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Stephen Hawking

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This category includes questions about the life and works of physicist Stephen Hawking. Stephen Hawking suffers from ALS, which has left him severely paralyzed.
Black Hawk was a war leader and warrior originated from SaukAmerican Indian Tribe which is the mid west of united states atpresent.
Yes he worked alongside Jim Hartle and Roger Penrose. He was only 9y/o when Albert Einstein died so they did not work together.
because he wantedto stay were he was born at wisiconsin. also wanted to plant corn on his land.they forced him to leave
because it was named after him
he might as a jaunt may BOOM headshot him with an ak47 red dot sight with a silencer...he might meet his jivecat family in heaven nialldoherty
I don't know I've looked every where but I do know that he was born in St.Albans, England
No, He DIED on 14 March, 2018 at Cambridge.
It is S.W.Hawking@damtp.cam.ac.uk. But just remember that a lot of people are e-mailing him too, so it might take him a long time to get back if he will get back at all..
He led the Black Hawk war of 1832. He fought alongside the British in the war of 1812 against the Americans. Also, his autobiography was the first Indian autobiography to be published in the united states.
It depends on what you're studying besides black holes. If you're studying planets along with black holes, you could be an astrophysicist. Or, if you're studying atoms along with black holes, you could be a theoretical physicist. Just a few examples.
Stephen Hawking is nearly paralyzed by a neuro-muscular dystrophy.
Stephen Hawking is nearly paralyzed from a neuro-muscular dystrophy.
not sure but i love hawks i'm reading a book about him try going to new york to see
Stephen Hawking did not discover the law of everything, but he did have big ideas on how the universe began, and also on black holes.
November 15 1689
physics and quantum physics at cambridge university
he lived 68 years and is not dead yet!
Not long before his death, Stephen Hawking published a solution tohis own black hole information paradox.
He talks to people by using a computer that says what is typed into it
The name of the current program that Stephen hawking uses to communicate on his customized computer, donated by Intel, is called EZKeys. He also uses an older piece of software called EQUALIZER, made in 1986 by WordPlus
No, he is an atheist.
Most of the time ALS is not inherited. In about 90% of cases, theperson is the only member of the family with the disease. About 10%of cases are considered "familial ALS.
Stephen Hawking has a computer strapped to his wheelchair the computer is operated through his eye and head movement it selects what he wants to say!!
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No, Stephen Hawking has never received the Nobel prize.
He wasdiagnosed with ALS when he was 21, which was in 1963. By around1974 he was not able to move around by himself or feedhimself.
The famous well known Tony Hawk was born in sandiego california
He has a muscular dystrophy cognate to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), the latter being also known as Lou Gehrig's disease.
Wikipedia gives a timeline in which English scientist Augustus Waller described the appearance of shrivelled nerve fibers in 1850 and Jean-Martin Charcot first described the disease (mentioned as ALS, or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) in 1869. I don't know a thing about Waller, but Charcot was a...
Stephen Hawking is alive at time of writing (January 2012) Hawking has a motor neuron disease (MND) that deteriorates his upper and lower motor neurons. Typical forms of MND include ALS (aka Lou Gherig's disease), progressive lateral sclerosis (PLS), bulbar palsy's (which are diseases that...
God is not ready for him. He is a remarkable person because he is so brilliant. The UK government has kept him alive on machines (breathing, feeding, & speech) for decades because he is able to continue using his brain for scientific research. They give him round the clock care and have paid...
he is alive because he is not dead, because he lives
According to Who2 Biography - as well as various other reputable sources - Stephen Hawking has ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease). Read more about this amazing scientist on Answers.com via the Related link below. It is Lou Gehrig's disease
Stephen Hawking went to the University of Cambrige.
No human can possibly know even a significant amount of what is going on in our Universe.
He was born exactly 300 years after Galileo I'd kinda think that it more relates to the foundations that Galileo had been able to establish of which Albert Einstein was then able to form his theories
he was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's at age 22.
His mother's name is Isobel.
