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ROBOT "Eric" with its builder Alan Herbert Reffel, mechanical engineer was designed by Captain William H. Richards in 1928 to deliver the opening address at the Exhibition of the Society of Model Engineers in London whose direction was the same Captain Richards. In reference to the sci-fi drama by Karel Capek (1890-1938) "RUR" (Rossumovi univerzàlnì robotics) "Rossum's Universal Robots" published in 1920, its builder poses an acronym RUR, such as metal logo on his creature, as it was was produced in the factory of Rossum imaginary. In reality, creatures of the novel replicants were made with biological material and non-mechanical, however, the Czech writer, first coined the term "robot" comes from a term that was used in the Czechoslovak and later still to define the slave android mechanic. Photography, London, September 1928  ©Fototeca Gilardi / akg-images / The Image Works
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ROBOT "Eric" with its builder Alan Herbert Reffel, mechanical engineer was designed by Captain William H. Richards in 1928 to deliver the opening address at the Exhibition of the Society of Model Engineers in London whose direction was the same Captain Richards. In reference to the sci-fi drama by Karel Capek (1890-1938) "RUR" (Rossumovi univerzàlnì robotics) "Rossum's Universal Robots" published in 1920, its builder poses an acronym RUR, such as metal logo on his creature, as it was was produced in the factory of Rossum imaginary. In reality, creatures of the novel replicants were made with biological material and non-mechanical, however, the Czech writer, first coined the term "robot" comes from a term that was used in the Czechoslovak and later still to define the slave android mechanic. Photography, London, September 1928 ©Fototeca Gilardi / akg-images / The Image Works
The Tsar Bomba AN602, October 30, 1961, 1961. Private Collection.  ©Heritage-Images / The Image Works
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The Tsar Bomba AN602, October 30, 1961, 1961. Private Collection. ©Heritage-Images / The Image Works
Russia 03/03/2011 Anatoly Lychagin, head of the Medical Radiation Physics Laboratory at the Medical Radiology Research Center (MRRC) during the launch of the first compact neutron generator for neutron and neutron-grabbing cancer therapy at the MRRC in Obninsk.    ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
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Russia 03/03/2011 Anatoly Lychagin, head of the Medical Radiation Physics Laboratory at the Medical Radiology Research Center (MRRC) during the launch of the first compact neutron generator for neutron and neutron-grabbing cancer therapy at the MRRC in Obninsk. ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
Russia 12/11/2013 Employees of the scientific research center conduct radiation monitoring in the horizontal experimental channel (HEC) room of the B. Konstantinov Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute in Gatchina.   ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
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Russia 12/11/2013 Employees of the scientific research center conduct radiation monitoring in the horizontal experimental channel (HEC) room of the B. Konstantinov Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute in Gatchina. ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
Russia 01/20/2014 Science Center staff member in a "clean room" where samples are prepared for experiments using synchrotron radiation at the G.I. Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics in Novosibirsk.     ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
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Russia 01/20/2014 Science Center staff member in a "clean room" where samples are prepared for experiments using synchrotron radiation at the G.I. Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics in Novosibirsk. ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
Russia 03/03/2011 Anatoly Lychagin, head of the Medical Radiation Physics Laboratory at the Medical Radiology Research Center (MRRC) during the launch of the first compact neutron generator for neutron and neutron-grabbing cancer therapy at the MRRC in Obninsk.     ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
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Russia 03/03/2011 Anatoly Lychagin, head of the Medical Radiation Physics Laboratory at the Medical Radiology Research Center (MRRC) during the launch of the first compact neutron generator for neutron and neutron-grabbing cancer therapy at the MRRC in Obninsk. ©RIA Novosti / The Image Works
Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017:  A science teacher goes over the principles of motion with students at the Christopher Columbus School No. 15 before they endeavored to build their own fidget spinners on Tuesday morning in Elizabeth.   ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
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Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017: A science teacher goes over the principles of motion with students at the Christopher Columbus School No. 15 before they endeavored to build their own fidget spinners on Tuesday morning in Elizabeth. ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017:  The Christopher Columbus School No. 15 principal becomes engrossed with a fidget spinner created by one of his students on Tuesday morning in Elizabeth.   ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
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Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017: The Christopher Columbus School No. 15 principal becomes engrossed with a fidget spinner created by one of his students on Tuesday morning in Elizabeth. ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017:  A math and science teacher teaches students the principles of motion as it pertains to fidget spinners, at Christopher Columbus School No. 15 in Elizabeth on Tuesday morning.   ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
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Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017: A math and science teacher teaches students the principles of motion as it pertains to fidget spinners, at Christopher Columbus School No. 15 in Elizabeth on Tuesday morning. ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017:  Seventh graders from Christopher Columbus School No. 15 help third and fourth graders to create their own fidget spinners in a class on physics and motion on Tuesday morning in Elizabeth.  ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
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Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017: Seventh graders from Christopher Columbus School No. 15 help third and fourth graders to create their own fidget spinners in a class on physics and motion on Tuesday morning in Elizabeth. ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017:  Seventh graders go over the principles of motion with third and fourth graders using a fidget spinner and a balloon rocket at the Christopher Columbus School No. 15 on Tuesday morning in Elizabeth.  ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
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Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017: Seventh graders go over the principles of motion with third and fourth graders using a fidget spinner and a balloon rocket at the Christopher Columbus School No. 15 on Tuesday morning in Elizabeth. ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017:  A student, age 10, decorates her hand-made fidget spinner at Christopher Columbus School No. 15 on Tuesday morning in Elizabeth.  ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
