The correct answer is the Manhattan Project.
Enrico Fermi’s work changed the outcome of World War II and also marked the beginning of a new age of technology in the world.
Enrico Fermi (1901-1954) was a renown Italian scientist that worked on the Manhattan Project that created the atomic bomb. He was an expert in nuclear physics and quantum mechanics. After accepting the Noble Prize in 1939 for his work with fission, Fermi traveled to New York to work in the Columbia University to work as a Professor of Physics and participated in the first fission experiment in the United States. With the support of the National Defense Research Committee, Fermi researched nuclear chain reaction. Then he moved to the University of Chicago and in 1944 Robert Oppenheimer hired him to the Manhattan Project in Los Alamos.
John Harvey Kellogg was an American doctor born on February 26, 1852. Kellogg was a supporter of vegetarianism, and is especially famous for the invention of Corn Flakes breakfast cereals.
Dr. Kellogg said, eggstinct, word composed of the words egg and extinct when he discovered a rotten dinosaur egg.
The Public journals of General Robert E Lee are a series of letters wrote by him throughout his time in the United States Army until his secession and eventual confirmation of the Confederate Army. This collection of journals continued growing in size until his letter of resignation which he addressed to Confederate President Jefferson Davis on August 8th, 1863.
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