A hearty laugh that emancipates when we talk about his contributions. Many Many happy returns of the day to Soviet Scientist DR. Fock.
And scientists not only know sin or gays but also fock.
“And we don’t give a ** cos its your birthday”. Here is his contributions as enlisted by excerpts of Physics Today.
” It’s the birthday of Vladimir Fock, who was born in 1898 in St Petersburg, Russia. In 1916, while an undergraduate, Fock volunteered for the army. He survived World War I and went on to become a notable theoretical physicist. His principal contributions were in quantum mechanics and general relativity. Fock space, Fock states and the Hartree-Fock method all bear his name. Like Werner Heisenberg in Nazi Germany, Fock defended modern physics from ideological attacks – in Fock’s case, from the Communist Party of the Soviet Union in the 1930s. “