What If Stephen Hawking Had Unlimited Time?
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Professor Stephen Hawking was one of the most influential and inspiring scientists of his time. In this video, we explore Hawking's remarkable life, looking at the massive breakthroughs he made in science, his world-changing theories on everything from black holes to time travel, his tireless work to raise awareness for various charities, and his warnings about global warming, climate change and even the dangers of artificial intelligence. What if the great Stephen Hawking was given unlimited time?
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Stephen Hawking Laid To Rest, His Message Beamed Into Nearest Black Hole
According to a report by Digital Tends, at a memorial service on Friday the remains of renowned physicist Stephen Hawking were laid to rest at England’s Westminster Abbey. His ashes were reportedly interred in the Scientists’ Corner between the graves of Sir Isaac Newton and Charles Darwin. At the same time, a recorded message from the cosmologist was also being broadcast by the European Space Agency into the nearest black hole. Hawking, a lifelong atheist who pioneered much of the research into black holes, passed away in March at the age of 76. Digital Trends reports that the ESA confirmed that a composition by Greek composer Vangelis featuring Hawking’s words was beamed to 1A 0620-00, the nearest black hole to Earth.
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What Stephen Hawking would have discovered if he lived longer | NASA's Michelle Thaller
Stephen Hawking was one of the greatest scientific and analytical minds of our time, says NASA's Michelle Thaller. She posits that Hawking might be one of the parents of an entirely new school of physics because he was working on some incredible stuff—concerning quantum entaglement— right before he died. He was even humble enough to go back to his old work about black holes and rethink his hypotheses based on new information. Not many great minds would do that, she says, relaying just one of the reasons Stephen Hawking will be so deeply missed. You can follow Michelle Thaller on Twitter at @mlthaller.
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Michelle Thaller: Yes Jeremy, a lot of us were really sad with the passing of Stephen Hawking. He was definitely an inspiration.
He was one of the most brilliant theoretical physicists in the world, and of course he overcame this incredible disability, his life was very difficult and very dramatic and I for one am really going to miss having him around. And I certainly miss him as a scientist too. He made some incredible contributions.
Now, Stephen Hawking was something that we call a theoretical physicist, and what that means is that people use the mathematics of physics to explore areas of the universe that we can’t get to very easily.
For example, conditions right after the Big Bang the beginning of the universe, what were things like when the universe was a fraction of a second old? That’s not something we can create very easily in a laboratory or any place we can go to, but we can use our mathematics to predict what that would have been like and then test our assumptions based on how the universe changed over time.
And one of the places that is also very difficult to go to is, could we explore a black hole? And this is what Stephen Hawking was best known for.
Now, black holes are massive objects they’re made from collapsed dead stars, and the nearest black hole to us is about 3000 light years away. That one is not particularly large, it’s only a couple times the mass of the sun. The biggest black hole that’s in our galaxy is about four million times the mass of the sun and that actually sits right in the heart of the Milky Way Galaxy.
And right now you and I are actually orbiting that giant black hole at half a million miles an hour. These are incredibly exotic objects. The reason we call them black holes is that the gravity is so intense it can suck in everything, including light. Not even light, going through space freely at the speed of light, can escape a black hole, so talk about dramatic exotic objects that are difficult to do experiments on.
Stephen Hawking laid down some of our basic understanding of how a black hole works.
And one of the things he actually did was he even predicted that black holes can die. You would think that a collapsed star that forms a bottomless pit of gravity would exist forever, but Stephen Hawking used the laws of quantum mechanics and something called thermodynamics, how heat behaves in the universe, to prove that maybe black holes can evaporate over time. And of course, that’s a hugely significant thing.
One of the reasons I think it’s very unfortunate he died is we’re actually right on the cusp of being able to do actual experiments with black holes. And I know that sounds like a strange thing to say, but there are some particle accelerators, I mean specifically the Large Hadron Collider, which is in Europe, that are about to get to high enough energies they’re going to smash particles together so hard that so much energy is generated they might be able to make tiny little black holes. And by the way, this is entirely safe. Don’t worry about it at all. Stephen Hawking showed us that black holes evaporate, they actually die away and the smaller a black hole is the faster this happens.
So these little black holes—we’ll probably be lucky if we can detect them, they’re going to die in millionths of a second.
And the Large Hadron Collider gets nowhere up to the energy of natural events all around us. Right now there are high energy particles slamming into our atmosphere a couple miles above our heads, and they are many, many hundreds of times the energy that the Large Hadron Collider will ever be able to get up to. So I am saying actually that there are probably tiny little black holes forming all around us, they evaporate away so quickly they’re very hard to detect. Stephen Hawking predicted the exact energy that black holes give off when they evaporate, and it may be that in just a few years time we’re going to observe that in a particle accelerator and realize he was right.
Is There Really An Infinite Multiverse? | Stephen Hawking's Last Paper
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NASA is honoring visionary physicist Stephen Hawking, who died at his home in Cambridge, England, early Wednesday morning.
