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Tribute to Professor Stephen Hawking

Waking up on Wednesday morning, the world was shocked to hear the news that Professor Stephen Hawking had passed away at the age of 76. 412 more words


A few positions western news medias won't disseminate about Stephen Hawking

How Stephen Hawking supported the Palestinian cause

I support the rights of scientists everywhere to freedom of movement, publication and collaboration,

14 MARCH 2018

The renowned scientist, who has passed away, will be remembered not only for his work, but his support for Palestine. 542 more words


My prose to Stephen Hawking

I imagine everybody has seen either on Facebook or in the news today that Stephen Hawking has sadly passed away. The reason so many people know Prof Hawking is because of his incredible intellect, the manner in which he lived his life despite a rare form of motor neurone disease and of course the fact that he had a great sense of humour, appearing in a range of comedy and sci-fi TV series. 564 more words

Chronic Illness

The Inspiring Life And Journey Of A True Genius- Stephen Hawking

British theoretical physicist and cosmologist– Stephen Hawking was born on 8th January 1942 in Oxford, England. The ‘genius’ was born to Frank Hawking and Isobel Hawking. 632 more words


Line(s) of the Day #StephenHawking

Remember to look up at the stars and not down at your feet. Try to make sense of what you see and wonder about what makes the universe exist. 85 more words

Line(s) Of The Day


Stephen Hawking (per his Official Site):

“In 1963, Hawking contracted motor neurone disease and was given two years to live. Yet he went on to Cambridge to become a brilliant researcher and Professorial Fellow at Gonville and Caius College. 1,654 more words

The loss of a great mind

I hardly dare write my blog today in honour of the great Stephen Hawking an inspirational man not just in terms of his great scientific mind but his amazing personal journey and fight against motor neurone disease. 167 more words