This club is for discussing scientific history and its celebrities. This is not the science club, which you can check out here, but a less technical club.
Who: Anyone who has contributed to science, willingly or unwillingly, well known or overshadowed, etc...
What: A discussion of all the trials and methods that these people went through. Whether their hypothesis was completely wrong, or completely right, we can talk about them here.
Feel free to provide a mini biography for any scientist, or to bring up information others might have left out.
You can discuss anyone and any concept you want, or you can post jokes regarding those scientist. Puns are accepted.
Let me start this up with a lesser known British scientist, voted the second most famous scientist after Isaac Newton by the English public.
Paul Dirac is easily comparable to Newton, both being very smart, and both being antisocial. Both could have been classified with having Aspergers syndrome nowadays.
Paul grew up in Bristol England, and had an aptitude for mathematics. He grew up to become a prominent Quantum physicist, most notably for theorizing anti matter, and proposing a preliminary theory for Quantum electrodynamics (how an electron moves).
He met many other famous figures in atomic and Quantum theory, such as Bohr, Rutherford, Pauli, Heisenburg, among others.