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Discussion in 'General Off-Topic' started by 0atsmea1, Mar 14, 2018 at 7:27 AM.
What a great guy, so sad he past away today. 76, so young...
Sad. He was a great physicist.
I am legitimately shocked.
You may not know, he passed away yesterday
oh damn, r.i.p the last intelligent person in american society
He was british tho
didn't say he was american
he knew too much
Oh, you know what's weird right now I listening to Sm7iiy play Cards and he's doing a gay Stephen Hawkins impersonation.
Also he burned the living shit out of John Oliver
I will miss Stephen Hawking. He was a true inspiration and role model. Goodbye Mr. Hawking may you enjoy your long slumber.
A big loss for humanity.
If you haven't, I suggest to watch the biographic movie 'Theory of everything' (which was also praised by himself)
I weep for the loss of one of mankind's most renowned and respected man, both on Earth and somewhere far beyond our comprehension. Not only was he one of the greatest minds in modern society, but he also was an outstanding human as well, and although the world dealt him some unfortunate cards, he still went throughout his life with a smile on his face and a respectively hellbent desire to further mankind's knowledge of the cosmos.
Godspeed, Mr. Hawking, and best wishes on your future endeavors... whatever and wherever they may be. Hopefully, we as a society will continue along the path you have laid out for us with haste. You may no longer be with us, but the impact you have made upon humanity will stand the test of time. We, as humans, shall tell of your endeavors for eons and eons to come.
Let us not dwell on his passing, but let us remember him for the profound and ever-reaching impact he made on all of us. Let us come together in remembrance of this great man.
Godspeed, Mr. Hawking, godspeed.
The world had a big loss yesterday, I think a small moment of silence from the community would be a kind gesture to honour the life of one of the most renowned human beings ever to walk this earth