Who was real J. Robert Oppenheimer?


Oppenheimer is well-known  top physicist and leader of the Manhattan Project, which developed the atomic bomb during World War II. He is often called the “father” of the atomic bomb due to his significant role in its creation and deployment by the United States.

His full name was Julius Robert Oppenheimer, was born on April 22, 1904, in New York City. His father was a german immigrant.As a student, Oppenheimer excelled in various subjects, including physics, chemistry, Latin, Greek, poetry, and Eastern philosophy while studying at Harvard University. He furthered his research at the University of Cambridge in England, delving into the  field of quantum physics.He earned his PhD and accepted positions to teach at both Caltech in Los Angeles and the University of California at Berkeley, where he had a profound impact on the next generation of physicists.

After the World War  II he was an opponent of atomic bomb.

Christopher Nolan’s film is based on his life story.

Oppenheimer passed away at the age of 62 due to throat cancer on February 18, 1967, in Princeton, New Jersey.