Answer . \nThere were no schools in his day, but his mother was a woman of marked talents and character, and no doubt instructed him in many things. It has come down to us that he inherited his abilities from her. His uncle Wilkinson, the surveyor, probably instructed him in that art, for we...
cosmology,physics,(black hole),mathematics
One of his theories was that, he belived that under certain conditions black holes can give off subatomic particles,s oon to be known as Hawking radiation.
1832. It lasted from May 14, 1832 to August 2, 1832.
X-rays are the best band for studying black holes as the radiations emitted by the black hole is X-rays so we can expect the presence of a black hole anywhere in the Universe.
Actually there has been much debate about this subject. I have heard that a guy named Bryan Tucker who is from Michigan, has contributed a great deal of insight into Quantum Physics, Jailerstatisology. He is definitely all the buzz in scholarly circles.
Stephen and Jane divorced in 1990. Sha had been having an affair with a choirmaster whose wife had died of leukemia. In 1995, Stephen married his nurse Elaine. They were divorced in 2006.
Their life span is usually shorten by 4-6 years.
Since when are diseases "Founded" and not "Discovered".
Usually late teenage years.
He fell off an observatory
I think he had an accident
Stephen Hawking has three children: Robert, Lucy (a novelist), and Timothy (aka Tim).
No he is a Jew.
He plays games on the internet :')
he has got the presidential medal of freedom
yes he went to college at university college, cambridge
Both really intelligent but most of hawking work is based off Einsteins theories. therefor Einstein's gifts inevitably resulted in his dwelling much in intellectual.
English geologist John Michell came up with the theory in the 1800s when he realized that it would be theoretically possible for gravity to be so overwhelmingly strong that nothing -- not even light traveling at 186,000 miles an hour -- could escape.
That is because when Lou Gehrig, a popular baseball player with the Yankees was diagnosed with ALS, anyone after Lou, who was diagnosed , would be compared to the person, the infamous Lou Gehrig, who in all honesty made ALS known to the public.
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis is a degenerative disease of the nerve cells (neurons) in the brain and spinal cord that control voluntary muscle movement. These voluntary muscle movements include the kind of physical movement that Stephen Hawking cant do. Neurons send messages to muscles - the lack...
Yes, ALS (Amyotropic Lateral Sclerosis) is a genetic disorder. It affects the nerve cells involved in voluntary muscle movements. Mutation in a gene that produces enzymes for neuteralisation of free radicals; causes this disease. The free radicals damage the motor neurons. Treatment for ALS has not...
They say he is the most brilliant man on the planet but that is false. He is only famous for his work on black holes and was a contributor. He is not a specialist but he was suppose to get his doctorate in science but his disease prevented that.
Black holes and subatomic particles are a subject of interest inthe fields of astronomy, astrophysics, and particle physics.Perhaps the most famous to bring to light the notion that blackholes could emit particle/antiparticle pairs and thus lose massthrough loss of energy would be Professor Stephen...
Nope, It's ALS that is Lou Gherigs disease. Arterial Lateral Sclerosis.
As a natural phenomenon, black holes were not invented, but theyare first known to have been theorised in the 1780s by JohnMichell. The current concept of a black hole, based on generalrelativity, was first posited by Karl Schwarzschild in 1916.
Jane (who gave him 3 kids) and Elaine
Stephen Hawking is from Oxford England
He used to have a sensor under his eye attached to his glasses, and, the movement from his eye would control the mouse and to click he used to just have a remote in his hand for him to push the button for the left and right click. Now he has sensors attached to his brain and his actual thoughts...
Stephen Hawking has ALS, otherwise known as Lou Gehrig's disease, it is a disabling muscle wasting disease.
yess she is alive but i dont know HOW
I hope he is not right, if he is then Aliens might come to earth but lets hope they will help us and not drain earth's energy sources and they can help us with Global Warming. if they happen to be real and come to earth to help, scientists can research the alien ships and human kind can evolve.
Robert Joy. He has over 100 acting credits in his resume, with numerous TV appearances.
He is still alive.
Discovered the black hole
Stephen Hawking has ALS (AKA: Lou Gehrig's Diesease)
Stephen Hawking has recently argued that there is 'no place for a creator', that God does not exist. In his quantum cosmology " there would be no singularities at which the laws of science broke down and no edge of space-time at which one would have to appeal to God or some new law to set the...