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English theoretical physicist who is regarded as one of the most significant physicists of the 20th century. Wikipedia

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    • This work attracted the attention of the British physicist Paul Dirac, who came to Copenhagen for six months in September 1926.Niels Bohr-Wikipedia
    • Feynman failed to get his point across, and Paul Dirac, Edward Teller and Niels Bohr all raised objections.Richard Feynman-Wikipedia
    • Among the famous names associated with Bristol in this early period is Paul Dirac, who graduated in 1921 with a degree in engineering, before obtaining a second degree in mathematics in 1923 from Cambridge.University of Bristol-Wikipedia
    • This was independently developed soon after by the British physicist Paul Dirac, who also showed how it was related to the Bose–Einstein statistics.Enrico Fermi-Wikipedia
    • Bristol alumnus Paul Dirac went on to win the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1933 for his contribution to the formulation of quantum mechanics and is considered one of the most significant physicists of the 20th century.University of Bristol-Wikipedia
    • This was after a paper by Paul Dirac proposed that electrons could have both a positive charge and negative energy.J. Robert Oppenheimer-Wikipedia

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