Going beyond SETI, the new organization METI plans to send a message intended for extraterrestrials. But leading scientists and experts including Stephen Hawking are not so sure this is a good idea.
Hawking also said climate change is "one of the greatest dangers we face."
Hawking revealed that his dream of traveling to space could become a reality thanks to Richard Branson's Virgin Galactic
The lauded scientist says leaving the E.U. diminishes Britain's influence in the world.
"...it will help us to recognize our place and our future in the cosmos—which is where I believe our ultimate destiny lies.”
Leading British physicist and cosmologist tells "Good Morning Britain" he is concerned about U.S. president’s environmental policy. Stephen Hawking, the leading British physicist and cosmologist, has said he no longer feels welcome in the US under Donald Trump. Show More Summary
Professor Stephen Hawking, one of the most celebrated minds in science who’s known for his work in unlocking the mysteries of gravity, will soon see his biggest dream become reality as he’s set to venture into outer space soon. In an interview with Piers Morgan on ITV’s Good Morning Britain, Hawking said: My ultimate ambition is to fly into space. Show More Summary
Stephen Hawking has been studying, theorizing, pondering, and writing about the universe and everything that makes it tick for decades upon decades, and now he'll finally get his chance to head into the great unknown for himself. Hawking...Show More Summary
The famed scientist called for the removal of Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt during a recent interview on "Good Morning Britain."
One of the greatest minds in the study of space may get the chance to see it for himself. Noted physicist and cosmologist Stephen Hawking did an interview with Piers Morgan on Good Morning Britain, during which he confirmed that he will be one of the early passengers on Virgin Galactic’s space tourism voyages. Show More Summary
"I said yes immediately."
WASHINGTON — Famed British physicist Stephen Hawking says President Donald Trump’s attacks on the scientific community leave him unsure if he’s still welcome in the United States. “I have many friends and colleagues there, and it is still a place I like and admire in many ways. Show More Summary
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Stephen Hawking with the help of Sir Richard Branson is going to space.
Stephen Hawking may work in theoretical physics, but what he had to say about President Donald Trump is more... literal.
“Richard Branson has offered me a seat on Virgin Galactic, and I said yes immediately,” he said. “I can tell you what will make me happy—to travel in space.”
Professor Stephen Hawking revealed on Good Morning Britain that Richard Branson has offered him a seat, which he accepted without hesitation.
Commentary: Speaking on a British morning show, the physicist worries about America's direction and believes the new head of the Environmental Protection Agency should be fired.
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Stephen Hawking is afraid he might be persona non grata in America, reports the Guardian, due to the Trump administration's views on the environment and British cosmologist's past criticism of those views. In a conversation Monday with ITV's Good Morning Britain, Hawking said the US has swung "to a right-wing,...