On December 2, 1942, one of the most important moments in world history took place on a squash court underneath the bleachers of the University of Chicago's football field. That day, with many of the ... more 
On December 2, 1942, one of the most important moments in world history took place on a squash court underneath the bleachers of the University of Chicago's football field. That day, with many of the world's most accomplished physicists on hand, Nobel Prize winner Enrico Fermi successfully completed the first-ever sustained chain reaction. There have been plenty of acrobatic troupes and plenty of jump rope routines on the "America's Got Talent" stage. But the Chicago Boyz raised the ante considerably during their impressive routine. They took a 9-year-old boy and used him as a jump rope. Prosecutors presented evidence about George Zimmerman's work in a college criminal justice course, which they say shows the neighborhood watch volunteer knew about Florida's self-defense law and had aspirations of becoming a police officer. less 
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