Max Plank published Planck's constant in 1899 and Planck's postulate in 1900. His work on black body radiation completely changed the paradigm and this event is regarded as the birth of quantum physics and the launch of the 20th century scientific revolution. All the scientists you cited were either still in diapers or hadn't even been born yet. I'm not saying they didn't make valuable contributions later; I'm just saying they made their contributions AFTER the the revelution was well underway/<quoted text>
Actually, all the ones I gave *were* involved in the quantum revolution and *are* founders of QM. In particular, Dirac gave the equation that merges special relativity and quantum mechanics and predicted the existence of anti-matter. Feynman was instrumental in the development of quantum electrodynamics. Szliard was the one who convinced Einstein to write the letter concerning the atomic bomb and was deeply involved in the theoretical aspects of fission and fusion. Von Neuman gave much of the mathematical foundation for quantum mechanics and was the person who thought up the stored program computer.
So you were simply wrong when you said that *all* of the main founders of the quantum revolution were believers in God. Many were, but many were not. And none were of a fundamentalist persuasion.
I totally agree that none of the "godbot" founders of quantum physics were of the fundamentalist persuasion.