Has died, George Charlesworth, engineering physicist, nicknamed "Doctor Zebra", it was he who invented the black and white stripes for pedestrians to cross safely. And I was reminded that in the 70's last silo, Spain became very popular a saying: "Blessed are those who pass through the crosswalk, because soon they will see God." In other words. Because almost no one respected him.
But the engineer and inventor, you must also develop bombs. In 1943 he used his famous bouncing bombs, which served to destroy the Ruhr Valley, two of the three dams-and Elder-Mohn, thereby causing much damage to the Germanic war industry.
At the request of the United Nations, advised Rio de Janeiro and Hong Kong for its high rate of road deaths.