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[2755] Look at the series (O T T F ... - Look at the series (O T T F F S S), determine the pattern, and find the next 3 letters! - #brainteasers - Correct Answers: 30 - The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic
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Look at the series (O T T F ...

Look at the series (O T T F F S S), determine the pattern, and find the next 3 letters!
Correct answers: 30
The first user who solved this task is Djordje Timotijevic.
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Like an olympic sprinter

Three women were sitting around talking about their sex lives.

The first said, “I think my husband’s like a championship golfer. He’s spent the last ten years perfecting his stroke.”

The second woman said, “My husband’s like the winner of the Indy 500. Every time we get into bed he gives me several hundred exciting laps.”

The third woman was silent until she was asked, “Tell us about your husband.”

She thought for a moment and said, “My husband’s like an Olympic sprinter.”

“He’s got his time down to under 11 seconds.”

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Felix Bloch

Born 23 Oct 1905; died 10 Sep 1983 at age 77.Swiss-born American physicist who shared (with independent discoverer, E.M. Purcell) the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1952 for developing the nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) method of measuring the magnetic field of atomic nuclei. He obtained his PhD under Werner Heisenberg in 1928, then taught briefly in Germany, but as a Jew, when Hitler came to power, he left Europe for the USA. Bloch's concept of magnetic neutron polarization (1934) enabled him, in conjunction with L. Alvarez, to measure the neutron's magnetic moment. During WW II he worked on the atomic bomb. Thereafter, Bloch and co-workers developed NMR, now widely used technique in chemistry, biochemistry, and medicine. In 1954 he became the first director of CERN.
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