Who Is Stephen Hawking??
Stephen Hawking (born January 8, 1942) is a British scientist, professor and author who has done groundbreaking work in physics and cosmology. Whose books have helped to make science accessible to everyone?
Born: 8 January 1942, Oxford, United Kingdom
Died: 14 March 2018, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Spouse: Elaine Mason (m. 1995–2006), Jane Hawking (m. 1965–1995)
Children: Lucy Hawking, Robert Hawking, Timothy Hawking
Education: Trinity Hall, Cambridge (1962–196
Stephen Hawking’s Write Book:
Stephen Hawking Quotes:
- “Intelligence is the ability to adapt to change.”
- “It is not clear that intelligence has any long-term survival value. “
- “One cannot really argue with a mathematical theorem.”
- “We should seek the greatest value of our action.”
- “The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it is the illusion of knowledge.”
Stephen Hawking Movies And Tv in Working:
The Big Bang Theory:
In 2012, Hawking showed off his humorous side on American television, making a guest appearance on.
The Theory of Everything:
In November of 2014, a film about the life of Stephen Hawking and Jane Wilde was released.
In May 2016, Hawking hosted and narrated Genius, a six-part television series which enlists volunteers to tackle scientific questions that have been asked throughout history.
Life with challenging:
He attended University College, Oxford, where he studied physics, despite his father’s urging to focus on medicine.
Hawking went on to Cambridge to research cosmology, the study of the universe as a whole.
In early 1963, just shy of his 21st birthday, Hawking was diagnosed with motor neuron disease, more commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).