Stephen Hawking, one of the best astrophysicists of all time, has died, R.I. P.


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— Some of those who “knew,” said that quantum mechanics
was sterile and dying, (because the problems it couldn’t solve
were major problems, and for these physicists nothing was in sight
which might take the place of quantum thinking
nor the place of Einstein’s relativity in physics.
Late in Stephen Hawking’s career, he was able
to see how quantum thinking would work hand in hand with Einstein’s relativity
in what is today called “Unified field theory.”
Hawking also gave us a much better appreciation of a better
way to understand so-called “black holes.” And he
did it from a wheelchair from which he could
not even stand up. God Bless you good sir, R.I.P.

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Stephen Hawking, one of the best
astrophysicists of all time, has died, R.I. P.

Perhaps with this short blog post in tribute
to a man like Stephen Hawking, a wake
might be more appropriate.

The Daily Walk with Love, March 15, 2018, by Paul Evans. This is just a note to familiarize any readers who have not yet acquainted themselves with the strong accomplishments of Stephen Hawking, with a few links for those who might want to know more, and a decent video to watch, Why exploring space matters | Stephen Hawking | TEDxLondon, a ten plus minute look into some central thoughts of Dr. Hawking. Overall, the present article is an exploration into just who Stephen Hawking was, but mainly what some of the most important ideas and conclusions which he came to explore and understand over the years.

From my personal Facebook page. Which apologies, my own commentary is intermixed with material I quote from from a couple of different sources, below.

Astrophysicist Stephen Hawking has died at age 76. He accomplished the “impossible” reconciliation of quantum physics with other major types of astronomical physics, such as Einstein’s theory of relativity. Mathematically this involved reconciling entities which existed as amounts divided by zero, which is not possible, normally or even hypothetically. Hawking thus quantified a new kind of astronomical physical reality called the “Unified Field Theory,” which is now accepted reality (or believed to be true) by the scientific community every time it has been tested. It should be realized that although Hawking’s ideas in the Unified field theory ring true, these ideas are in their youth in terms of all they explain (but they explain a lot which previously had no explanation).

Hawking also forged an entirely different view of black holes than had existed before. What he explained is that while black holes do in fact destroy matter which gets “sucked” into them, light, in fact, is reflected off of (at least most) black holes, in such a way that Christians might conceive that that which is perfect (light in certain wavelengths) can never be destroyed. And he made his discoveries traveling all over the world while in a special wheelchair, from which he could not even stand up. Hawking has been described as “humanity’s brightest star.” God Bless you Steven Hawking, wherever you are, R.I.P.

See BBC News, which notes that among non-technical people, Hawking is remembered especially by his book, “A Brief History of Time.;” and also see Professor Stephen Hawking is dead at 76 (CNBC). Hawking is also known for providing much of the plot for the 2014 movie, “The Theory of Everything.” He also survived his own, debilitating and ultimately fatal condition called ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease.

See Stephen Hawking warned Artificial Intelligence could end human race, Economic Times of India, March 14, 2018, by

In the last few years, Hawking repeatedly warned about the threat of climate change, artificial intelligence, population burden and hostile aliens. “I fear that AI may replace humans altogether. If people design computer viruses, someone will design AI that improves and replicates itself. This will be a new form of life that outperforms humans,” he told Economic Times of India.

CNBC: “In recent months, Hawking warned vocally about the dangers posed by artificial intelligence. Last year, he said A.I. could be the ‘worst event in the history of our civilization.'”

Professor Stephen Hawking on
humanity’s necessary future in space

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