physiology or Medicine, 1995
96. George Andrew Olah, born in Hungary, Chemistry, 1994
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102. Kary B. Mullis, Chemistry, 1993
103. Robert W. Fogel, Economics, 1993
104. Douglass C. North, Economics, 1993
105. Toni Morrison, Literature, 1993
106. Russell A. Hulse, Physics, 1993
107. Joseph H. Taylor Jr., Physics, 1993
108. Phillip A. Sharp, Physiology or Medicine, 1993
109. Rudolph A. Marcus, Chemistry, 1992
110. Gary S. Becker, Economics, 1992
111. Edmond H. Fischer, born in China, Physiology or Medicine, 1992
112. Edwin G. Krebs, Physiology or Medicine, 1992
113. Elias James Corey, Chemistry, 1990
114. Merton H. Miller, Economics, 1990
115. William F. Sharpe, Economics, 1990
116. Harry M. Markowitz, Economics, 1990
117. Jerome I. Friedman, Physics, 1990
118. Henry W. Kendall, Physics, 1990
119. Joseph E. Murray, Physiology or Medicine, 1990
120. E. Donnall Thomas, Physiology or Medicine, 1990
121. Sidney Altman, born in Canada, Chemistry, 1989
122. Thomas R. Cech, Chemistry, 1989
123. Hans G. Dehmelt, born in Germany, Physics, 1989
124. Norman F. Ramsey, Physics, 1989
125. J. Michael Bishop, Physiology or Medicine, 1989
126. Harold E. Varmus, Physiology or Medicine, 1989
127. Leon M. Lederman, Physics, 1988
128. Melvin Schwartz, Physics, 1988
129. Jack Steinberger, born in Germany, Physics, 1988
130. Gertrude B. Elion, Physiology or Medicine, 1988
131. George H. Hitchings, Physiology or Medicine, 1988
132. Charles J. Pedersen, born in Korea, Chemistry, 1987
133. Donald J. Cram, Chemistry, 1987
134. Robert M. Solow, Economics, 1987
135. Joseph Brodsky, born in Russia, Literature, 1987
136. Dudley R. Herschbach, Chemistry, 1986
137. Yuan T. Lee, born in Taiwan, Chemistry, 1986
138. James M. Buchanan, Economics, 1986
139. Elie Wiesel, born in Romania, Peace, 1986
140. Stanley Cohen, Physiology or Medicine, 1986
141. Rita Levi-Montalcini, born in Italy, Physiology or Medicine, 1986
142. Jerome Karle, Chemistry, 1985
143. Herbert A. Hauptman, Chemistry, 1985
144. Franco Modigliani, born in Italy, Economics, 1985
145. Michael S. Brown, Physiology or Medicine, 1985
146. Joseph L. Goldstein, Physiology or Medicine, 1985
147. Bruce Merrifield, Chemistry, 1984
148. Henry Taube, born in Canada, Chemistry, 1983
149. Gerard Debreu, born in France, Economics, 1983
150. Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar, born in India, Physics, 1983
151. William A. Fowler, Physics, 1983
152. Barbara McClintock, Physiology or Medicine, 1983
153. George J. Stigler, Economics, 1982
154. Kenneth G. Wilson, Physics, 1982
155. Roald Hoffmann, born in Poland, Chemistry, 1981
156. James Tobin, Economics, 1981
157. Nicolaas Bloembergen, born in the Netherlands, Physics, 1981
158. Arthur L. Schawlow, Physics, 1981
159. David H. Hubel, born in Canada, Physiology or Medicine, 1981
160. Roger W. Sperry, Physiology or Medicine, 1981
161. Walter Gilbert, Chemistry, 1980
162. Paul Berg, Chemistry, 1980
163. Lawrence R. Klein, Economics, 1980
164. Czesław Miłosz, born in then Russian Empire, now Lithuania, Literature, 1980
165. James Cronin, Physics, 1980
166. Val Fitch, Physics, 1980
167. Baruj Benacerraf, born in Venezuela, Physiology or Medicine, 1980
168. George D. Snell, Physiology or Medicine, 1980
169. Herbert C. Brown, Chemistry, 1979
170. Theodore Schultz, Economics, 1979
171. Steven Weinberg, Physics, 1979
172. Sheldon Glashow, Physics, 1979
173. Allan M. Cormack, born in South Africa, Physiology or Medicine, 1979
