Stephen Hawking Die at 76
Stephen Hawking great scientist has been died at the age of 76 at him home town in Cambridge, United Kingdom on 14th March 2018. He was the greatest scientist in the history of the world, his efforts are appreciable for making the most mysterious parts of the universe.
Stephen Hawking was born on 8th January 1942 in Cambridge in the United Kingdom. He has been professor of mathematics in the Cambridge University from 1979 to 2009. He also become the director of the Applied Mathematics & Theoretical Physics in the university.
People were inspired from his patience and courage across the world. Stephen Hawking did small and large work in the major parts of the universe. He was also the founder of WWW (World Wide Web).
He was also famous from theoretical ideas that black holes are not black in-fact but produce thermal radiation and potentially “evaporate”, scientist called “Hawking Radiation”.
Stephen Hawking was often said “My goal is simple” to study the universe, why is it exist and what is? Hawking spent his life in the reconciliation of Einstein’s theories.
Stephen Hawking was also known and famous for his great works in the book “A Brief History of Time” author of it. This book made his life changed after publication in 1988 and gave him countless fame. He was an extraordinary man whose work and efforts will live for many years in the world.
Hawking was confined to wheelchair at the age of 21 from neuron disease. First his hands paralyzed, leg and then whole body except eyebrows.
Hawking was first married in 1990 and his wife left him and later on he married in 1995 and divorced in 2006.
Some of Stephen Hawking comments were astonished and offended to the religion, he declared that there is no God in the world and does not need any God to run the universe as world is live with the existence of science.
Stephen spoke before his death, “I am not afraid of death but i am not in hury to go” because i have to do a lot of work first. He left three children in the hometown. Hawking was also entitled to have several awards and Nobel Prize.