Stephen Hawking Essays
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Stephen Hawking is a well known,well respected and an inspirational scientist, who many look up to. He was revolutionary in many fields of science and has a long lasting legacy. But what’s really behind this genius, how did he survive motor neurone disease for so long and how many flaws did he really have Stephen Hawking was born on the 8th of January 1942, in Oxford, England, to loving parents, Isobel and Frank Hawking. His birthday was no big occasion,...
Stephen Hawking was born on 8th January 1942 in oxford England. He was a theoretical physicist, cosmologist and a mathematician. His contribution in cosmology like; origin of universe, time and black hole revolutionized the concepts of cosmology and opens the new doors of research. He wrote a number of books that not only attracted the cosmologists but also the general readers. Some of his books are; ‘A Brief history of Time’, ‘The Universe in a Nutshell’, ‘The Grand Design’ and...
Stephen Hawking was born on January 8, 1942. He has two sisters and an adopted brother. His parents moved before he was born because the city where they lived was being bombed, but they returned home when Stephen was born. When he was 8 years old his family moved to St. Albans. There he studied, but never stood out as a great student or graduated with honors. In 1965 he married Jane Wilde, a friend of his sister, and had...
Stephen hawking was born on the 9th of January 1942 in Oxford, United Kingdom and lived with his Mum, Dad, brother and two sisters. He started his career at Cambridge university where he was a Lucosian professor of mathematics. His life was a fairly normal life until 1963 when he was diagnosed with a type of motor neuron disease which is where your muscles stop working properly overtime. The only way he was able to speak was through a sensor...