British theoretical physicist who was simply an integral figure in the first development of both quantum mechanics and quantum electrodynamics. He distributed the 1933 Nobel Reward in Physics for the finding of new types of atomic theory. He’d not speak to his dad very much, as his dad demanded his kids talk with him just in French. The Dirac formula, which identifies the behaviour of fermions, was called after him. He wedded Margit Wigner in 1937. He used her two kids as well as the couple got two more kids together. Another popular British scientist like him can be Jane Goodall.