Reality Adjustments

Stephen Hawking Enters Black Hole

Mar 14, 2018

The world celebrates Stephen Hawking’s final journey today, as he decided to enter a black hole.

Stephen Hawking, left this dimension at 76 years old, the same day as Albert Einstein's birthday, also known as Pi Day.

Diagnosed at the age of 21 with Lou Gehrig’s disease, Hawking was given only a few years to live.  But he defied all prevailing science and in turn expanded its frontiers through his studies of the universe.

The famous physicist was last seen leaving his wheelchair as the bonds of gravity let go, floating upward, stretching his frame toward the point of singularity.

His presence will still be felt in the form of Hawking radiation, released by black holes due to quantum effects near the event horizon.  Here he radiates himself by his own light.

Rest in Peace.

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