Five inventors have regretted creations! 112 years ago was born father of the atomic bomb

On April 22, 1904 Jacob was born physicist Robert Oppenheimer, the “father” of the atomic bomb. Among the important achievements of his Born-Oppenheimer approximation include Oppenheimer and work on the theory of electron-positron. Oppenheimer died on February 18, 1967, at the age of 62 years.

J. Robert Oppenheimer, director of the Los Alamos laboratory during the Second World War, is credited with the invention of the atomic bomb, but it would have been possible without the work of Albert Einstein.
They are five inventors in history have come to regret their creations, according to Discover:
J. Robert Oppenheimer / Albert Einstein – bomb
J. Robert Oppenheimer, director of the Los Alamos laboratory during the Second World War, is credited with the invention of the atomic bomb, but it would have been possible without the work of Albert Einstein.
Despite its association with leftist parties, Oppenheimer welcomed the opportunity of playing a role in efoturile war. Later, however, it came to be incercte have feelings about the atomic bomb. “I have no compunction about making the bomb … In relation to the way I used it, I understand why it happened and I appreciate the nobility of the people I worked with made the decision. But I did not feel that was not correct. Japan’s ultimatum was full of pious platitudes … our government should have told the world and Japan with more clarity what the bomb, “he said.
Einstein expressed less equivocal. Years later he said he backs the signing of the letter to President Roosevelt in which he requested to support research into nuclear chain reactions and their use as a weapon. At the time, he believed that the Germans are already doing this. “If I know that the Germans fail to produce an atomic bomb, I would not have lifted a finger,” he admitted the physicist.
Mikhail Kalashnikov – AK47
Kalashnikov rifle semi-automatic developed that bears his name for Russian weapon at the end of the Second World War, after he witnessed the death of many soldiers being wounded in battle in turn. Intended as a weapon simple that can be made cheaply with means of mass production available at that time, Kalashnikov, who died in 2014, lived to see how his gun is among the pistols submachine responsible for most many dead in history.
“I keep going back to a question. If my gun took so many lives as I can … Orthodox believer, to be blamed for these deaths, even if they are my enemies? “He wrote in a letter to a Russian cleric.
Bob Propst – cubical office spaces
While working as a consultant for Herman Miller in the 1960s, Bob Propst introduced him America with offices open, but with cubic spaces for a single employee. Their purpose was to provide employees with more space experience “flexible and fluid” as he explained to the New York Times in 1997.
Companies have seen his invention as a way to save money. Propst came to hate invention, classifying it as a “monolithic insanity.”
Kamran Loghman – with pepper spray
Kamran Loghman worked for the FBI in 1980 and helped transform pepper spray into a weapon. He was, moreover, who wrote the manual to use it for officers of the police department.
Following the incident at the University of California, 2011, when police used spray colored in a bright orange against what New York Times described as “docile protesters” Loghman broke the silence. “I have not seen before so inadequate use of chemical agents,” he said.
John Sylvan – coffee capsules
Sylvan’s invention made possible the emergence of brands like Nespresso and Tassimo. Coffee capsules have enabled millions of people to take “dose” of caffeine easily. “Sometimes I feel bad that I did that. It’s like a cigarette maker, a delivery mechanism of addictive substances, “he said a few years ago.
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