Acting NASA Administrator Robert Lightfoot noted Hawking’s role as a “passionate communicator who wanted to share the excitement of discovery with all,” adding that his “impact cannot be overstated.”
“Stephen’s breakthroughs in the fields of physics and astronomy not only changed how we view the cosmos, but also has played, and will continue to play, a pivotal role in shaping NASA’s efforts to explore our solar system and beyond,” said Lightfoot.
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Stephen Hawking, who conquered the stars, dies at 76
British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking, who sought to explain some of the most complicated questions of life while himself working under the shadow of a likely premature death, has died at 76.
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Professor Stephen Hawking Q and A
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Stephen Hawking Talks Aliens
Astrophysicist Stephen Hawking says scientists have already discovered thousands of planets outside of our solar system. The chance that at least some of these planets house life as we know it is pretty great, and Hawking is growing more convinced all the time that perhaps not too far in the future, beings from other solar systems may try to communicate with us.
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But Hawking is hopeful that contact with other civilizations would improve our outlook as a people. “It would force us to change,” Stephen mused. “We would have to give up the idea that we are unique and start acting with more compassion and humility.”
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Stephen Hawking's Voice and the Machine That Powers It
Bioengineering the Senses: A closer look at tech on the frontiers of medical science. Today we look at the machine behind physicist Stephen Hawking -- and how smartphone technology is helping him communicate.
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Stephen Hawking's Warning To Humanity
In a new interview with BBC, Stephen Hawking warns us about why he fears artificial intelligence could be the demise of humanity.
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Stephen Hawking: 'AI could spell end of the human race'
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Professor Stephen Hawking has told the BBC that artificial intelligence could spell the end for the human race.
In an interview after the launch of a new software system designed to help him communicate more easily, he said there were many benefits to new technology but also some risks.
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10 Things You May Not Know About Stephen Hawking
Here are 10 interesting insights into the life and viewpoints of Stephen Hawking.
Sure, Stephen Hawking is a brilliant, groundbreaking scientist, but that's not all the man is about.
Here are 10 interesting insights into his life and his views.
Number 10. He believes Earth is on its last legs. He gives the planet a thousand years before it succumbs to its own fragility. Hawking recommends people start shopping around space for a new home base.
Number 9. Stephen Hawking attended an all-girls school for a time. His family moved to St. Albans while his father was working in a nearby city. It was there that he and a few other boys attended St. Albans High School for Girls.
Number 8. In his youth his nickname was 'Einstein'. Despite the fact that his grades were mediocre, his aptitude was noticed by teachers and students alike. They were right, as he later earned a nearly perfect score on his Oxford scholarship physics exam -- and went on to become a highly celebrated genius.
Number 7. He believes black holes are different from what we think they are. The vortices of doom are said to have event horizons, which serve as both an entrance and a point of no return. Hawking says they don't. Rather, they have 'apparent horizons' and only briefly trap energy and matter, later releasing it as radiation.
Number 6. At 21 Hawking was told he only had a few years to live. He was diagnosed with ALS, also called Lou Gehrig's disease, and that the outlook was grim. In January of 2014 the physicist celebrated his 72nd birthday.
Number 5. He's also a children's book author. In 2007 he and his daughter Lucy published 'George's Secret Key to the Universe', the first book in a series about a young space traveler.
Number 4. He's a big fan of zero gravity. Hawking was among the first with his disability to test out the technology that can send a plane to near space, and in the process got a few moments away from his wheelchair. Said one person who was there, "He would have flown more if we let him."
Number 3. His voice synthesizer talks in American, but Hawking is British. He and the Queen of England recently had a chuckle about it. She ran into the scientist at an event and asked, 'Have you still got that American voice?' Hawking replied, 'Yes, it is copyrighted actually'.
Number 2. He's a repeat guest on the Simpsons. According to Hawking his several appearances on the show as himself have some people thinking he's actually a cartoon character.
Number 1. Hawking doesn't believe God created the universe. For that matter, he doesn't believe in fate, heaven, or an afterlife. He does believe that each human has one chance to appreciate the world and its mysteries.
Stephen Hawking Interview: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)
John Oliver talks to Stephen Hawking in the first installment of Last Week Tonight's new "People Who Think Good" series. They cover such topics as parallel universes, artificial intelligence, and Charlize Theron.
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What Stephen Hawking Really Said About Black Holes
Hank explains the science behind recent reports that physics great Stephen Hawking said "there are no black holes." There are. They're just super complicated.
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Stephen Hawking on black holes - Professor Stephen Hawking
Highlights of a talk by Stephen Hawking, director of research at the Centre for Theoretical Cosmology within the University of Cambridge, covering black holes, M theory, the past and future, as well as lost bets. Hawking gave the talk at the Science Museum in London at the start of its exhibition on the Large Hadron Collider
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Into The Universe With Stephen Hawking - Time Travel
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Stephen Hawking - Formation of the Solar System
Professor Stephen Hawking explains how the Earth and solar system were formed.
Into The Universe With Stephen Hawking - The Story of Everything
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