And it gets better from there*:
Then there are
extraordinary geniuses (Mark Kac, a mathematician, called them
“magicians”) whose insights are so astonishing and run so counter to
received wisdom that it is hard to imagine anyone else devising them.
Einstein was one such genius. Paul Dirac, whose equations predicted the existence of antimatter and who died in 1984, was another."
Paul Dirac won the Physics Nobel prize in 1933 for discovering antimatter.