174. Herbert A. Simon, Economics, 1978
175. Isaac Bashevis Singer, born in Poland, Literature, 1978
176. Robert Woodrow Wilson, Physics, 1978
177. Arno Penzias, born in Germany, Physics, 1978
178. Hamilton O. Smith, Physiology or Medicine, 1978
179. Daniel Nathans, Physiology or Medicine, 1978
180. Philip Anderson, Physics, 1977
181. John H. van Vleck, Physics, 1977
182. Roger Guillemin, born in France, Physiology or Medicine, 1977
183. Andrzej W. Schally, born in Poland, Physiology or Medicine, 1977
184. Rosalyn Yalow, Physiology or Medicine, 1977
185. William Lipscomb, Chemistry, 1976
186. Milton Friedman, Economics, 1976
187. Saul Bellow, born in Canada, Literature, 1976
188. Burton Richter, Physics, 1976
189. Samuel C. C. Ting, Physics, 1976
190. Baruch S. Blumberg, Physiology or Medicine, 1976
191. Daniel Carleton Gajdusek, Physiology or Medicine, 1976
192. Tjalling C. Koopmans, born in the Netherlands, Economics, 1975
193. Ben R. Mottelson*, Physics, 1975
194. James Rainwater, Physics, 1975
195. David Baltimore, Physiology or Medicine, 1975
196. Renato Dulbecco, born in Italy, Physiology or Medicine, 1975
197. Howard Martin Temin, Physiology or Medicine, 1975
198. Paul J. Flory, Chemistry, 1974
199. George E. Palade, born in Romania, Physiology or Medicine, 1974
200. Wassily Leontief, born in Germany, Economics, 1973
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201. Henry Kissinger, born in Germany, Peace, 1973
202. Ivar Giaever, Norway, Physics, 1973
203. Christian Anfinsen, Chemistry, 1972
204. Stanford Moore, Chemistry, 1972
205. William H. Stein, Chemistry, 1972
206. Kenneth J. Arrow, Economics, 1972
207. John Bardeen, Physics 1972
208. Leon N. Cooper, Physics 1972
209. Robert Schrieffer, Physics 1972
210. Gerald Edelman, Physiology or Medicine, 1972
211. Simon Kuznets, born in then Russia, now Belarus, Economics, 1971
212. Earl W. Sutherland Jr., Physiology or Medicine, 1971
213. Paul A. Samuelson, Economics, 1970
214. Norman Borlaug, Peace, 1970
215. Julius Axelrod, Physiology or Medicine, 1970
216. Murray Gell-Mann, Physics, 1969
217. Max Delbrück, born in Germany, Physiology or Medicine, 1969
218. Alfred Hershey, Physiology or Medicine, 1969
219. Salvador Luria, born in Italy, Physiology or Medicine, 1969
220. Lars Onsager, born in Norway, Chemistry, 1968
221. Luis Alvarez, Physics, 1968
222. Robert W. Holley, Physiology or Medicine, 1968
223. Har Gobind Khorana, born in India, Physiology or Medicine, 1968
224. Marshall Warren Nirenberg, Physiology or Medicine, 1968
225. Hans Bethe, born in Germany, Physics, 1967
226. Haldan Keffer Hartline, Physiology or Medicine, 1967
227. George Wald, Physiology or Medicine, 1967
228. Robert S. Mulliken, Chemistry, 1966
229. Charles B. Huggins, born in Canada, Physiology or Medicine, 1966
230. Francis Peyton Rous, Physiology or Medicine, 1966
231. Robert B. Woodward, Chemistry, 1965
232. Richard P. Feynman, Physics, 1965
233. Julian Schwinger, Physics, 1965
234. Martin Luther King, Jr., Peace, 1964
235. Charles H. Townes, Physics, 1964
236. Konrad Bloch, born in Germany, Physiology or Medicine, 1964
237. Maria Goeppert-Mayer, born in Germany, Physics, 1963
238. Eugene Wigner, born in Hungary, Physics, 1963
239. John Steinbeck, Literature, 1962
240. Linus C. Pauling, Peace, 1962
241. James D. Watson, Physiology or Medicine, 1962
242. Melvin Calvin, Chemistry, 1961
243. Robert Hofstadter, Physics, 1961
244. Georg von Békésy, born in Hungary, Physiology or Medicine, 1961
