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"One, remember to look up at the stars and not down at your feet. Two, never give up work. Work gives you meaning and purpose and life is empty without it. Three, if you are lucky enough to find love, remember it is there and don't throw it away."-Stephen Hawking(1942-2018) . Just returned from school and heard this terrible news and grabbed my supplies and made this entry on my favourite quote of his.I really don't know what to say rn so I'll just quote what said to me:"The man is gone...But his essence,pure and simple,the marks that he made on this world shall remain forever". . . . . . . ing entry page

1867 18 Mar 14, 2018
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・・・ Stephen Hawking decided to leave us without explaining everything about our universe (or multiverse). He lived short, but his legacy will be eternal. Farewell Stephen.💫 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• lovers

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Hahtag #cosmology: WR 134 Ring Nebula
”Wherefore God also hath

WR 134 Ring Nebula . ”Wherefore God also hath highly exalted him, and given him a name which is above every name:” . Made with narrow and broad band filters, this colorful cosmic snap shot covers a field of view about the size of the full Moon within the boundaries of the constellation Cygnus. It highlights the bright edge of a ring-like nebula traced by the glow of ionized hydrogen and oxygen gas. Embedded in the region's interstellar clouds of gas and dust, the complex, glowing arcs are sections of bubbles or shells of material swept up by the wind from Wolf-Rayet star WR 134, brightest star near the center of the frame. Distance estimates put WR 134 about 6,000 light-years away, making the frame over 50 light-years across. Shedding their outer envelopes in powerful stellar winds, massive Wolf-Rayet stars have burned through their nuclear fuel at a prodigious rate and end this final phase of massive star evolution in a spectacular supernova explosion. The stellar winds and final supernovae enrich the interstellar material with heavy elements to be incorporated in future generations of stars. © NASA (APOD) . text beyond telescope hangout lovers

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✨ Stephen Hawking ✨ Born: January 8, 1942 Died: March 14, 2018 Stardust once again. Artwork by Mitchell Toy. ( . 🚫 Please, no god preaching here. Not today. Trust me, you'll live. 🚫

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Hahtag #cosmology: RIP Stephen Hawking - What a legend 🙏🏽

RIP Stephen Hawking - What a legend 🙏🏽

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asks Stephen Hawking. What Existed Before the Big Bang Bang? 🎇⏳ - Courtesy of show ©️ S04 - E20 .

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Hahtag #cosmology: Honestly, I don

Honestly, I don't know many people who've heard of Stephen Hawking's death actually have even the slightest idea how important this man was for the world of physics, of cosmology and for our Universe. Nevertheless, this wide-spread remembrace of the heart wrenching loss of a brilliant mind proves that we are not definetely lost... "For me personally his biggest achievement was making a grand, full life despite the terrible misfortune of being diagnosed with ALS. It would have been easy to become a recluse, embittered with the hand he’d been dealt, a brilliant misanthrope. But this was a man who maintained his sense of humor and refused to be mentally beaten. " Hawking’s observations on black hole radiation, string theory, alternate universes and artificial intelligence are things that will probably forever remain beyond most of us. But we could all learn a thing or two from his humanity. “I’m not afraid of death, but I’m in no hurry to die. I have so much I want to do first.” he said. And he did so much. He became an evershining star for humankind to look up to. Today, on Pi day(14th of March. I think he would have found this to be very poetic)

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Hahtag #cosmology: Sad news 😔 Professor Stephen Hawking dies at the

Sad news 😔 Professor Stephen Hawking dies at the age of 76! May this extraordinary genius rest in peace 😇🌈 My thoughts are with his family and friends!

