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British Sky news reported on the 14th March 2018 that the legendary British Professor Stephen Hawking The physicist who predicted doomsday had died at the age of 76. Stephen Hawking, who was arguably the greatest physicist of his era has seen was born in Oxford, England on Jan 8 1942.
At the age of 21 he was suffered from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Luzerere’s disease) and entire body was paralyzed. He was neither able to speak or move. From 1979 to 2009 he used only three fingers of one hand to communicate. Later this hand’s sensors were also paralyzed.
He was Lucas mathematics professor and he researched on black holes and cosmology. Cosmology is the theoretical study of the root and nature of the universe. His study of the black hole area theorems of general relativity is considered his greatest contribution to science.
For this he picked up on the two basic theories of physics- the relativity theory (by Einstein) and Quantum mechanics theory (by Planck).
On 6 April 2012, he presented his hit episode “big bang of life” and made a guest appearance on TV. In 2017, he recorded the documentary “exploring new earth” for the British BBC. The physicist said on Nov 6th that technology is expected to reverse some of the harmful effects of mechanization on the planet and help get rid of disease and poverty. But artificial intelligence needs to be controlled.
His five pre-visions for dooms day are:
And earth could become a fireball.
He was awarded with many honorary medals and degrees as Federal Society of England (FRS), French Royal Art Association (FRSA), and made the Lord (CH), Commander of the British Empire (CBE) for his work on practical physics.
On Wednesday 14 March 2018, he died a peaceful death in his home at Cambridge but his death came as a great shock to the scientific world. He was a marvelous physicist and an extraordinary man. Despite his being disabled he carried on his with work and his courage and dedication inspired people across the globe. His remarkable contributions will live forever in the scientific world.