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  • Nicolas Copernicus Galileo Johannes Kepler Isaac Newton Albert Einstein Stephen Hawking Stellar Luminosity Stellar Classification Hertzsprung‐Russell Diagram
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  • stretched into long thin shapes, like pasta. The term was coined by Stephen Hawking in his book, A Brief History of Time, where he likened this process
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  • colonize space to improve our chance of survival. Authors include Stephen Hawking and Carl Sagan. Space Settlement discusses the orbital space settlement
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  • classical black hole cannot emit radiation, but British astrophysicist Stephen Hawking predicted that through the non-classical processes of quantum mechanics
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  • Black, economist Niels Bohr, physicist Bobby Fischer, chess prodigy Stephen Hawking, physicist Christopher Hitchens, polemicist John Maynard Keynes, economist
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  • no muscle growth which means a potential of leading to paralysis. Stephen Hawking suffers from this disease. MicroRNA-206 indirectly forms neuromuscular
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  • creative. This solution has occurred to others, see White and Gribbin, Stephen Hawking: A Life in Science, (London: Penguin Books, 1992), 82. Momentum =
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  • black body of a certain temperature. This is known as Hawking Radiation after physicist Stephen Hawking, who first described it. The temperature varies inversely
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  • Bekenstein, a research student at Princeton, and improved upon by Stephen Hawking in 1974. Hawking's theory predicted that black holes should eventually decay
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  • more familiar with Nikola Tesla, Albert Einstein, Niels Bohr, and Stephen Hawking, look to figures who have not received a great deal of attention in
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  • description of inflation is given in Michael White and John Gribbin’s book, Stephen Hawking: A Life in Science (London: Penguin Books, 1992). This is because
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  • you make sure that you present the information in your own words? Stephen Hawking - Scientist (what discoveries?) - Overcame disability (which one? how
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  • Braille keyboards Braille printers For an excellent example, see Stephen Hawking. Other methods are: improve range of languages, make the user interface
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  • computers they can communicate with us with artificial speaking programs. Stephen Hawkings is a good example of this. He can not speak on his own, so he has a
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  • between a "BLACK HOLE", as proposed by STEPHEN HAWKING, that some light particles may escape the Black-hole, {HAWKING RADIATION) because of their location
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  • Bekenstein, a research student at Princeton, and improved upon by Stephen Hawking in 1974. Hawking's theory predicted that black holes should eventually decay
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  • no muscle growth which means a potential of leading to paralysis. Stephen Hawking suffers from this disease. MicroRNA-206 indirectly forms neuromuscular
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  • Physical Review Letters 14: 57.  Hawking, Stephen W. (1965). Physical Review Letters 15: 689.  Hawking, Stephen W.; Ellis, G.F.R. (1968). Astrophysical
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  • asp, retrieved October 5, 2012  Single Page View Anderson, R.; Stephens, J. (2002), "Tamias striatus", Animal Diversity Web, http://animaldiversity
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