Stephen Hawking on suicide
Published: June 3, 2015
Stephen Hawking on suicide, Stephen Hawking suffers neither pain, nor fools. Why, he put up with John Oliver for quite some minutes before explaining to him just what an “idiot” he is.
As a scientist, though, he understands ultimate limitations. This is something he discusses at some length in an interview set to be broadcast by the BBC on June 15. It’s with Dara O’Briain, who doubles as a comedian and as someone who studied theoretical physics.
It appears that in this interview Hawking reveals some personal information about a life that he describes as, at times, “very lonely.”
The Telegraph got wind of a few quotes from the interview. It’s one in which Hawking not only discusses some of the darker matters of life, but also his continued hopes.
He reportedly said: “I am damned if I’m going to die before I have unraveled more of the universe.” Yes, Hawking still hopes he’ll live long enough to, perhaps, win a little money back from those sneaky people who discovered the God Particle.
Hawking has become something of a world figure. But his loneliness stems, he said, from the fact that “people are afraid to talk to me or don’t wait for me to write a response.”
What a life it must be to have an active, brilliant mind, but not to be able to participate in the world in the same way as others do.
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