American physicist known for his discovery of anti-protons, a sub-atomic antiparticle. He was an outspoken critic from the Vietnam Battle and he was among 21 Nobel Laureates who agreed upon the Humanist Manifesto in 2003. He is at university at Berkeley when he became a member of the Manhattan Task. He became a member of the Manhattan Task, research and advancement project that created the initial atomic bombs during Globe Battle II, in 1942. He got wedded to Beatrice Babette Copper in 1943 and got four kids with her. Like Niels Bohr, he gained a Nobel Award in physics for his breakthrough.