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Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Google Doodle celebrates theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking’s 80th birthday with animated video

Google celebrated the birthday of renowned theoretical physicist, author and one of the greatest scientific minds of the century, Stephen Hawking, with a special doodle on January 8. Stephen Hawking’s incredible career spans from his black hole theory to the record-breaking A Brief History of Time. , and his awards and achievements, from becoming Commander of the Order of the British Empire to earning the US Presidential Medal of Freedom, all while fighting a serious illness for 40 years.

Today’s doodle is illustrated by doodler Matthew Cruickshank.

One of the most famous scientific personalities in the world, Stephen Hawking was born on this day in 1942 in Oxford, England. Hawking was not a genius since childhood. Instead, he received fairly average grades during his time at St. Albans School. However, he made up his mind to do something about it and at the age of 17 passed the entrance exam to Oxford University to study physics and also got a scholarship.

But the stars were still not on Hawking’s side as he was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), a degenerative motor neuron disease, when he was just 21. But he never gave up.

“In 1965, Hawking defended his doctoral thesis at the University of Cambridge, ‘Properties of the Expanding Universe’, which presented the revolutionary theory that space and time originated from a singularity, a point that is infinitely smaller and denser. , which is known today as the key feature of black holes. That year, Hawking was accepted as a research fellow at Gonville and Caius College in Cambridge – his academic home for life. Hawking’s Black His obsession with holes led to his 1974 discovery that particles could escape from black holes. Hawking’s radiation theory, which was widely considered his most important contribution to physics, wrote the Google Doodle page.

After you click on the doodle, a video opens that shows an animated version of Stephen Hawking’s life narrated by the great physicist himself!

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“Be brave, be curious, persevere and overcome obstacles,” says part of the statement.

Stephen Hawking’s work paved a new way for how the world understands the universe.

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