The one who spent all his life solving the mysteries of stars and this universe finally rests among the stars- Stephen Hawking the great physicist after Einstine passes away at the age of 76. According to media reports, family resources confirmed Stephen Hawking’s death and told he died peacefully at his home in Cambridge.
Stephen Hawking’s death has made the world deprived of scientist, motivational speaker, and a researcher whose undaunted struggle proved that physical disability can never bar an obstacle in the way of mind.
Stephen Hawking’s Contribution to the Science
Stephen Hawking who was born on January 8, 1942, died on March 14, 2018, on the birthday of another great physicist Einstein. In 1962 Hawking was diagnosed with Motor Neurons disease. Due to this he couldn’t speak or move but his brain’s health didn’t get affected. Later, in 1965 he presented his famous Ph.D. thesis at the age of 23. Last year Cambridge University uploaded Stephen Hawking thesis that went viral on the Internet.
Stephen Hawking is the author of the famous books, A Brief History of Time and Universe In A Nutshell. The scientist made an extensive research in the field of science including quantum mechanics and general relativity. According to him, his one of the greatest researchers was that black holes were not entirely black.
Reaction Over Stephen Hawking’s Death
On March 14, 2018, it was impossible for any social media user to scroll down without seeing or saying any word on the Stephen Hawking’s death. HIs fans paid tribute to him by talking about his discoveries, his contribution to the physics and his motivational quotes that are an inspiration for generations to come.
So, deep inside it was the love of people that made Universe worth it.
R.I.P. Stephen Hawking. Among his many profound contributions to this world was this simple sentiment: “It would not be much of a universe if it wasn’t home to the people you love.”
— Samantha Power (@SamanthaJPower) 14 March 2018
And, the man who discovered the mysteries of the world couldn’t understand women.
I once asked Stephen Hawking in an interview what puzzles him the most in all the universe. “Women,” he answered. He will be missed. R.I.P.
— Larry King (@kingsthings) 14 March 2018
And, indeed we are proud that we lived through an era where we had Stephen Hawking with us.
Stephen Hawking’s contribution to science is such that, in years to come, younger generations will be amazed to find out we were alive during his time. He’s truly up there with the greatest scientific minds in history. A terrible loss.
— Sammy Paul (@ICOEPR) 14 March 2018
And, the man was also famous for his wit.
Had the pleasure of meeting Stephen Hawking at a charity do once. He was surprisingly down to earth, and VERY funny.
— Limmy’s Vines TOUR (@DaftLimmy) 14 March 2018
Stephen Hawking summed up pretty well.
As someone who often feels trapped in my mind and disconnected from the human experience, Stephen Hawking was a true inspiration to me.
Not only did he do amazing work to advance our understanding of the world, but could also grasp the beauty in the human fuzz of life.
— Lawrence Sonntag (@SirLarr) 14 March 2018
And, the legend of on point in this quote
“I have noticed even people who claim everything is predestined, and that we can do nothing to change it, look before they cross the road.”
— Crypto Bullet (@SilverBulletBTC) 14 March 2018
Precious Advice From Stephen Hawking
“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.”
RIP Stephen Hawking pic.twitter.com/I5k1XwTP81
— Precision Homes (@PrecisionHomes_) 14 March 2018
This is what he said to his children.
RIP, Stephen Hawking. We have lost a great mind and a wonderful human being today. pic.twitter.com/8QqrJjdg83
— Science and Nature (@SciNaturePage) 14 March 2018