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Hahtag #cosmology: You inspired so very many. #stephenhawking #cosmology #dreamer #

You inspired so very many. 💔

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✨⭐️🌏🌙🌌💫🌠⭐️✨ . “I look up at the night sky and I know that yes, we are part of this Universe, we are in this Universe, but most importantly, the Universe is in us. When I reflect on that, I look up - many people feel small because they’re small and the Universe is so big, but I feel big, because my atoms came from those stars.” . Neil DeGrasse Tyson, Astrophysicist . awareness

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Strange shapes and textures can be found in neighborhood of the Cone Nebula. The unusual shapes originate from fine interstellar dust reacting in complex ways with the energetic light and hot gas being expelled by the young stars. The brightest star on the right of the above picture is S Mon, while the region just below it has been nicknamed the Fox Fur Nebula for its color and structure. The blue glow directly surroundingS Mon results from reflection, where neighboring dust reflects light from the bright star. The red glow that encompasses the whole region results not only from dust reflection but also emissionfrom hydrogen gas ionized by starlight. S Mon is part of a young open cluster of stars named NGC 2264, located about 2500 light years away toward the constellation of the Unicorn (Monoceros). Even though it points right at S Mon, details of the origin of the mysterious geometric Cone Nebula, visible on the far left, remain a mystery. Image Credit: Subaru Telescope (NAOJ) & DSS;  Assembly and Processing: Robert Gendler

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🎱 Ovalni astal koji sa dve bilijarske kugle dokazuje prvi Keplerov zakon: Planete se kreću po eliptičkim putanjama u kojem se u jednom od fokusa nalazi centar mase sunce. —————————————- Oval table, which with two billiard ball’s proves Kepler's first law, The path of the planets about the sun is elliptical in shape, with the center of the sun being located at one focus. (The Law of Ellipses) In astronomy, Kepler's laws of planetary motion are three scientific laws describing the motion of planets around the Sun. . . . art photography 77d #8ball d

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The silent fields of stars so far and wide The oceans of infinity, the great divide. s gazing pride boy cowboy countryboy stagram farmer gardener guy redneck texan usa

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As we prepare for the to kick into gear next week, I look back with reverence on the moment I met the wondrous in Brisbane, circa 2015. I remain in awe of how many people have been encouraged to pursue careers in science as a result of Neil's contagious enthusiasm for discovery.

23 1 Mar 18, 2018

Stephen William Hawking CH CBE FRS FRSA . 8 January 1942 - 14 March 2018 . We are just an advanced breed of monkeys on a minor planet of a very average star. But we can understand the Universe. That makes us something very special. . drawing

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"Light, which brings the deepest news of the universe". In the loving memory of the legendary cosmologist Stephen Hawking, who tought us that when there is hope, there is way which leader us the unknown.. , , , , , , , , , , ..

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LOOK UP AT THE STARS..... Not down at your feet.... ~Stephen Hawking

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M16 and the Eagle Nebula . ”And Jesus said unto them, I am the bread of life: he that cometh to me shall never hunger; and he that believeth on me shall never thirst.” . A star cluster around 2 million years young surrounded by natal clouds of dust and glowing gas, M16 is also known as The Eagle Nebula. This beautifully detailed image of the region includes cosmic sculptures made famous in Hubble Space Telescope close-ups of the starforming complex. Described as elephant trunks or Pillars of Creation, dense, dusty columns rising near the center are light-years in length but are gravitationally contracting to form stars. Energetic radiation from the cluster stars erodes material near the tips, eventually exposing the embedded new stars. Extending from the ridge of bright emission left of center is another dusty starforming column known as the Fairy of Eagle Nebula. M16 and the Eagle Nebula lie about 7,000 light-years away, an easy target for binoculars or small telescopes in a nebula rich part of the sky toward the split constellation Serpens Cauda (the tail of the snake). © NASA (APOD) . text beyond telescope hangout lovers

15 1 Mar 18, 2018

Honors to the (amharic) 'shonim "first ones"(hebrew) Everyone that passes from this earth plane doesn't become an ancestor. Your deeds, actions, and works matter not your BeLieFs. and gives honors to the seen and unseen. But some of y'all descend from . We 👀👀👀your .

