Stephen Hawking

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Stephen Hawking

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Stephen Hawking, theoretical physicist, cosmetologist, renowned scientist, and certified genius, passed away on March 14th in Cambridge, UK. He lived 76 years. He died comfortably at home. He had three children named Timothy, Robert, and Lucy.

Hawking had studied at both Oxford University and Cambridge University. Professor Hawking is known for his discoveries and work with the universe, specifically black holes and the Big Bang. He was and will remain an immensely influential scientist, sure to continue inspiring young scientists for generations. He discovered that black holes are radiating energy constantly, and he wrote a book called The Brief History of Time.

Hawking was also known for having wittily sassy remarks, as one would expect from a genius. Hawking also overcame his early-onset slow-progression motor neuron disease through his life. Hawking coincidentally was born on the 300th anniversary of Galileo’s death and died on the anniversary of Einstein’s birth.

There is a strong reaction to the news from people around the world, from colleagues to fans. Almost everyone has a small tribute to Professor Hawking. He is the most influential scientist of our time, and will surely be commemorated in textbooks and science museums for years to come. He was very famous and respected for in his life, and once held a position as Lucian Professor of Mathematics at University of Cambridge, a position formerly held by Sir Isaac Newton. To even have lived on the same timeline as Hawking is truly exciting, and he will be rightfully mourned.

“Intelligence is the ability to adapt to change.”- Stephen Hawking

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