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Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017: A student, age 10, decorates her hand-made fidget spinner at Christopher Columbus School No. 15 on Tuesday morning in Elizabeth. ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017:  A student, age 9, decorates her hand-made fidget spinner as she and her classmates learn the principles of motion at Christopher Columbus School No. 15 on Tuesday morning in Elizabeth.  ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
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Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017: A student, age 9, decorates her hand-made fidget spinner as she and her classmates learn the principles of motion at Christopher Columbus School No. 15 on Tuesday morning in Elizabeth. ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017:  A student, age 10, chases a ballon rocket down the Christopher Columbus School No. 15 hallway as he and his classmates study the laws of motion on Tuesday morning in Elizabeth. 06/06/2017  (Steve Hockstein | For NJ Advance Media)   ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
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Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017: A student, age 10, chases a ballon rocket down the Christopher Columbus School No. 15 hallway as he and his classmates study the laws of motion on Tuesday morning in Elizabeth. 06/06/2017 (Steve Hockstein | For NJ Advance Media) ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017:  A Fourth grade teacher  introduces her class to the principles of movement as they assemble their own fidget spinners at Christopher Columbus School No. 15 on Tuesday morning in Elizabeth.   ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
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Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017: A Fourth grade teacher introduces her class to the principles of movement as they assemble their own fidget spinners at Christopher Columbus School No. 15 on Tuesday morning in Elizabeth. ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017:  A science teacher goes over the principles of motion with students at the Christopher Columbus School No. 15 before they endeavored to build their own fidget spinners on Tuesday morning in Elizabeth.  ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
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Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017: A science teacher goes over the principles of motion with students at the Christopher Columbus School No. 15 before they endeavored to build their own fidget spinners on Tuesday morning in Elizabeth. ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017:  Seventh graders work with schoolmate (age 10, right) on a balloon rocket as they study the principles of motion at the Christopher Columbus School No. 15 in Elizabeth on Tuesday morning. ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
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Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017: Seventh graders work with schoolmate (age 10, right) on a balloon rocket as they study the principles of motion at the Christopher Columbus School No. 15 in Elizabeth on Tuesday morning. ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017:  A student, age 10,  demonstrates the principles of motion using a fidget spinner on Tuesday morning at Christopher Columbus School No. 15 in Elizabeth.   ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
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Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017: A student, age 10, demonstrates the principles of motion using a fidget spinner on Tuesday morning at Christopher Columbus School No. 15 in Elizabeth. ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017:  A student, age 9,  demonstrates the laws of motion using a fidget spinner at the Christopher Columbus School No. 15 in Elizabeth on Tuesday morning.   ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
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Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017: A student, age 9, demonstrates the laws of motion using a fidget spinner at the Christopher Columbus School No. 15 in Elizabeth on Tuesday morning. ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017:  A math and science teacher wields the glue gun for students at Christopher Columbus School No. 15 as they create their own fidget spinners in a class on physics and motion on Tuesday morning in Elizabeth.  ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
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Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017: A math and science teacher wields the glue gun for students at Christopher Columbus School No. 15 as they create their own fidget spinners in a class on physics and motion on Tuesday morning in Elizabeth. ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017: A student, age 11, works diligently to create his fidget spinner in a class on physics and motion at the Christopher Columbus School No. 15 in Elizabeth on Tuesday morning.   ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
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Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017: A student, age 11, works diligently to create his fidget spinner in a class on physics and motion at the Christopher Columbus School No. 15 in Elizabeth on Tuesday morning. ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017:  A Seventh grader demonstrates the laws of motion using his nose and a fidget spinner at the Christopher Columbus School No. 15 in Elizabeth on Tuesday morning.     ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
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Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017: A Seventh grader demonstrates the laws of motion using his nose and a fidget spinner at the Christopher Columbus School No. 15 in Elizabeth on Tuesday morning. ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017:  Seventh graders from Christopher Columbus School No. 15 help third graders to create their own fidget spinners in a class on physics and motion on Tuesday morning. ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
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Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017: Seventh graders from Christopher Columbus School No. 15 help third graders to create their own fidget spinners in a class on physics and motion on Tuesday morning. ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017:  The Principal conducts a spinning contest using hand-made fidget spinners with his teachers and students at the Christopher Columbus School No. 15 in Elizabeth on Tuesday morning.  ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
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Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017: The Principal conducts a spinning contest using hand-made fidget spinners with his teachers and students at the Christopher Columbus School No. 15 in Elizabeth on Tuesday morning. ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017:  A math and science teacher (left) helps students at Christopher Columbus School No. 15 create their own fidget spinners in a class on physics and motion on Tuesday morning in Elizabeth.  ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works
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Elizabeth, New Jersey, June 6, 2017: A math and science teacher (left) helps students at Christopher Columbus School No. 15 create their own fidget spinners in a class on physics and motion on Tuesday morning in Elizabeth. ©The Star-Ledger / Steve Hockstein / The Image Works

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