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Do you know who Stephen Hawking is? During his life, this outstanding scientist and science popularizer made many discoveries and truly bold assumptions about the Universe. At the age of 20 Hawking began to show signs of a deadly disease: amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. After discovering this condition, doctors thought the scientist wouldn't live more than two and a half years, but he was one tough lucky bastard. Instead of sinking into despair, Hawking set himself an amazing goal: to fully understand the universe. He was really stubborn at trying to achieve this goal throughout his life. Having lost the ability to walk and even speak, he continued to travel around the world, he met with a variety of people, he even appeared on the screen, and, of course, he never stopped his researches for a day. On March 14th, 2018, Steven Hawking passed away, but his scientific theories will keep intriguing the humanity for several decades. In today's video, we are gonna explain some of his most amazing theories

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Rogers
Rogers
21 July 2019

that teory has no true evidence, no one know the true. 14 miliard of years ago....anyone was there? no

O j
O j
21 July 2019

So in the beginning there was nothing and nothing exploded and everything existed even humans? Like we came from plasma and the plasma came alive find somebody to marry and population went on?

Zeeshan Muhammad
Zeeshan Muhammad
20 July 2019

I dont see what the whole fuss is all about.. Hawkings was just a smart guy who was inflifted with a desease which rendered his cognitive skills useless. So other scientist were feeling pitiful and let him publish stuff which otherwise couldbhave been realised by any high school sciene teacher as well. And they also felt sorry at his state so let him name a some radiation after himself.hawking radiation.he hasnt written any note worthy scientific theory or has scientifically contributed anything of real value. which can be studied and could be experimented on. Infact. All hes done is give us interesting stories to read which even Isaac aasimov did or thatbother dude who creayed scientology. His Scifi predictions are much likethat of Nosterdamus. So considering there really isnt any serious contribution hee produced. Its noy like he deciphered gravity or even proved Relativity .. hes jussst another smart guy with mental capacity of that of a high school sceince teacher . Nothing more nothing less. I really don't see whats all the fuss about. Frankly he really wasnt all that of a celebrity to begin with. He could have been very famous and rrich had he been a Motivational speaker instead. you dont u think"

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Chuck Norris once pulled out a single hair from his beard and skewered three men through the heart with it.

