01 "Never, never, never, never give up." 永远，永远，永远，永远都不要放弃。
02 "The whole history of the world is summed up in the fact that, when nations are strong, they are not always just, and when they wish to be just, they are no longer strong." 世界历史可以总结为：当一个国家强大的时候，它并不总是公正的。而当它试图去变得公正时，它就不再强大。
03 "Courage is going from failure to failure without losing enthusiasm." 勇气就是不断失败，而不丧失热情。 04 "This is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning." 这不是结束，这甚至不是结束的开始。
但，这可能是开始的结束。 05 "I like a man who grins when he fights." 我喜欢微笑着战斗的人。
06 "True genius resides in the capacity for evaluation of uncertain, hazardous, and conflicting information." 真正的才华体现在对未知、危险和矛盾的信息的判断之中。 07 "Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak; courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen." 站起来说话需要勇气，坐下倾听同样需要。
08 "Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference." 态度是小事，但能造成很大区别。 09"We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give." 我们靠获得的东西生存，但我们靠给予的东西生活。
10 "A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty." 悲观主义者从每个机遇中看到困难，乐。
Wu Jianxiong, a female Chinese-American physicist, was born in Taicang County, Jiangsu Province on May 31st, 1912. She went to the USA for further education in 1936. Four years later, she go姬础灌飞弑读鬼嫂邯讥t the doctor's degree in California University. After that she received lots of doctor's degrees in many famous universities in the USA. She devoted her life to her research in physics and won many prizes in the USA and all around the world. She had paid much attention to the development of science and technology in China, and she had been back to hold lectures many times since 1973. She set up a laboratory under her name in Dongnan University in 1992. On February 16th, 1997, she died of heart disease。
Thomas Edison lived from 1847 to 1931; he is most famous for inventing the light bulb. Benjamin Franklin lived from 1706 to 1790, and he is credited with discovering electricity.
Both men were inventors, and both were born in the United States. As children, both Franklin and Edison had limited schooling.
Both inventors are said to have self-taught themselves mostly through their love of reading.
Franklin and Edison were both interested in electricity, and I think they would have had a lot to talk about if they had ever met face-to-face.
They were different too though. They lived in very different times. While Benjamin Franklin discovered electricity. Edison's inventions and discoveries all required electrical currents: light bulbs, microphones, phonographs, fluoroscopes, etc.
伟大的科学家爱迪生：One of the most famous and prolific inventors of all time, Thomas Alva Edison exerted a tremendous influence on modern life, contributing inventions such as the incandescent light bulb, the phonograph, and the motion picture camera, as well as improving the telegraph and telephone. In his 84 years, he acquired an astounding 1,093 patents. Aside from being an inventor, Edison also managed to become a successful manufacturer and businessman, marketing his inventions to the public. A myriad of business liaisons, partnerships, and corporations filled Edison's life, and legal battles over various patents and corporations were continuous. The following is only a brief sketch of an enormously active and complex life full of projects often occurring simultaneously. Several excellent biographies are readily available in local libraries to those who wish to learn more about the particulars of his life and many business ventures.。
Wu Jianxiong, a female Chinese-American physicist, was born in Taicang County, Jiangsu Province on May 31st, 1912. She went to the USA for further education in 1936. Four years later, she got the doctor's degree in California University. After that she received lots of doctor's degrees in many famous universities in the USA. She devoted her life to her research in physics and won many prizes in the USA and all around the world. She had paid much attention to the development of science and technology in China, and she had been back to hold lectures many times since 1973. She set up a laboratory under her name in Dongnan University in 1992. On February 16th, 1997, she died of heart disease.
Newton was a great scientist. He was born in 1643 and died in 1727. He was born into a farmer's family. His father died a few months before his birth. He once studied in the 31 college of Cambidge University. He made a lot of discoveries, including the law of gravity. He was one of the most important figures in the history of science. He made great contributions to the world ,so we will respect him forever.自己写的，希望能帮到你~。
my mother told me about the stars and the moon, which makes the sky I had a great interest. I grew up a little later after I look at the China Youth Science and Technology Exhibition. Later, I used binoculars to observe the sky, I have more understanding of the sky. I have made a seminar of young scientists. Eventually, I became a scientist.。
In ancient times, many people believed the earth was a flat disc. Well over 2,000 years ago; the ancient Greek philosophers were able to put forward two good arguments proving that it was not. Direct observations of heavenly bodies were the basis of both these arguments. First, the Greeks knew that during eclipses of the moon the earth was between the sun and the moon, and they saw that during these eclipses, the earth's shadow on the moon was always round, they realized that this could be true only if the earth was spherical, If the earth was a flat disc, then its shadow during eclipses would not be a perfect circle; it would be stretched out into a long ellipse. The second argument was based on what the Greeks saw during their travels. They noticed that the North Star, or Polaris, appeared lower in the sky when they traveled south, in the more northerly regions, the North Star appeared to them to be much higher in the sky. By the way, it was also from this difference in the apparent position of the North Star that the Greeks first calculated the approximate distance around the circumference of the earth, a figure recorded in ancient documents says 400.000 stadium, that's the plural of the world stadium. Today, it's not known exactly what length one stadium represents, but let's say it was about 200 meters, the length of many athletic stadiums. This would make the Greeks estimate about twice the figure accepted today, a very good estimate for those writing so long before even the first telescope was invented.。
《Scientist》In our long history,had many scientists,they made many achievements and made our life more and more comfortable and convenient.But their also lost many things,such as the families,love and even life.So we are very thanks their.♂/♀。