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Stephen Hawking died today at 76 years of age

a great man who has dedicated his life to science has been lost to us today...

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I was sad that he couldn't find his theory of everything in time.

 

RIP. 

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May I pipe in and say that Stephen Hawking died in Cambridge, which means he died on Pi Day?

 

A truly great mind.  He will be missed...

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15 minutes ago, techstorm970 said:

May I pipe in and say that Stephen Hawking died in Cambridge, which means he died on Pi Day?

Deaths in Cambridge is not a strict subset of Incidents on Pi Day ._.

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So sad, I was speechless when I read the news. I saw a lecture of him in 2014, the crowd was so in awe. He started 10 minutes late but for the entire 10 minutes the theater was silence, the amount of respect he enforced was amazing. 

So sad to see him go and we're going to miss him in the scientific community.

"To the wise, life is a problem; to the fool, a solution" (Marcus Aurelius)

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6 minutes ago, VegetableStu said:

Deaths in Cambridge is not a strict subset of Incidents on Pi Day ._.

I was trying to reference time zones.  Guess I created a logical fallacy by accident.  xD 

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shouldn't the title be

 

Stephen Hawking died at 76

 

its just that the title sound quite more of

 

Stephen Hawking found dead at 76

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2 minutes ago, RyomaSJibenG said:

shouldn't the title be

 

Stephen Hawking died at 76

 

its just that the title sound quite more of

 

Stephen Hawking found dead at 76

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So upset, big bang singularity, Hawking radiation, popularising Cosmology, his indomitable quest to understand the deep mysteries of the universe, taking it to the tories over the NHS, an incredible human being, one that will be remembered as long as there are scientists.  RIP. 

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RIP. 

 

A truly great mind disappears just now that we need more of them with the surge of stupidity going around.

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Rest In Peace Stephen Hawking. You have done so much great stuff.

“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. Be curious. And however difficult life may seem, there is always something you can do and succeed at. 
It matters that you don't just give up.”

-Stephen Hawking

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1 hour ago, Brouhahaha said:

So upset, big bang singularity, Hawking radiation, popularising Cosmology, his indomitable quest to understand the deep mysteries of the universe, taking it to the tories over the NHS, an incredible human being, one that will be remembered as long as there are scientists.  RIP. 

His work on black holes will be his most enduring legacy, but I think his biggest contribution to the world during his lifetime was A Brief History of Time and his role in popularising cosmology. We are all smarter because of him.

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17 minutes ago, Apepa said:

His work on black holes will be his most enduring legacy, but I think his biggest contribution to the world during his lifetime was A Brief History of Time and his role in popularising cosmology. We are all smarter because of him.

Yep, Hawking radiation will be his biggest scientific legacy (also early work on Big Bang singularity), but his role as a communicator and popularizer of cosmology is perhaps his greatest contribution. 

Just heard this on the radio: 'Stephen Hawking born on the day Galileo Gallili died, he passed away on the day Albert Einstein was born.'

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Science, nay Humanity, has lost a great man.

Rest in Peace.

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