Stephen Hawking took his last breath last night during midnight and shortly passed away. In addition to his long living with a disorder, one of Stephen's organs malfunctioned and killed him. This was very unfortunate,
but we should always remember the history this smart man created.
Birth and childhood Edit
Stephen Hawking was born on January 8, 1942, in Oxford, England. His father, Frank was a medical researcher. His mother was one of the first female graduates from the Oxford University. Hawking was the oldest of four children, and was born when his family was going through a crunch throughout the event of WWII. He went to St. Albans School, but wasn't too brilliant. He wanted to know more of what happened outside of the classroom. He found it hard to concentrate in class, but he created new things with his time and his brain.
Graduation and life Edit
Hawking went to the University of Cambridge to study cosmology, but wasn't interested in the bookish things. In 1970, Stephen Hawking discovered the 'Second Law of Black Hole Dynamics.' According to it, the event horizon of a black hole can never get smaller. Hawking visited Moscow in 1973 and his discussions helped him to come up with ‘Hawking Radiation.' He started to get recognized for his research and discoveries throughout his experience with print and TV interviews, and in 1975, he was awarded the Eddington Medal and the Pius XI Gold Medal, Dannie Heineman Prize and the Maxwell Prize.