Hawking said Vedas have theory superior to Einstein's e=mc^2: S&T min Vardhan

Hawking said Vedas have theory superior to Einstein's e=mc^2: S&T min Vardhan

He proved his physicians wrong and fortunately, developing technology such as the speech synthesizer, he used to speak with, helped Professor Hawking continue his trailblazing work, despite the many physical challenges of his progressive neurodegenerative condition. Hawking held the Lucasian chair of Mathematics at Cambridge University, a position once filled by Isaac Newton.

"Despite his disability, he had a great sense of humour and was able to do incredible things to inspire a lot of people", Laflamme said. Three years ago, he sent a message to the 2015 World Economic Forum at Davos, summing up his view. His bestselling book "A brief history of time", and its sequels, have drawn lay public into the esoteric realms of space, time and black holes.

"That verification is hard to do, since a black hole of mass like the Sun emits at a temperature one millionth of a degree above absolute zero, and its temperature is even lower if it is heavier", the physicist adds.

Bhatkar is now the chancellor of the Nalanda University and on a government panel that has been set up for carrying out scientifically validated research on cow derivatives, including its urine, and its benefit.

Over the years, the professor appeared in a number of movies and television shows such as Star Trek: The Next Generation, the Simpsons, and the Big Bang Theory. Several films dramatized his own life, including the "The Theory of Everything", which won Eddie Redmayne an Oscar for his portrayal of Hawking. He made major contributions to theoretical physics over a half-century of work.

In December 2016, just 15 months before his death in Cambridge this week, Stephen Hawking wrote a powerful column for The Guardian about the Brexit vote earlier that year, and how the world's elites should react to it. "God is the reason why existence itself exists". Actually, I think it kind of emphasizes it. I'd say that, statistically, it is an even better bet that I will never know of that person. There is no heaven or afterlife. But now science offers a more convincing explanation. "I'm sure Neymar meant no harm, but come on". He saw himself as one of the new priests of reason, having dethroned the old priests of faith and superstition. Perhaps more than anyone else, he inspired me to look at what someone can do rather than what they can't. "I believe that Hawking's enormous strength defying his illness, and the image of his mind overcoming the weakness of his body, no doubt caught the popular imagination and enhanced interest in his ideas and vision of the Universe". This suggested an analogy with entropy and the second law of thermodynamics, which predicts that disorder of a closed system always increases. Closed, but possibly without beginning or end. The shepherd king David's awe at the vastness of the universe - and worship of the one who created it - stirred him to declare to the Creator in Psalm 8 that He made man "a little lower than the heavenly beings and crowned him with glory and honor".

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