Stephen Hawking is a cosmic visionary, a figure of inspiration and a global celebrity.
With a science paper published after his death, Stephen Hawking has revived debate on a deeply divisive question for cosmologists: Is our Universe just one of many in an infinite, ever-expanding "multiverse"?
The world-famous physicist Stephen Hawking passed away on March 14, 2018. His death has left me saddened like millions around the world. But I was happy to see that The Daily Star had published a couple of articles on Stephen Hawking, one of which was written by a Bangladeshi academic. It inspired me to express my thoughts and feelings about how Hawking's work has influenced me.
When Stephen Hawking postulated in the mid-1970s that black holes leak radiation, slowly dissolving like aspirin in a glass of water, he overturned a core tenet of the Universe. Ever since Albert Einstein published his theory of general relativity in 1915, predicting the existence of black holes, it was thought they devour everything in their vicinity, including light. Black holes, it was thought, were bottomless
Stephen Hawking's computer-generated voice is known to millions of people around the world, a robotic drawl that somehow enhances the profound impact of the cosmological secrets he revealed.
British physicist Stephen Hawking, whose mental genius and physical disability made him a household name and inspiration across the
British physicist Stephen Hawking, who is considered as one of the world’s foremost physicists, died at the age of 76.
Stephen Hawking, one of the world’s foremost physicists today died at the age of 76. Hawking, who was wheelchair-bound and almost completely paralyzed by a wasting illness, was a professor of applied mathematics. Here are some key facts on his life:
Renowned theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking may have a good grasp of the workings of the universe, but he says he can not understand Donald Trump's popularity.