Stephen Hawking Is No More

Stephen Hawking Is No More
Stephen Hawking Is No More

Stephen Hawking Is No More

The brightest star is dropped from the earth. The world has left love of millions of people. World famous physicist Stephen Hawking is no more. He died on Wednesday at the age of 76. The BBC has released the information on behalf of his family members.

Stephen Hawking has three children named Lucy, Robert and Tim. They said, ‘We deeply regret that our dear parents have died today. He was a famous scientist. His work will continue for a long time.’

Stephen Hawking was born on January 8, 1942. Famous English theoretical physicist and mathematician as well known personality throughout the world. He is considered as one of the world’s theoretical physicists. Hawking retired on October 1, 2009 as Lucasian Professor of Cambridge University.

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Stephen Hawking is one of the best astronomers in the world. whose authored ‘A Brief History of Time’ is one of the highest-selling books of all time. The British physicist was famous for his study of black hole and relativity.

He is also worked of Gonville and Kayas College in Cambridge. Although he was continuously pursuing his research activities successfully for many years despite being extremely physically endangered and constantly moving towards complete blatancy for ALS (Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis or Lou Geehrig disease – a type of motor neurone disease).

Hawking’s two contributions to physics are most recognized. Synagogue theory relating to general relativity with teammate Roger Penraj in early life. The theory of Hawking’s first uncertainty applies to the horizon of the black hole, showing that the particle flow being disseminated from the black hole. This distortion is now called Hawking radiation (or sometimes Beckenstein-Hawking radiation). For nearly 40 years, Hawking has been practicing theoretical physics.

Hawking suffered from ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), a neurodegenerative disease commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, which is usually fatal within a few years. He was diagnosed in 1963, when he was 21, and doctors initially only gave him a few years to live.

“I try to lead as normal a life as possible, and not think about my condition, or regret the things it prevents me from doing, which are not that many,” he wrote on his website.

Among his outstanding awards for his contributions include the Prince of Austrian Award, the Koplie Medal, the Eddington Medal, the Hugh Medal, the Albert Einstein Medal, the Wolf Prize, the Julius Edgar Lilienfeld Award.

His children praised Stephen Hawking’s “courage and perseverance” They said, ‘His talent and sense of humor will inspire people around the world. He will be remembered forever.’



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