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Started by licksipsuckit at 14,Mar,18 00:03  other posts of licksipsuckit
the brain of the century has passed and the world of science will miss him dearly *lix*

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By Samcro816 at 28,Mar,18 02:35 other posts of Samcro816 
Rest in peace, Stephen. You will be missed by so many.

By Shugga101 at 15,Mar,18 11:10 other posts of Shugga101 
A neutron walked into a bar and asked "How much for a beer?" The barman said for you, no charge."
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Love his SOH too. I bought a Brief History of Time in 88, when it was first published.
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They sent Tombaughs remains and Scottys into space. He should have his ashes in orbit or something.

How do you organise a party in space?

You plan it (Planet) Sorry.
By #550462 at 18,Mar,18 22:13
I don't fancy a party in space, there wouldn't be any atmosphere.

By shadyedd at 16,Mar,18 09:44 other posts of shadyedd 
May be GOD called him to prove he exist... RIP

By Sands at 14,Mar,18 05:13 other posts of Sands 
I don't believe in coincidental, but he died on Albert Einstein's birthday and Pi Day.
By leopoldij at 14,Mar,18 08:44 other posts of leopoldij 
Pi? What is pi?
By BearBen_SYD at 14,Mar,18 13:22 other posts of BearBen_SYD 
International Pi Day The number π is a mathematical constant. Originally defined as the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter, it now has various equivalent definitions and appears in many formulas in all areas of mathematics and physics (old school 22/7=3.141592
By leopoldij at 14,Mar,18 14:09 other posts of leopoldij 
Oh Yes. But what does 14 of March have to do with π?
By #482237 at 14,Mar,18 14:26
common mistake,,,it was the day the bakery made pies,,, some physicist called it pie day and everyone thought he was talking about diameters and circumferences in the cosmos
By leopoldij at 14,Mar,18 14:53 other posts of leopoldij 
By licksipsuckit at 15,Mar,18 03:29 other posts of licksipsuckit 
americans do every thing backwards, they write the date as month, day and year, instead day month and year, so pi day is the date, 3.14, same as starwars day is may the 4th, *lix*
By leopoldij at 15,Mar,18 07:39 other posts of leopoldij 

By BearBen_SYD at 14,Mar,18 23:04 other posts of BearBen_SYD 
I Googled & got this:

"Pi Day is celebrated every year March 14 as the first three digits of pi are three, one and four, representing the date. This day was officially recognized by the U.S. House of Representatives in 2009 to help the country "reinforce mathematics and science education for all students in order to better prepare our **** for the future and in order to compete in a 21st Century economy."

It is believed earliest known official celebration of Pi Day was organized by American physicist Larry Shaw in 1988 at the San Francisco Exploratorium.

Pi, which represents the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter, is an important part of the foundation of mathematics. The ancient Babylonians calculated pi roughly 4,000 years ago."

seem it's another US contrivance

By Screwy at 14,Mar,18 21:52 other posts of Screwy 
radius, not diameter ...

By talk4s at 14,Mar,18 13:45 other posts of talk4s 
WOW! So WEIRDLY...wonderful.

By t-rex at 14,Mar,18 22:21 other posts of t-rex 
R.i.P, an amazing man and an amazing mind

By #545362 at 14,Mar,18 16:40
A fantastic mind now quiet...RIP.

By leopoldij at 14,Mar,18 13:05 other posts of leopoldij 
Higgs boson walks into a church.
Priest: "We don't allow Higgs bosons in here."
Boson: "Without me you wouldn't have a mass."
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By #545362 at 14,Mar,18 16:38
Great !

By dura2000 at 14,Mar,18 15:11 other posts of dura2000 
A very sad day and the loss of one of the greatest minds of our time.

