The extraordinary British theoretical physicist and researcher exploring the mysteries of universe left world 14th March 2018. Basically he was born in Oxford, England but at the age of 8 he and his family moved to St. Albans town. At the age of 11, Stephen went to Albans school and then to University college, Oxford in 1952.
Stephen wanted to learn Mathematics and wanted to proceed in Mathematics though his father would have preferred medicine. Unfortunately mathematics was not available in University College so he took Physics. Genius brain doesn’t need much effort likewise after 3 years he was awarded with first class honors degree in natural science. In Oct 1962, Stephen arrived in Department Of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics at University of Cambridge.
From here journey begins and the Theoretical Physicist was known for bringing the clarity to the some of the most mind blowing ideas in science.
In 1963, motor neuron disease attacked on Hawking and was given 2 years to live. Still he went to Cambridge to become brilliant researcher and distributed his knowledge.
At the age of 32, Stephen rewarded with Albert Einstein Award due to his Radiation Theory that matter, in the form of radiation, can escape the gravitational force of a collapsed star.
In August 2015, Hawkings proposed the theories on Black Holes where he stated that information about the physical state of the object is stored in 2D form within an outer boundary known as the “event horizon and has the possibility to release the information into another universe.
In March 2018, Hawkings as an interviewee with Neil De Grasse Tyson’s Star Talk stated that Quantum gravity which replaces real time with imaginary time the history of the universe becomes like a four-dimensional curved surface, with no boundary.
Apart from such great inventions Mr.Hawkings also published some great books too some of them are listed below
Hawkings never scared about death so he says I’m not afraid of death, but I’m in no hurry to die,” he said. “I have so much I want to do first.”
He researched, he learned, he distributed knowledge and he died.
But his one statement always whispers in our ear that “The boundary condition of the universe … is that it has no boundary,”