Stephen Hawking, the next Einstein of the 21st century. He explores the mysteries of the universe with the help of modern physics and technology. The concepts of black holes, gravitational waves, baby universes, the big bang, time wraps, time travel, imaginary time, string theory, theory of everything, unified theory, and many others are contributed to Stephen Hawking's work. Moreover, Hawking's discoveries made the boring subject of physics a great journey to explore.
In this biography we are going to address Stephen Hawking's personal life into some detail - marriages, divorces, affairs and costly mistakes. You are also going to learn about Stephen's disease and why it happened. How it developed?
Stephen Hawking showed an amazing strength of character when coping with the devastating disease that slowly deteriorated his life. Doctors gave him only two years to live, but he managed to escape this paradigm long time ago and found the motivation in life to move forward. In this biography, we are going to explore how Hawking coped with depression, biased thoughts, struggles and other related issues to his condition and state of mind. Even if Hawking's theories were proven wrong, he would be remembered as someone with very strong character and stamina. It takes determination, motivation, will power and assertiveness to cope with the enormous physical difficulties not many people possess. In fact, he's known to have a good sense of humor despite all that.
Hawking's goal was to fully understand the universe, its purpose and existence. He's not just a scientist, but a celebrity. Many people like him because of his stamina, work flow and dedication to explore more and dig deeper into the subject.
What motivated Stephen? Why he got divorced? How he changed the perception of the world we live? What's coming next? What if he's wrong?
This is just the tip of the iceberg of what you'll learn about Stephen Hawking in this book.
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