By talk4s at 14,Mar,18 15:08 other posts of talk4s 
Einstein and Stephen Hawking will be forever joined in history in their quest to understand the Universe and our place in it...Neener, neener as Hawking once said to Sheldon in his cool computer voice, 50+ years after he was supposed to be long since dead...So sad...that such intelligence does not grace ANYBODY in power on this planet today. Or EVER in it's past history...WHY THE HELL IS THAT???!!!...I know why...maybe you do too...If you don't, I'll tell you...Because people in power are ONLY interested in themselves. Only seeing the infinitesimally tiny orb they inhabit as being so incredibly and unimaginably BIG that their infinitesimally tiny minds cannot comprehend things like Global Warming, gigantic gyres in the Pacific Ocean full of man made garbage, fishing the ENTIRE planet of it's fish, killing ALL the big game in Africa, either thru Trophy hunting or's nothing to be concerned about to those of infinitesimally tiny minds. After all, Earth is so big it can support any number of 'US' doing whatever we want as far as killing and eating lower life forms! To hell with contraception because ALL humans are valuable! Simply because...the NEXT birth could produce another Stephen Hawking or Albert Einstein. No matter that the OVERWHELMING population of humans amount to nothing beyond living paycheck to paycheck. Or being 'Cannon Fodder' over Centuries of unchecked Dictatorial types that kill their citizens either outright or thru starvation...Or most likely. Thru War...After all, they have to maintain power at all costs...because they are 'special'...just like most of us think we are...

By Louis at 14,Mar,18 14:44 other posts of Louis 
Rest in Peace. Thank You for hours of fascinating reading.

By #482237 at 14,Mar,18 14:38

"I don't have much positive to say about motor neuron disease. But it taught me not to pity myself, because others were worse off and to get on with what I still could do," Hawking told The New York Times.

Mr Hawking made most of us rethink our troubles. This little man with his wasted body due to his ALS was truly A GIANT OF A MAN. A thousand year man. He will be missed for a lot more than his science contributions. His humanity was without equal. RIP

By 67malibu at 14,Mar,18 12:13 other posts of 67malibu 
amazing man

By Big_Balled_Artist at 14,Mar,18 12:02 other posts of Big_Balled_Artist 
Je will Come back younger tomorow, in a time machine

By aoneeyedmonster at 14,Mar,18 11:58 other posts of aoneeyedmonster 
amazing man

By virtueel at 14,Mar,18 09:51 other posts of virtueel 
He was a great man of mankind, may he rest in peace

By #545800 at 14,Mar,18 09:23
RIP Mr Hawkins

By kalebi at 14,Mar,18 07:41 other posts of kalebi 
A sad day for the world!

By fredharry at 14,Mar,18 07:14 other posts of fredharry 
dearly missed

By AussieMan187 at 14,Mar,18 05:25 other posts of AussieMan187 
Lix always says that she thinks he never was in control of his voice computer. That she thinks someone else was typing what he said in his computer
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RIP btw. He contributed a lot to humanity
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By showoff100 at 14,Mar,18 05:11 other posts of showoff100 
RIP Stephen Hawking absolute genius

By Lonewolf2050 at 14,Mar,18 04:54 other posts of Lonewolf2050 
Steven Hawking
May your soul forever rest in the stars above.

By niginni at 14,Mar,18 04:52 other posts of niginni 
RIP Professor Stephen Hawking


On death: ‘I have lived with the prospect of an early death for the last 49 years. I’m not afraid of death, but I’m in no hurry to die. I have so much I want to do first’ – Interview in The Guardian, May 2011.

By DESIRE at 14,Mar,18 03:52 other posts of DESIRE 
My deepest condolences to Steven Hawking.

By BearBen_SYD at 14,Mar,18 03:33 other posts of BearBen_SYD 

By Tomymadis at 14,Mar,18 02:10 other posts of Tomymadis 
Yea frnd its too sad

By Indefatigable at 14,Mar,18 01:22 other posts of Indefatigable 

By #540910 at 14,Mar,18 01:10
He was amazing, inspirational, a great man.

By #551537 at 14,Mar,18 01:08
Oh no how very sad! I didn't even know..R.I.P. Steven Hawking.

By superstud at 14,Mar,18 01:07 other posts of superstud 
An truly amazing person!!

By Tomymadis at 14,Mar,18 00:58 other posts of Tomymadis 
Who passed

By t-rex at 14,Mar,18 00:42 other posts of t-rex 
Oh no,,, what an amazing mind, what a sad story

By #482237 at 14,Mar,18 00:37
Oh my God. Truly a sad day.

By #548902 at 14,Mar,18 00:09
just saw this myself on Twitter...sad day for all.

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