Where did we come from?
How did the universe come into being?
Are we alone in the universe?
Is there Alien life out there?
What is the future of the human race?
Is this questions are as simple as they look? But, one man has propounded some rational explanations for this mysterious puzzles with Mathematics.
This man when he was a 21years old PhD student at Camebridge , he was diagnosed with a type of motor neuron disease and was given about two years to live.
About his disease:
This disease ALS, attacks motor neurons, cells that control the muscles, affecting first his body, then eventually his mood, senses and thinking. Patients typically suffer muscle weakness and wasting, become paralysed and have problems talking, swallowing and breathing. Only about 10 per cent of patients live longer than a decade. People, who are stricken at a young age was, generally have a better chance of surviving longer. Most people are diagnosed between 50 and 70. Life expectancy generally ranges from two to five years after symptoms like slurred speech, difficulty swallowing and muscle weakness set in.
“Hope”=one of the finest thing in the world & “Weakness”=most sinful thing in the world:
If boss humiliates or didn’t get the promotion or failed in the exam or done a mistake(very big/small) or didn’t get a job, most of the people will be dejected and despair. But this man survived up to 70 years old by defeating his death from past 50years. The man who was said to be die with in a short time, was became Lucasian Professor of Mathematics at the University of Cambridge between 1979 and 2009.Issac Newton was the holder of this post from the year1669 to 1702.Subsequently, he became research director at the university’s Centre for Theoretical Cosmology and presently he is holding the post. What a fight against destiny!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
He didn’t compromised like the most of the people:
He was an above average student in school and was very much interested in science. Inspired by his maths teacher he wanted to study mathematics at university. But his father wanted him to study at university college ,Oxford where the college wasn’t offer Mathematics. So he studied natural science and graduated in the year 1962.He was at the age of 20yrs. He stayed back to study astronomy at oxford. But the course appealed to him more practically, which he was interested in more theory. He didn’t compromised with what he didn’t liked. He followed his heart.He left Oxford for Trinity Hall, Cambridge, where he engaged in the study of theoretical astronomy and cosmology. He created a different world after his reasearch.
Most of the people settle down after they a get handsome job even though it is utterly against their interest. Because relatives factor or he may miss weekend restaurants, malls, Bikes, Laptop , cell phones which, they will not live without them. If their boss says, they will think to clean the toilets for ratings & promotions!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Believe me I have seen these sort of guys and unfortunately worked with them for some good cause …………………..
(Exceptional for family burdened fighters, separate article coming for them)
He said “The realisation that I had an incurable disease, that was likely to kill me in a few years, was a bit of a shock. How could something like that happen to me?
Why should I be cut off like this? However, while I had been in hospital, I had seen a boy I vaguely knew die of leukaemia, in the bed opposite me. It had not
been a pretty sight. Clearly there were people who were worse off than me. At least my condition didn’t make me feel sick. Whenever I feel inclined to be
sorry for myself I remember that boy.”
If an eternal optimist is falling from the top floor of a 100floors building, he thinks at the 1st floor while plummeting that, he has been safe up to that floor. The eternal optimism is undoubtedly takes us to the heaven with in a seconds.No doubt that,this scientist belongs to this type of category.
He has indicated that he is almost certain that alien life exists in other parts of the universe, and he presented a mathematical basis for his assumptions. He said, “To my mathematical brain, the numbers alone make thinking about aliens perfectly rational. The real challenge is to work out what aliens might actually be like”. He believes alien life not only certainly exists on planets but perhaps even in other places, like within stars or even floating in outer space. He has also warned that a few of these species might be intelligent and threaten Earth.”If aliens visit us, the outcome would be much as when Columbus landed in America, which didn’t turn out well for the Native Americans,” he said. He has advocated that, rather than try to establish contact, humans should try to avoid contact with alien life forms.
How interesting is the above concept. We can only feel this sort of enthusiastic and interesting theories from passionate and relentless fighters.All the books that he has authored created histories in the field of cosmo physics.
Throughout his life he beared with this disease which is being deteriorating day by day. After marriage he struggled to get a home to live, after 40s he failed to handle himself. Down the years he suffered with pneumonia, suffered with brief ailments and lost his speech. But his thrust towards mathematics and theoretical physics increased proportionally with is disease.
Kudos to this LIVING DESTINY MAKER, who stands us as an inspiration to fight against our odds.
“NOTHING CAN STOP THE CRAZIEST MAN” .
He is the STANDING PROOF TO THE DOCTRINE.
Sorry to mention his name. His name is “Stephen William Hawkings”
Awards and honours
- 1975 Eddington Medal
- 1976 Hughes Medal of the Royal Society
- 1979 Albert Einstein Medal
- 1981 Franklin Medal
- 1982 Order of the British Empire (Commander)
- 1985 Gold Medal of the Royal Astronomical Society
- 1986 Member of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences
- 1988 Wolf Prize in Physics
- 1989 Companion of Honour
- 1999 Julius Edgar Lilienfeld Prize of the American Physical Society
- 2003 Michelson Morley Award of Case Western Reserve University[
- 2006 Copley Medal of the Royal Society
- 2008 Fonseca Prize of the University of Santiago de Compostela
- 2009 Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian honour in the United States.