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The Death of Stephen Hawking...I am heartbroken. Now he returns to the stars which birthed him.
In his 20's he was told he should nto expect to live mroe than a coupel of years. He lived more than another 50. It is sad he is gone, but I am glad he lived a full and happy life.
"Remember to look up at the stars and not down at your feet."
"Life would be tragic if it weren't funny."
YES!!! I like that thought.
He was born on the anniversary of Galileo's death and died on the anniversary of Einstein' s birth.
A beautiful mind indeed, and a man who I am sure has contributed to the lives of many many people.
Maybe HE will come back and tell us all about it....Heartbroken, he was loved by so many of us...
I know and I like your words.
A very sad day.
His mother birthed him
Waxing poetic, ie the cosmic womb!
@LeighShelton We are all made of "star stuff".
I'm a little star lol
I'm missing him already.
Cheers to a beautiful mind.
A moment of silence for a great man. His contributions to science will never be forgotten.
Oh no. He will be sorely missed. He was a voice of reason.