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“Quiet people have the loudest minds.” art community

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Stephen William Hawking (1942-2018) - Cosmologist, space traveller and hero. * Stephen Hawking is the former Lucasian Professor of Mathematics at the University of Cambridge and author of A Brief History of Time which was an international bestseller. Now the Dennis Stanton Avery and Sally Tsui Wong-Avery Director of Research at the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics and Founder of the Centre for Theoretical Cosmology at Cambridge, his other books for the general reader include A Briefer History of Time, the essay collection Black Holes and Baby Universe and The Universe in a Nutshell. * In 1963, Hawking contracted motor neurone disease and was given two years to live. Yet he went on to Cambridge to become a brilliant researcher and Professorial Fellow at Gonville and Caius College. From 1979 to 2009 he held the post of Lucasian Professor at Cambridge, the chair held by Isaac Newton in 1663. Professor Hawking has over a dozen honorary degrees and was awarded the CBE in 1982. He is a fellow of the Royal Society and a member of the US National Academy of Science. Stephen Hawking is regarded as one of the most brilliant theoretical physicists since Einstein. * Stephen Hawking, The Official Website. * writer

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This star ⭐️ looks alone but so amazing 😍 Pictr by me - no filter ✈️

12 0 Mar 18, 2018

In the same week as the passing of Stephen Hawking 😢, this game I backed on a while back came through my door. 💥✨☄️🌎

10 0 Mar 18, 2018

I don't know how much I owe you for your inspiration, lectures, documentaries and all other fabulous shows that you have done! Thank you for everything, Prof. Brian Cox, the modern day Carl Sagan from British Island.

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Cancer: June 21 - July 22 Caring, resilient, creative, intelligent, intuitive, home-loving. Cancer is emotionally intelligent and very sensitive to their surroundings. Loyal and resilient, a Cancer can roll his/her sleeves up and finish any job successfully. . Handmade “Star” Cancer Cufflinks . The cufflinks are 18mm in diameter. . Each pair of cufflinks are exquisitely crafted by hand and presented in an eco-friendly packaging, making them a lovely and thoughtful gift for men, women or kids alike. . . . . . . . . men s andtie up daily

15 0 Mar 18, 2018

from by ••• Adrift in a cosmic sea of stars and glowing gas the delicate, floating apparition left of center in this widefield view is cataloged as NGC 7635, the Bubble Nebula. A mere 10 light-years wide, the tiny Bubble Nebula was blown by the winds of a massive star. It lies within a larger complex of interstellar gas and dust clouds found about 11,000 light-years distant, straddling the boundary between the parental constellations Cepheus and Cassiopeia. Included in the breathtaking vista is open star cluster M52 (lower left), some 5,000 light-years away. Above and right of the Bubble Nebula is an emission region identified as Sh2-157, also known as the Claw Nebula. Constructed from 47 hours of narrow-band and broad-band exposures, this image spans about 3 degrees on the sky. That corresponds to a width of 500 light-years at the estimated distance of the Bubble Nebula. Image Credit & Copyright: Rolf Geissinger

18 0 Mar 18, 2018

• Thank You • ⭐️ For all your brilliant discoveries about our universe. . . "If we find [a unified theory], it would be the ultimate triumph — for then we would know the mind of God.” - Stephen Hawking

52 0 Mar 18, 2018

A beautiful moment captured by the team at Shahpura Bagh during the Srimad Bhagavad celebrations in  ! The Srimad Bhagwati is one of the 18 Vedic Puranas ( ancient texts) which is devoted to the praise of  . The text discusses several philosophical subjects including   and  . In this text,   makes peace with the demons and regenerates a sense of happiness and well-being. The text evokes elements of monoistic as well as a dualistic philosophy, which makes it fascinating.        

