Regarding Stephen Hawking

As I write this we are watching a documentary on Stephen Hawking, the genius theoretical physicist. Looking at his story, and the fact that his illness has made doctors still not understanding why he is not dead yet (according to the diagnosis, he should have died in the ’60s) and his consequent success in science, it makes me believe in God (a little bit). It’s like God had a plan for him but with a twist: “I will make him important but I will take something from him — just to balance it out“.

And he just filed for a divorce (I tried to make my JBQ jealous earlier today joking that I will leave him for Hawking). ;-)

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stormrider wrote on October 23rd, 2006 at 7:33 AM PST:

there is a lot of skepticism concerning Hawking. A lot of physicists (including D. Christodoulou) consider Hawking as a question why the British scientific community promotes this “pathetic figure” (sic) as their cutting edge.
They think his research is far behind the current scientific bastions

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Eugenia wrote on October 23rd, 2006 at 7:43 AM PST:

Just like Einstein, his best work was at his early life. These days he can’t actually use his hand much anymore to type.

mikesum32 wrote on October 23rd, 2006 at 8:17 AM PST:

I remember when his wife was accused of abusing him. I found an article, maybe the one I read. It said the nurses would be called to come up to help, only to find wifey and Stephen having sex. This happened on more than one occasion.

Not to mention the alleged beatings and other abuses.

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Eugenia wrote on October 23rd, 2006 at 8:22 AM PST:

I saw his current wife on the documentary. I really did not like her. She seemed “rough” while moving his head etc. I have an immediate instinct regarding if people are “good” or “bad” when I see them. And my feelings were not good for her.

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