Wednesday, June 25, 2014

66 | Stephanie Kwolek, a DuPont Front for the Creation of Kevlar?


Very quickly, here is the bio for "inventor" Stephanie Kwolek who past last Wednesday.  She is credited with creating the material that is now used for body armor and other material purposes.  Courtesy of Wikipedia, here is an introduction to her accomplishments.
  • Stephanie = 1+2+5+7+8+1+5+9+5 = 43
    Kwolek = 2+5+6+3+5+2 = 23
    Stephanie Kwolek = 43+23 = 66 
Stephanie Louise Kwolek (July 31, 1923 – June 18, 2014) was an American chemist, whose career at the DuPont company covered over forty years.[1] She is best known for inventing the first of a family of synthetic fibers of exceptional strength and stiffness: poly-paraphenylene terephthalamide—better known as Kevlar.[2][3] For her discovery, Kwolek was awarded the DuPont company's Lavoisier Medal for outstanding technical achievement. As of June 2014, she was the only female employee to have received that honor.[4] In 1995 she became the fourth woman to be added to the National Inventors Hall of Fame.[5] Kwolek won numerous awards for her work in polymer chemistry, including the National Medal of Technology and the Perkin Medal.[6]
Kwolek was born in New Kensington, Pennsylvania, the "Keystone" State.
  • New = 555
  • Kensington = 2+5+5+1+9+5+7+2+6+5 = 47
  • Keystone = 2+5+7+1+2+6+5+5 = 33
To date, she is the only woman to earn the Lavoisier Medal.
  • Lavoisier = 3+1+4+6+9+1+9+5+9 = 47
Here is the New York Times tribute to Stephanie Kwolek who is promoted as a humanitarian for her contribution of Kevlar, even though Kevlar is probably used more by aggressive forces who murder many.  The New York Times was established September 18, 1851.  The numerology of this date has something in common with Kevlar.
  • 9/18/1851 = 9+1+8+1+8+5+1 = 33
  • Kevlar = 11+5+4+3+1+9 = 33
  • Kevlar = 11+5+22+3+1+9 = 51
Stephanie Kwolek was born July 31, 1923.
  • 7/31/1923 = 7+3+1+1+9+2+3 = 26