On 14th March 2018, an English theoretical physicist and an award-winning scientists Stephen Hawking died peacefully at the age of 76 at his home in Cambridge. In 1962at the age of 22, Author of “The Universe in a Nutshell” and “A Brief History of Time” was diagnosed with a rare form of motor neuron disease. Scientists were recognized for his incredible work with black holes and relativity.
Stephen Hawking remembered as a genius who did not let his disease stop him. Hawking has been compared to Albert Einstein in Isaac Newton, is a best-selling book a brief history of time tackles black holes in the Big Bang theory.
His cause of death is yet to be revealed while his family stated, “Died Peacefully”. His family said in a statement, “The entire family deeply saddened that our beloved father passed away today. He was a great scientist and an extraordinary man whose work and legacy will live on for many years”.
Stephen Hawking is the man whose incredible work will live forever, and he was the inspiration for all youngster who deeply involved in the world of science. In 2004, he conceded a mistake on black holes. Instead of destroying everything falls on them he found they do allow critical information to get out. Hawking believed we can be sure about past and we can predict the future.
An intelligent scientist was born in 1942. Early on he displayed a love of science. The man certainly took science beyond the classroom and into popular culture. His spirit of adventure also led him to accept an offer to experience weightlessness. Asked many times if his disability held him back, Hawking simply said it has him more time to think. For the world of science, it wasn’t time enough.