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The awarding of the Nobel Prize transfers the scientist to the category of revered, deified and untouchable. This process of canonization even during his lifetime overtook even the church, where they canonize only after death. Can the existence of the Nobel Prizes be considered beneficial to all of us?
In the next 10 minutes, you will receive comprehensive information about the Nobel Prize, which has become a symbol of the highest recognition of services to society. Dynamite Alfred Nobel - the third son of Emmanuel Nobel was born in 1833.
His father moved to St. Petersburg in 1842, where he started developing torpedoes. In 1859, the second son, Ludwig Nobel, began to do this. Alfred, forced to return to Sweden with his father after the bankruptcy of a family business, devoted himself to the study of explosives, especially the safe production and use of nitroglycerin. Thus, the entire Nobel family gravitated towards the manufacture of weapons.
A significant fortune has been accumulated from the production of dynamite and other explosives and from the development of the oil fields of Baku under the management of the Nobel Brothers Partnership.
The last years of Alfred Nobel's life were marked by a number of scandals, in the press he was called "a millionaire on blood", "explosive death merchant", "dynamite king".
In 1888 (eight years before his real death), an erroneous publication of Nobel's obituary appeared in one of the French newspapers (newspapermen confused Alfred with his older brother Ludwig) with censure of the invention of dynamite. It is believed that it was this event that pushed Nobel to the decision to establish the prize, so as not to remain in the memory of mankind as a "villain of the world scale."
In November 1895, in Paris, Alfred Nobel signed a will, according to which most of his fortune was to go to the Nobel Prize Fund. In his will, Alfred Nobel stated his will as follows: to award prizes to those who have brought the greatest benefit to mankind on a percentage of his capital. The prizes were supposed to be awarded in five areas: medicine, physics, chemistry, literature and peacemaking. Mendeleev
In 1880, Dmitry Ivanovich Mendeleev publicly clashed with Ludwig Nobel, the owner of a mechanical plant in St. Petersburg and the head of the Nobel Brothers oil partnership, the largest producer of kerosene in Russia. In this production, gasoline and heavy residues were considered useless waste and destroyed. And Mendeleev proposed to turn these waste residues into oils, which are three to four times more expensive than kerosene.
This dealt a blow to the Nobel oil empire, as their Russian rivals could successfully compete with them.The Russian industrialist Rogozin supported Mendeleev in the discussion with Nobel and, in accordance with the scientist's recommendations, began to completely process oil at the plant built on the Volga, obtaining from it, in addition to kerosene, good quality lubricating oils. Dmitry Ivanovich Mendeleev three times - in 1905, 1906, and 1907 - was nominated for the Nobel Prize, and not from the Russian, but from the Swedish Academy of Sciences, of which he was also a member. But the prize was not awarded to him on the pretext that the discovery of the Periodic Law had been made by him long ago.
You can learn about how the periodic table was falsified from our past video, but as for the Nobel objectivity - even then it was clear to many that the prize was just a tool for certain purposes. Objectivity Let's start with the most striking cases.
The prize was awarded to the destroyer of the Soviet Sozu, Mikhail Gorbachev, who is now favored by his Western friends in every possible way - in the West he is being treated and fed by giving lectures, the theme of which should sound like this: "How I destroyed the Soviet Union." The motives for awarding the Nobel Peace Prize to the president of the most belligerent state in the world, the United States, Barack Obama, have become mysterious to the public. The wording of his merits by the Nobel Committee is shocking: "For extraordinary efforts in strengthening international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples."