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We mourn Hawking's death, his vacuum will not filled so soon

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STEPHEN Hawking died at Cambridge in England on Monday at the age of 76. A scientific genius who rose to eminence by his work on theoretical physics explaining the system of universe is no more but the scientific world will remember him over the time to come. We join the international community to mourn his death.   
Hawking first caught global public attention and burst into fame in the spring of 1988 with the publication of the best selling book 'A Brief History of Time.' Covering such esoteric subjects as black holes and the origin and the fate of the universe, it became an unlikely bestseller, selling over ten million copies in multiple languages. Part of the reason was undoubtedly his aim to explain complex scientific models in a simple language--but he was successful because he could explain it in a convincing manner.
As he started cruising his research into the universe he slowly emerged next to Albert Einstein of our time for his understanding of the universe and explaining its mysteries. He become unparallel in scientific world and his place can't be filled so soon. There is no doubt the world will have to wait longer. He was a professor of Albert Einstein Chair at Cambridge University.     
Hawking became known to his own scientific community in 1970s as he became a fellow of the Royal Society. His claim to fame lay in the fact that he was the first to set out a theory of cosmology explained by a union of the general theory of relativity and quantum mechanics. He was a vigorous supporter of the many worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics. His scientific works in collaboration with Roger Penrose on gravitational singularity theorems in the framework of general relativity and the theoretical prediction that black holes emit radiation, often called Hawking radiation.
But this does not, of course, mean that he was not a human being. But having been paralyzed at 22, he did not stop. He refused to bow down to physical incapacity and continued research and writing till his death at an old age. He won almost all of the important awards in his field--with the singular exception of the Nobel Prize--and for that he can't be blamed; as it is very difficult to physically verify his work that a Nobel award demands.
Stephan Hawking will be remembered over the time like Einstein or Galileo who had opened the science of the universe on the earth. His work will keep him immortal, we pray for his eternal peace. 

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