Russell Barton
Russell Barton
20 July 2019

@UCCCqVnpTtI50qj1LLxO0jSQ @UCCCqVnpTtI50qj1LLxO0jSQ @ My New Theory on Black Holes and what they really are, and I am sorry Steven If a Scientist told you that a planet can't be to big otherwise it would be a star.. Tell them that their wrong.. A star is made up of mainly hydrogen and Helium. If its not big enough it wouldn't have enough gravity to cause fusion within its core. If it doesn't have enough gravity it will just be a planet like Jupiter, "a gas giant". Now if the planet doesn't have these gases and its made up of mainly of metal, then what? It could be as big and have more gravity than a star, it wouldn't be able to create fusion, and it wouldn't be a star. Its quite simple really.. Now if a planet as we would call it right now could be bigger than a star, then a star would orbit the planet if the star had less gravity than the planet. Well there you go, A black hole is really just a super planet. and since its not a star, it wouldn't give off any light, which is why we can't see it perhaps. So at the center of each galaxies are super massive planets, and if these so called super planets as I call them have enough gravity, the electromagnetic waves of certain kinds of radiation would be absorbed by the mass so that we can't see their reflection. If these planets don't have enough gravity to absorb radiation, then what we call White Dwarf Stars, are just extremely large planets that are 100 times bigger than Jupiter at the least. My Hypothesis for planets being black holes came from my theory about the white dwarf star called Sirius-B, and to me, these two hypothesis's are more logical, simple and more believable then what the current theories present to the astronomical field of science. This would also explain why there seems to be more matter within galaxies then what we currently see, and this would also solve the dark matter issue. "There isn't dark matter"!, well not what current hypothesis instates. Dark matter is just all the asteroids, planets, gases and etc., that we just can't see, and it's as simple as that. My Theory of the star "Sirius-B" that is a co-orbital of "Sirius-A". In 1862 the American astronomer, Alvan Graham Clark, noted a spark of dim light near Sirius. As the books say, He was in fact seeing Sirius dark companion, which had a magnitude of "7.1" 0.008 as luminous as Sirius. This spark of dim light is now called Sirius-B. - It was calculated that Sirius-B is 2.5 times smaller than Sirius-A, and they both circle a center of gravity every fifty years. - The effect on Sirius-A, by Sirius-B was determined that it must have a mass just about equal to that of our sun, but it's luminosity was only about 1/130th as great.. What bothered astronomers was if Sirius-B was 1/130th less as luminous than the sun, it should be cooler, and shine with a red light. Instead, it shines with a white light that is just like that of Sirius-A.. - A light spectrum was analyzed, by W.S. Adams in 1915 of Siries-B and found that the surface temperature of Sirius-B was 10,000 degrees C. Which was as hot as the surface of Sirius-A, and a lot hotter than the surface of our sun. - This meant that every bit of Sirius-B's surface was blazing out more light than equal portions of our sun's surface.. - Why would Sirius-B be so much less luminous than our sun, and astronomers only answer was that there was very little surface to Sirius-B. It was small, and was the first to be discovered of a whole class of white- hot, but very small stars now known today as "White Dwarf" stars. Astronomers supposively know that the diameter of Sirius-B is only 6,900 miles in dia. . Smaller than Earth, but it must have the mass of the sun in order to exert enough gravitational pull to force Sirius-A out of it's direct path, making it waver. Astronomers worked out the density of Sirius-B and it turns out to be about "33,000,000 grams per cubic centimeter" Um, water is 1 gram per cubic centimeter if you were wondering.. The gravity must be 462,000 times that of Earth they said. "My theory regarding Sirius-B is since it's smaller than earth, but has a gravitational pull 462,000 times as great as Earth. If I were a star. "Just to remind you'', are made up, "mainly", of hydrogen and Helium, and these elements are needed for Fusion to occur for a star to produce it's own light. Since its density is 33,000,000 grams per cubic centimeter, extremely dense matter would exist, elements that are unknown to mankind, and elements in the form of hydrogen wouldn't be in the equation. - Since it has the same light spectrum as Sirius-A, The only one thing that could explain this, and would be the most likely of explanations, is that the light coming from Sirius-B is light that's being reflected off of it that's originated from Sirius-A. - Sirius-B isn't a star.. "It's a freaking planet people" White Dwarf Stars are all Planets...Russell Barton updated his status. March 24, 2017 · [email protected]@t

FnogChi
FnogChi
21 July 2019

@franciiscooo8: @FnogChi sembra una conversazione tra einstein e Stephen Hawking

We_Have_Risen
We_Have_Risen
21 July 2019

@DonnaHarless7 Little St. James + Submarine + Stephen Hawking = 🤷🏽‍♂️

MplsAngie
MplsAngie
21 July 2019

“We have this one life to appreciate the grand design of the universe, and for that I am extremely grateful.” ~Stephen Hawking

JorgeColon
JorgeColon
21 July 2019

@brainpickings: “The universe is the ultimate free lunch.” In his final published work, Stephen Hawking answers the ultimate question:…

alifakhruddin
Alifakhruddin
21 July 2019

Stephen Hawking has a beautiful message for anyone who suffers depression

ClaudiaAgueroS1
ClaudiaAgueroS1
21 July 2019

Selensezer9
Selensezer9
21 July 2019

Stephen hawking'in kızına mesaj attım bana geri dönüş yapmadı bu da aynı babası gibi burnu havada herhalde 😂

