Stephen Hawking Google Doodle: Stephen Hawking’s name is included in the world’s greatest scientists. He did a lot of research about the universe.
The most important thing in his search is the discovery of black holes. Google has paid tribute to Stephen Hawking by making a Stephen Hawking Google Doodle on his 80th birthday.
Stephen Hawking was born on 8 January 1942 in Oxford, England. The world was completely ignorant about black holes before 1971. The information was given by Stephen Hawking after the discovery of the first black hole in 1971.
It proved to be very effective in understanding black holes. Hawking studied gravity in physics, cosmology, quantum theory, information worked on theory, and thermodynamics.
Stephen Hawking was born in Oxford, England, Stephen Hawking was a sharp intellect since childhood. By the age of 21, he was affected by Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), a neurodegenerative disease.
In ALS disease, the nervous system of man gradually stops working. Then gradually the movement of the whole body stops. Due to this he gradually came in a wheelchair. Then the doctors had said that he would not be able to live more than two years.
Stephen Hawking was attracted to the universe since childhood. He was obsessed with black holes, which became the basis for his studies and research. Hawking graduated from Oxford with a BA degree in physics, before receiving his Ph.D. from the University of Cambridge.
Stephen Hawking did not only work to change attitudes for fellow physicists and cosmologists but also worked to arouse interest in black holes and space science in his work and in general among the general public.
There was a disease called motor neuron which made him physically crippled over time. But he will become an inspiration as well. People were eager to hear him everywhere. He is still an inspiration to the people having scientific thinking.
Hawking discovered in 1974 that particles can escape from black holes. This theory, called Hawking radiation, is considered his most important contribution to physics. Hawking’s work on black holes in 1979 prompted him to be appointed Lucasian Professor of Mathematics at the University of Cambridge. He died on 4 March 2018 at the age of 76.
The search engine company Google has made a special Stephen Hawking Google Doodle on the 80th birthday of the great scientist Stephen Hawking on Saturday (08/01/2022).