When Did Stephen Hawking Die?

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Stephen Hawking is alive.
Stephen Hawking is considered the world's foremost living theoretical physicist. He's an expert on black holes whose stated intention is to unify quantum mechanics with Einstein's general theory of relativity, forming a single theory to exp... More>>
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Nobody knows when he, or anyone else, will die. Some information regarding his condition was posted on April 20, 2009, on his official web site: Professor Hawking is comfortable,
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Stephen Hawking of the world's most brilliant theoretical physicist/cosmologists,
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According to "A Brief History of Time, Hawking's most innovative discovery involved black holes. These are astronomical bodies, usually collapsed stars, with gravity so intense
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Hawking sheds some light on his writing process on his website: www.hawking.org.uk/index.php/dis... . Prior to his tracheotomy operation for pneumonia in 1985 that removed his ability
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Stephen Hawking has not died. There were rumors that he died last year, in 2009, but he's very much alive. There were also writings that he was going to retire in October of 2009.
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