В 1923 году родился Михаил Анчаров

People should probably call Mikhail Ancharov a minstrel. It is how he identified himself, as he liked this word better than bard. Actually, the boundaries of bardic song (he was one of founding fathers of it) were a bit too narrow for him, as Ancharov was an artist, poet, writer and script writer. His versatile creative work included a place for science as well – one may recall the Fermat theorem that the main character of Boxwood Forest tries to solve, and research fellows with scientific terms and problems who can be found in his other books. Finally, one may recall the formula deduced by Mikhail Ancharov: “Let us drink to the scheme of smile, schedule of luck and roses on the snow.” Isn’t it a ready solution for the problem of relations between physicists and lyrics?