Ingenious Lessons From The Genius Stephen Hawking

Oct 01, 2018 1 Min Read
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In 1963, one of the world’s greatest scientists was told by doctors that, at the age of 21, he had just over two years to live after being diagnosed with a form of motor neuron disease.

Defying all odds, this brilliant physicist whom we know as Stephen Hawking, went on to live an extraordinary life for another 55 years.

He made many important contributions to the fields of gravitation, cosmology, quantum theory and thermodynamics till his death on 14 March earlier this year.

In this Raise Your Game session, Roshan Thiran shares the ingenious lessons he learned from the genius, Stephen Hawking.

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