245. Willard F. Libby, Chemistry, 1960
246. Donald A. Glaser, Physics, 1960
247. Owen Chamberlain, Physics, 1959
248. Emilio Segrč, born in Italy, Physics, 1959
249. Arthur Kornberg, Physiology or Medicine, 1959
250. Severo Ochoa, born in Spain, Physiology or Medicine, 1959
251. George Beadle, Physiology or Medicine, 1958
252. Joshua Lederberg, Physiology or Medicine, 1958
253. Edward Tatum, Physiology or Medicine, 1958
254. Chen Ning Yang, born in China, Physics, 1957
255. Tsung-Dao Lee, born in China, Physics, 1957
256. William B. Shockley, Physics, 1956
257. John Bardeen, Physics, 1956
258. Walter H. Brattain, Physics, 1956
259. Dickinson W. Richards, Physiology or Medicine, 1956
260. André F. Cournand, France, Physiology or Medicine, 1956
261. Vincent du Vigneaud, Chemistry, 1955
262. Willis E. Lamb, Physics, 1955
263. Polykarp Kusch, born in Germany, Physics, 1955
264. Linus C. Pauling, Chemistry, 1954
265. Ernest Hemingway, Literature, 1954
266. John F. Enders, Physiology or Medicine, 1954
267. Frederick C. Robbins, Physiology or Medicine, 1954
268. Thomas H. Weller, Physiology or Medicine, 1954
269. George C. Marshall, Peace, 1953
270. Fritz Lipmann, born in then Germany, now Russia, Physiology or Medicine, 1953
271. E. M. Purcell, Physics, 1952
272. Felix Bloch, born in Switzerland, Physics, 1952
273. Selman A. Waksman, born in then Russian Empire, now Ukraine, Physiology or Medicine, 1952
274. Edwin M. McMillan, Chemistry, 1951
275. Glenn Theodore Seaborg, Chemistry, 1951
276. Ralph J. Bunche, Peace, 1950
277. Philip S. Hench, Physiology or Medicine, 1950
278. Edward C. Kendall, Physiology or Medicine, 1950
279. William Giauque, born in Canada, Chemistry, 1949
280. William Faulkner, Literature, 1949
281. T. S. Eliot*, Literature, 1948
282. American Friends Service Committee (The Quakers), Peace, 1947
283. Carl Cori, born in Austria, Physiology or Medicine, 1947
284. Gerty Cori, born in Austria, Physiology or Medicine, 1947
285. Wendell M. Stanley, Chemistry, 1946
286. James B. Sumner, Chemistry, 1946
287. John H. Northrop, Chemistry, 1946
288. Emily G. Balch, Peace, 1946
289. John R. Mott, Peace, 1946
290. Percy W. Bridgman, Physics, 1946
291. Hermann J. Muller, Physiology or Medicine, 1946
292. Cordell Hull, Peace, 1945
293. Isidor Isaac Rabi, born in Austria, Physics, 1944
294. Joseph Erlanger, Physiology or Medicine, 1944
295. Herbert S. Gasser, Physiology or Medicine, 1944
296. Otto Stern, born in Germany, Physics, 1943
297. Edward A. Doisy, Physiology or Medicine, 1943
298. Ernest Lawrence, Physics, 1939
299. Pearl S. Buck, Literature, 1938
300. Clinton Davisson, Physics, 1937
301. Eugene O'Neill, Literature, 1936
302. Carl Anderson, Physics, 1936
303. Harold C. Urey, Chemistry, 1934
304. George R. Minot, Physiology or Medicine, 1934
305. William P. Murphy, Physiology or Medicine, 1934
306. George H. Whipple, Physiology or Medicine, 1934
307. Thomas H. Morgan, Physiology or Medicine, 1933
308. Irving Langmuir, Chemistry, 1932
309. Jane Addams, Peace, 1931
310. Nicholas M. Butler, Peace, 1931
311. Sinclair Lewis, Literature, 1930
312. Frank B. Kellogg, Peace, 1929
313. Arthur H. Compton, Physics, 1927
314. Charles G. Dawes, Peace, 1925
315. Robert A. Millikan, Physics, 1923
316. Woodrow Wilson, Peace, 1919
317. Theodore W. Richards, Chemistry, 1914
318. Elihu Root, Peace, 1912
319. Albert A. Michelson, born in Germany, Physics, 1907
320. Theodore Roosevelt, Peace, 1906
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