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Stephen Hawking Died at the Age of 76; Modern Visionary Physicist no More

Stephen Hawking Died at the Age of 76; Modern Visionary Physicist no More: – Well, today is the most painful and saddest day for the world science, physician and whole other scientist because Stephen Hawking the brightest star of Cosmology died at the age of 76. The world is in shock because it is something that they didn’t expect just now. As you all know that he was just now a person he was an inspiration for global audiences in the millions. We will always be going to remember him and his work will stay with us forever.

Reports are coming that his family released a statement in the very early morning of Wednesday confirming that he has died at his home in Cambridge. As per the reports, Hawking’s children, Lucy, Robert and Tim, all shared a statement “We have deeply saddened that our beloved father passed away today. He was a great scientist and an extraordinary man whose work and legacy will live on for many years. His courage and persistence with his brilliance and humor inspired people across the world.”

Stephen Hawking Died at the Age of 76

Also, the shared that ‘It would not be much of a universe if it wasn’t home to the people you love.’ We will miss him forever.” Also, for the fellow scientist hs was an inspiration and it was Hawking’s intuition and wicked sense of humor that marked him out as much as the fierce intellect which, coupled with his illness, came to symbolize the unbounded possibilities of the human mind.

As you all may know that he opened lots of gates for the Science and he even quoted once, “I’m not afraid of death, but I’m in no hurry to die. I have so much I want to do first.” Now, he leaves three children, Robert, Lucy, and Timothy, from his first marriage to Jane Wilde, and three grandchildren.

Stephen Hawking

If we talk about history then we can say that at the age of 21 he was diagnosed with motor neuron disease in 1963. Doctors expected him to live for only two more years. But Hawking had a form of the disease that progressed more slowly than usual. He survived for more than half a century.