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Adrift in a cosmic sea of stars and glowing gas the delicate, floating apparition left of center in this widefield view is cataloged as NGC 7635, the Bubble Nebula. A mere 10 light-years wide, the tiny Bubble Nebula was blown by the winds of a massive star. It lies within a larger complex of interstellar gas and dust clouds found about 11,000 light-years distant, straddling the boundary between the parental constellations Cepheus and Cassiopeia. Included in the breathtaking vista is open star cluster M52 (lower left), some 5,000 light-years away. Above and right of the Bubble Nebula is an emission region identified as Sh2-157, also known as the Claw Nebula. Constructed from 47 hours of narrow-band and broad-band exposures, this image spans about 3 degrees on the sky. That corresponds to a width of 500 light-years at the estimated distance of the Bubble Nebula. Image Credit & Copyright: Rolf Geissinger

10 0 Mar 18, 2018

If you love watching Find out the real story behind the incident . . Bixie, Montana, is in the middle of nowhere, not connected to any place, and not used as a pass through to get anywhere. But one snowy evening, a lone visitor walking down an old country road changes 13-year-old Aaron Martin’s life forever. . Aaron thinks he’s being a Good Samaritan by inviting the nearly-frozen visitor into his home, but he’s unwittingly initiated The Game. A group of Elders, known as the Council of the Legend, come together from time to time to enjoy a rousing event they playfully call “The Game.” Now, Aaron’s town is the playing board and he and his fellow townspeople are the players. . The rules are simple. Win. Because if Aaron loses, he won’t just lose his family . . . he’ll lose his very identity. . .

119 2 Mar 18, 2018

"Look up at the stars and not down at your feet. Try to make sense of what you see, and wonder about what makes the universe exist. Be curious" And look up we did, we noted the universe started at an infinitesmally small dense point which later inflated outwards to make all the stuff we see around us. Where there were more stuff, gravity pulled them together and formed either Supermassive black holes or Galaxies (debatable). Inside the Milky Way, our bright yellow sun formed, later at the goldilocks zone, Earth formed, a hot desolate rock. Ice bearing asteroids orbiting the sun would sometimes miss and crash land on Earth, delivering water, our primodial soup. An atmosphere was generated which later allowed for life. This is our brief history of time. In 8th Jan 1942, Stephen Hawking was born. Early on he was always curious about the working of nature, it's no surprise he went to study natural sciences for his undergraduate at Oxford University. He later joined Cambridge University to study , which paved his way to becoming a theoretical . A few months shy of his 21st birthday, Hawking was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). A mortor neuron disease that robbed him of his muscle movement. But this did not deter his ambitions. Hawking built on from Classical Physics, Quantum Physics and General Relativity and managed to find a way of merging them. Creating 'somewhat' a theory of everything. This enabled him to study black holes. He noticed that they emit energy. I.e. after formation, a black hole will 'evaporate' with time, giving off the so called Hawking radiation. Also a supporter of the many worlds theory, Hawking imagined that if you 'fell' into a black hole and went past it's event horizon, you may exit into another universe. Clearly the most famous physicist of our era, Hawking made it into pop culture. On 14th March 2018, Hawking died at age 76 due to complications from ALS. His work has and will greatly contribute to our understanding of nature.

6 0 Mar 18, 2018

I’ll let Stephen Hawking speak for himself. Referring to what would be his last birthday, he wrote* about his experience at the Stephen Hawking Public Symposium in Cambridge, England: “As far as birthday presents go, a public symposium and scientific conference at the University of Cambridge is a pretty good one. I was honoured by the participation of friends and colleagues whose work is integral to our understanding of the universe. It is of the utmost importance for the future of humanity that we continue to reach for answers to cosmic questions, and share our findings with the public, even as those findings change and evolve with new technology and more research. I have seen greater strides in our comprehension of the universe than I could have anticipated, as a young man faced with a daunting, bleak diagnosis. Human knowledge is ever expanding, and the opportunities for discovery are limitless as long as there are people who continue to learn, and ask those fundamental questions.” StephenHawking oftheuniverse I tried, but no hashtags can do him full justice. *Photo, quote from Hawking’s public Facebook page

