A brilliant theoretical physicist, cosmologist, best selling author and pop culture phenomenon that shed light on many mysteries of the cosmos, origins of the universe, and the nature of time, Stephen Hawking exhaled inspiration with every breath he took. He is considered to be the greatest theoretical physicist since Einstein.
With twenty-one years of age and a whole life ahead of him, he was diagnosed with motor neuron disease known as Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease, which causes progressive degeneration of nerve cells. The disease entirely paralyzed him and forced him into a wheelchair with a computer-generated voice synthesizer as a means of communicating.
Here's a little flashback on the life of this genius along with some words of wisdom. Happy reading!
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