The man after Einstein.
I do not know how strange it was that Stephen Hawking died on the same day Albert Einstein was born. For some, it may be an indication of the universe or just a coincidence
However, if we lost Professor Stephen in the early years of our diagnosis of ALS; We miss Einstein When Einstein died, the world lost its brain genius Physicist Stephen Hawking never thought about his absence. And now he has gone, again in the world of physics, he is zero.
Hawking forced the world to care about the black hole.
He was also a prolific thinker, writer and philosopher.
He was a genius; it was Hawking's witty communication skills that made it possible for an ordinary man to understand his theories and why he is doing what he is doing.
In the year 1988, he published a book 'A Brief History of Time' where he explained the fundamental theories of the universe to the world in a way that everyone could understand them. The book instantly became #1 bestseller around the world as it was also translated into 35 other languages. Total 10 million copies of the book are sold till now.
In 2007, along with his daughter Lucy, he published a children's book titled 'George's Secret Key to the Universe' in which he explained the working of the solar system, asteroids, and other necessary information that is essential to develop the interest in the science and universe.