"Venus is like Earth in so many ways," explains Stephen Hawking. "A sort of kissing cousin. She's almost the same size as Earth, a touch closer to the Sun. And, she has an atmosphere that could crush a submarine." In...
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Stephen Oh has his finger on the pulse of the Spurs and locked in a pick for Monday's holiday matinee
Stephen Hawking is one of the most well-known physicists on the planet, from his theories that have changed humanity’s collective understanding of life on Earth and the goings-on of space and time to his enduring spirit that has allowed...Show More Summary
Commentary: In the second-ever episode of "Favorite Places," the famed physicist says Venus used to be like our Earth. Then it overheated.
Professor Stephen Hawking has once again warned us about the unbearably hot future of Earth. Veuer's Sam Berman has the full story.
The renowned physicist has reached an age far beyond what doctors expected he was diagnosed more than 50 years ago
Another Monday, plus, Typing Day. Birthdays today: Elvis Presley, Shirley Bassey, David Bowie, Stephen Hawking. What fragrance are you wearing? I'm wearing good old Houbigant Aperçu, which I wore for the Forgotten Friend project in June 2014. Show More Summary
What would Stephen do? When it comes to scientific mysteries, sorry Neil deGrasse but that’s the question most people ask … what would theoretical physicist and recognized smartest person on the planet Stephen Hawking do, think or predict? On the other hand, when it comes to UFO mysteries … who ya gonna call? “They should... Read more »
Stephen Hawkings is known for his groundbreaking achievements in science, but many do not realize that the physicist is also recognized for making predictions about the future of humanity and Earth. This year the Oxford professor made some of the most insane predictions to date, some of which may...
Stephen Hawking has made many grim predictions this year about humanity, including one that we could be overtaken by AI and that Earth may become as hot as Venus.
Make these paper snowflakes to celebrate famous scientists such as Thomas Edison, Nikola Tesla, Jane Goodall and more for the holidays.
Melvyn Bragg, Richard Eyre, David Lascelles, David Owen, Jonathan Pryce, Ken Loach, Rebecca O’Brien, Paul Laverty, John McCarthy, Alan Bennett and Helena Kennedy join the fight against accountable care organisations We share Professor...Show More Summary
A team of researchers, including Stephen Hawking, is investigating whether the first known object from outside the solar system contains the first sign of life beyond our planet. Image: ESO/M. Kornmesser Read moreil this | Linking Blogs | Comments
A team of researchers, including Stephen Hawking, is investigating whether the first known object from outside the solar system contains the first sign of life beyond our planet.
Physicist’s dispute with health secretary is reignited as he joins action against changes he fears could lead to more privatisation Stephen Hawking has reignited his public dispute with Jeremy Hunt by joining a legal action aimed atShow More Summary
Stephen Hawking doesn’t want humans calling out to extraterrestrials because they may follow the signal and visit us. What is he afraid of? Whatever it is, a new study found that he’s in a small minority of people who fear our first (or perhaps next) contact with alien life forms. Based on how humans have... Read more »
Do you trust Elon Musk and Stephen Hawking when they warn that artificial intelligence, particularly in autonomous weapons, may be advancing faster than we can control it? Have you ever been steered wrong by a Google map? Would you trust Google in more difficult tasks, like creating artificial intelligence? Do you believe Google has the... Read more »
Renowned physicist Stephen Hawking took a surprisingly political tone when asked this week what his message for President Donald Trump would be. Read more...
The renowned physicist mused on Trump and the politicization of science to "Wired."