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Famed jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald (back right) applauds renowned theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking, as he given an honorary degree, Doctor of Science, at the 339th Harvard University commencemen in 1990. Photo: Charles Krupa/AP

Famed jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald (back right) applauds renowned theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking, as he given an honorary degree, Doctor of Science, at the 339th Harvard University commencemen in 1990. Photo: Charles Krupa/AP

Stephen Hawking

Stephen Hawking

January 8, 1942 - Stephen Hawking an English theoretical physicist, cosmologist, author is born in Oxford, England

January 8, 1942 - Stephen Hawking an English theoretical physicist, cosmologist, author is born in Oxford, England

Stephen Hawking (left) and his sister Mary.            Imagine his mother thinking:  "My son will grow up to be a great theoretical physicist!"  ....and then he did grow up, to be just that!

Professor Stephen Hawking: in pictures

Stephen Hawking (left) and his sister Mary. Imagine his mother thinking: "My son will grow up to be a great theoretical physicist!" ....and then he did grow up, to be just that!

Stephen Hawking

Stephen Hawking

Stephen Hawking

Stephen Hawking

Theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking (second left) makes a guest appearance on Star Trek; The Next Generation in 1993. The episode features a scene in which the character Data participates in a poker game with a group of brilliant scientific figures consisting of Hawking, Einstein, and Newton. Photo: Julie Markes/AP

Stephen Hawking's Newest Goal: To Be A Bond Villain

Theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking (second left) makes a guest appearance on Star Trek; The Next Generation in 1993. The episode features a scene in which the character Data participates in a poker game with a group of brilliant scientific figures consisting of Hawking, Einstein, and Newton. Photo: Julie Markes/AP

U.S. President Barack Obama presents the Medal of Freedom to physicist Stephen Hawking during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House in 2009. Obama presented the medal, the highest civilian honor. Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

Stephen Hawking Says He Would 'Consider' Assisted Suicide

U.S. President Barack Obama presents the Medal of Freedom to physicist Stephen Hawking during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House in 2009. Obama presented the medal, the highest civilian honor. Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

This is Stephen Hawking as a boy.

Stephen Hawking's Newest Goal: To Be A Bond Villain

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