8 0 Mar 18, 2018

“ The message of this lecture is that black holes aren’t as black as they are painted. They are not the eternal prisons they were once though… things can get out of a black hole both on the outside and possibly to another universe. So if you feel you are in a black hole, don’t give up : there’s a way out. " ✨

20 0 Mar 18, 2018

About 2,400 massive stars in the center of 30 Doradus, the Tarantula Nebula, produce intense radiation and powerful winds as they blow off material seen as infrared emission from NASA Spitzer Space Telescope and X-rays from Chandra X-ray Observatory. . . . . pics

10 0 Mar 18, 2018

... The Irish Druids were a class of people in ancient Ireland, the educated tier with vast occupations of mind: alchemists, healers, poets, philosophers, seers, astronomers, judges, lawyers and teachers. Druid today is connected to sorcery but at that time it was knowledge acquired by intuition, nature and community. The gods were not worshipped but respected for the Irish were descendents of them and rituals held in the reverence of nature, where one will discover thy self; believing whole-heartedly in the magic of earth and stars. It took at least 20 yrs to become a seer, only taught orally, to learn by commitment of the heart. This was a way of life not necessarily a religion. ... druids history

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talks launch & man and shares an inspiring and uplifting quote from : ‘Earth is the cradle of humanity, but you cannot remain in the cradle forever. It is time to go forth, become a starfaring civilisation, be out there amongst the stars, expand the scope and scale of human consciousness..’ There’s more : ‘Mankind will not forever remain on Earth, but in the pursuit of light and space will first timidly emerge from the bounds of the atmosphere, and then advance until he has conquered the whole of circumsolar space’ (1911) BFR to Mars .. let’s go! . . . . . . . travel

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Timely arrival! The Future Of Humanity : Terraforming Mars, Interstellar Travel, Our Destiny beyond Earth. The latest from popular theoretical physicist Dr (right up there with Mr and for me) Couldn’t be more relevant to my next project which has been in development since 2011......(🌏v2.0?🌓⭐️🌞🚀🛸🔭📡👽🎶) The new volume discusses how we are on the verge of become a multi-planetary species. With visionaries like paving the way for space tourism and interplanetary colonisation, this will all be a reality in the coming decades. After Mars, we could look to the rocky moons of Saturn and Jupiter. And then where next? Can’t wait to get into it! I was switched on to Dr Kaku’s writing back in 1997. His book Visions captivated my imagination with accurate future predictions based on interviews with 150 pre-eminent scientists. Discussing AI, molecular biology, nanotech and quantum physics. Well worth a read. . . . . . . . travel

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These are four possible ways of how the Universe could end. As you can see, it will not be a good end whatever is our end 😔. Later, I’ll do more detailed posts in which I will try to describe and explain these theories. In which one do you believe more ??/What is your favorite ?? theory oftheuniverse 💫 love mysteries

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“It matters that you don't just give up” -Stephen Hawking ⭐️ . . . s ofig ofinstagram everydamnday life

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"I am a star, made up of stardust experiencing this physical realm...a vibration in the universe...I am in continous movement...I will accept things as they come because it's part of my spiritual journey"...Alleycat 🐱 journey consciusness

13 3 Mar 17, 2018

Been a long while since I last saw a live musical 🎬 The plot is based on “Onmyoji” - an ancient governmental position in Japan foretelling the future of the country using cosmology brought from China. A Chinese tech company called EaseNet has recently created a mobile game based off of Onmyoji, which has been a big hit in the gaming industry. Then the Japanese playwright Nobuhiro Mori wrote this real-life musical casting characters from the Chinese game under the copyright of EaseNet. Such an interesting cross-cultural collaboration transcending time and space between the two countries.

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