Russell Barton
Russell Barton
20 July 2019

@UCCCqVnpTtI50qj1LLxO0jSQ @UCCCqVnpTtI50qj1LLxO0jSQ @ My New Theory on Black Holes and what they really are, and I am sorry Steven If a Scientist told you that a planet can't be to big otherwise it would be a star.. Tell them that their wrong.. A star is made up of mainly hydrogen and Helium. If its not big enough it wouldn't have enough gravity to cause fusion within its core. If it doesn't have enough gravity it will just be a planet like Jupiter, "a gas giant". Now if the planet doesn't have these gases and its made up of mainly of metal, then what? It could be as big and have more gravity than a star, it wouldn't be able to create fusion, and it wouldn't be a star. Its quite simple really.. Now if a planet as we would call it right now could be bigger than a star, then a star would orbit the planet if the star had less gravity than the planet. Well there you go, A black hole is really just a super planet. and since its not a star, it wouldn't give off any light, which is why we can't see it perhaps. So at the center of each galaxies are super massive planets, and if these so called super planets as I call them have enough gravity, the electromagnetic waves of certain kinds of radiation would be absorbed by the mass so that we can't see their reflection. If these planets don't have enough gravity to absorb radiation, then what we call White Dwarf Stars, are just extremely large planets that are 100 times bigger than Jupiter at the least. My Hypothesis for planets being black holes came from my theory about the white dwarf star called Sirius-B, and to me, these two hypothesis's are more logical, simple and more believable then what the current theories present to the astronomical field of science. This would also explain why there seems to be more matter within galaxies then what we currently see, and this would also solve the dark matter issue. "There isn't dark matter"!, well not what current hypothesis instates. Dark matter is just all the asteroids, planets, gases and etc., that we just can't see, and it's as simple as that. My Theory of the star "Sirius-B" that is a co-orbital of "Sirius-A". In 1862 the American astronomer, Alvan Graham Clark, noted a spark of dim light near Sirius. As the books say, He was in fact seeing Sirius dark companion, which had a magnitude of "7.1" 0.008 as luminous as Sirius. This spark of dim light is now called Sirius-B. - It was calculated that Sirius-B is 2.5 times smaller than Sirius-A, and they both circle a center of gravity every fifty years. - The effect on Sirius-A, by Sirius-B was determined that it must have a mass just about equal to that of our sun, but it's luminosity was only about 1/130th as great.. What bothered astronomers was if Sirius-B was 1/130th less as luminous than the sun, it should be cooler, and shine with a red light. Instead, it shines with a white light that is just like that of Sirius-A.. - A light spectrum was analyzed, by W.S. Adams in 1915 of Siries-B and found that the surface temperature of Sirius-B was 10,000 degrees C. Which was as hot as the surface of Sirius-A, and a lot hotter than the surface of our sun. - This meant that every bit of Sirius-B's surface was blazing out more light than equal portions of our sun's surface.. - Why would Sirius-B be so much less luminous than our sun, and astronomers only answer was that there was very little surface to Sirius-B. It was small, and was the first to be discovered of a whole class of white- hot, but very small stars now known today as "White Dwarf" stars. Astronomers supposively know that the diameter of Sirius-B is only 6,900 miles in dia. . Smaller than Earth, but it must have the mass of the sun in order to exert enough gravitational pull to force Sirius-A out of it's direct path, making it waver. Astronomers worked out the density of Sirius-B and it turns out to be about "33,000,000 grams per cubic centimeter" Um, water is 1 gram per cubic centimeter if you were wondering.. The gravity must be 462,000 times that of Earth they said. "My theory regarding Sirius-B is since it's smaller than earth, but has a gravitational pull 462,000 times as great as Earth. If I were a star. "Just to remind you'', are made up, "mainly", of hydrogen and Helium, and these elements are needed for Fusion to occur for a star to produce it's own light. Since its density is 33,000,000 grams per cubic centimeter, extremely dense matter would exist, elements that are unknown to mankind, and elements in the form of hydrogen wouldn't be in the equation. - Since it has the same light spectrum as Sirius-A, The only one thing that could explain this, and would be the most likely of explanations, is that the light coming from Sirius-B is light that's being reflected off of it that's originated from Sirius-A. - Sirius-B isn't a star.. "It's a freaking planet people" White Dwarf Stars are all Planets...Russell Barton updated his status. March 24, 2017 · [email protected]@t

*IRON* *MAN*
*IRON* *MAN*
20 July 2019

6:49 which movie?

Gary Bell
Gary Bell
20 July 2019

No one can answer what came first the chicken or the egg. The poster is a complete dunce. Hawking also proposed that the singularity was too simple an answer and that physicists should stop using it as a term.

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Everyone should carefully observe which way his heart draws him, and then choose that way with all his strength.

Sarbini Rauf
Sarbini Rauf
19 July 2019

Before big bang (universe expand and exist) just god (elloh/allah) condition when he was alone.

siddhi xyz
Siddhi xyz
19 July 2019

The thing i dont believe a bit what he says.

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