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03-14-2018 02:15 PM  26 months ago
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Dr. Hawking dead at 76...
Considering the severity of his disability... this man had no bounds when it came to his mental accomplishments... RIP Dr. Hawking
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03-14-2018 05:57 PM  26 months ago
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Advanced our collective knowledge be leaps and bounds. He will be missed.
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03-14-2018 06:09 PM  26 months ago
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Never was a big fan, but then again I never read his work. However, my respect for him is enormous. To go thru what he has for that amount of time....and to continue to contribute to human learning and science, he will always have my respect and admiration. Rest Sir, you have more then earned it. Be at peace now. God bless you and your family.
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03-14-2018 07:51 PM  26 months ago
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the poor guy had a lot to endure, his suffering is over now, it's strange how life can give a person a Mind like his yet at the same time take way the ability to move,, good luck Dr. HawkingsJim
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03-15-2018 01:33 AM  26 months ago
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The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it is the illusion of knowledge. - S. Hawking
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03-15-2018 04:27 AM  26 months ago
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I think Hawking and I were pretty close in our thinking about the universe.

Example: while he was unraveling the string theory I was staring at a ball of twine...a coincidence? I think not.
90% of life is "showing up"
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03-16-2018 06:22 AM  26 months ago
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dilberteinstein I think Hawking and I were pretty close in our thinking about the universe.

Example: while he was unraveling the string theory I was staring at a ball of twine...a coincidence? I think not.
yeeaa well that's all good and great, but I, little Ol me, have figured out the meaning of life, and it's much, much too simple for a genius to think-out, here it is, I will tell the world now, >> without life, the Universe would be>>>>>>>>> "meaning less"

it's that simple
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03-16-2018 11:46 AM  26 months ago
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Dilbert,
I recall there was a significant controversy over wether the strings were a bunch of short thin squiggly lines, or a bunch of squiggly odd shapped anemic sickly looking spaghetti rings.

I like spaghetti, wether strings or O's, but i am glad you were able able to unify the string into a single ball, concentrating the mass in a way that gives it actual impact needed to settle the ferocious theoretical food fight once and for all.

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03-16-2018 03:07 PM  26 months ago
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Al dente? 90% of life is "showing up"
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03-16-2018 04:17 PM  26 months ago
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dilberteinstein Al dente?
Sounds familiar. I think i have heard of him. Is he the one that says there are 2 more dimensions, and the strings really are hollow 1/4 toroid shaped? Father of Macaroni theory?

He got in a messy fight with Mayor McCheese. The kids loved it.

Hehehehe.
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