Does The Future Of Humanity Lie In Space? (via Planetsave) World-renowned astrophysicist Stephen Hawking, and Buzz Aldrin, the second man to walk on the moon, are united by a common belief. They are members of an influential group of scientists and visionaries who believe that the long-term future of the human…
This photo of Stephen Hawking blows our mind as much as our mind would be blown if we read anything that Stephen Hawking has written! In Cambridge, England over the weekend, Stephen was getting out his car when bachelor Chris Hallam and his ten friends (who were all apparently dressed as the superhero Bananaman) asked him [...]
When a gaggle of revelling friends were celebrating a bachelor party last weekend in Cambridge, England, they had no idea they would happen upon preeminent physicist Stephen Hawking. But yes, it happened. And they did what most of us...Show More Summary
If you go out on a Saturday night in Cambridge, you might run into Stephen Hawking and when that happens you may as well ask him to pose for a photo. Even if you are on a stag party dressed as a 1980s British cartoon character. (Image Credit: South West News Service via Buzzfeed.)
Here's a brief history of some lost, drunken blokes trying to talk noted physicist Stephen Hawking into coming along on their bachelor party. Read more...
Stephen Hawking took a break from being smarter than everyone else this weekend... to hang out at a BACHELOR PARTY... and dude even posed for a picture! The Hawk was out in Cambridge on Saturday night... when he was approached by a bunch of…
World-renowned astrophysicist Stephen Hawking, and Buzz Aldrin, the second man to walk on the moon, are united by a common belief. They are members of an influential group of scientists and visionaries who believe that the long-termShow More Summary
Michio Kaku is a theoretical physicist. He recently appeared on Jon Stewart's "The Daily Show."
Update by Stephen Babb at 4:25 pm ET, Feb. 20 Despite the potential of finding a better fit in Atlanta, Antawn Jamison may be on to his next stop soon enough. Could a contender be in the hunt? ---End of Update--- Amidst reports linking...Show More Summary
Hank Green of SciShow explains what celebrated astrophysicist Stephen Hawking actually said recently about black holes, and why it’s different than what most reporters, well, reported. Hank explains the science behind recent reports that physics great Stephen Hawking said “there are no black holes.” There are. They’re just super complicated.
You’ve probably all read it, Stephen Hawking recently changed his mind about the nature of black holes, with many news outlets reporting that the astrophysicist said that black holes do not exist. But this isn’t true, and that’s not what he said at all. For those interested, you can check out Stephen Hawking’s paper on […]
On January 24, the journal Nature published an article entitled "There are no black holes." In a brief article published on arXiv, a scientific preprint server, Stephen Hawking proposed a theory of black holes that could reconcile the principles of...
Bill O'Reilly was hawking his Obama interview everywhere in the world and Colbert had enough. He stole Bill O's microwave oven back in 2007 because it is a historic artifact and he's now auctioning it off. Colbert: The Superbowl wasShow More Summary
Benedict Cumberbatch earned his first BAFTA nomination in 2005 for portraying Stephen Hawking in the BBC drama Hawking. He’s added three more since then and on Thursday, at The Standard High Line, he will be in a sense returning the favor(s). Cumberbatch is the first participant in the newly launched New York leg of BAFTA’s “In Conversation” series. Show More Summary
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A few years back, Stephen Hawking famously told the Guardian, “I regard the brain as a computer which will stop working when its components fail… There is no heaven or afterlife for broken-down computers; that is a fairy story for people afraid of the dark.”
Famous scientists, from Pythagoras to Stephen Hawking, get the nerdulent logos they deserve. If physicists and mathematicians can't be rock stars, why can't they at least have rock star logos? No reason at all, as these 50 incredible "scientific typographics" of influential cosmologists and scientists from Pythagoras to Stephen Hawking make abundantly clear. Read Full Story
Partway through Hawking, a moving new PBS documentary on the life and work of British physicist Stephen Hawking, narrated via voice synthesizer by the man himself, Hawking raises a delicate point. “Sometimes I wonder,” he says, “If I’m...Show More Summary
Is Stephen Hawking messing with our heads? The famed astrophysicist has shaken up the world of popular science with his newest study about the basic nature of black holes, but is his theory truly as radical as it sounds in...
You've probably seen plenty of headlines this week proclaiming "Stephen Hawking Says Black Holes Don't Exist," and heard people who read those headlines chattering excitedly about this seemingly huge shift in astrophysics. But as PopMech wisely points out, that's not an accurate summary of what Hawking actually said. Read more...