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Stephen Hawking

  1. Eddie Redmayne and The Theory of Everything Director James Marsh Talk Stephen Hawking, Science, and “Formidable” Women

    Earlier this month I got the chance to sit down with The Theory of Everything star Eddie Redmayne and director James Marsh (you might also be familiar with Marsh's work from the incredible Man on Wire).

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  2. Review: The Theory Of Everything Is, In Fact, Everything

    Wind back the clock.

    The Theory of Everything isn't a film you watch out of obligation. It's a movie you'll want to watch, maybe even more than once.

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  3. Interview With The Theory of Everything Star Felicity Jones

    Felicity Jones uses the word "extraordinary" a lot, and in context of her role as Jane Hawking in The Theory of Everything, it's easy to understand why.

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  4. The International Trailer for Stephen Hawking’s Biopic Will Give You All the Science Feels

    We like our science with a healthy dose of optimism.

    If this movie does not look positively heartwarming and uplifting, there is a black hole where your heart should be. Luckily, that's impossible, because a black hole of that size would evaporate quickly, so you're all good to enjoy this trailer.

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  5. Stephen Hawking Warns “God” Particle Could Kill Us All If Science Gets Enough Funding

    "Not if we kill God first!"—Philip Pullman [Citation needed]

    In his foreword for the new book Starmus: 5 Years of Man in Space, Stephen Hawking warns that the Higgs boson particle (also called the "God" particle, because monotheism) discovered by CERN scientists in 2012 and thought to give matter its mass, could destroy the Universe and "we wouldn't see it coming."

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  6. Stephen Hawking Biopic The Theory of Everything Gets Its First Trailer

    "I'll be stretchin' out the rhyme like gravity stretches ti—no, wait, wrong video."

    Hey, remember the time Marius Pontmercy, Remus Lupin, Viserys Targaryen, (probably) Black Cat, Daredevil, and just plain Emily frickin’ Watson were in a movie together? That was cool.

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  7. Things We Saw Today: Zack Snyder Tweets Pic of Batman and R2-D2, Bros

    Beep boop growl.

    Zack Snyder loves his Star Wars crossovers.

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  8. Things We Saw Today: Destroy Your Enemy’s Nexus In This League of Legends Hoodie

    Shark cannon not included.

    Want a snuggly and totally casual way to dress up like League of Legends summoner Jinx? This adorable sweatshirt from hoodied will do the trick. You might remember them from their super rad DC-inspired line of hoodies, too.

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  9. Intel Wants to Save Steven Hawking’s Speech

    Stephen Hawking is one of the most well regarded scientists of our day, and for decades now he has relied on technology to allow him to speak. Hawking suffers from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, commonly called Lou Gehrig's disease, and as his condition declines, so does the rate at which he can communicate. Now, Intel says they can use new technology to increase Hawking's ability to communicate, which has dropped to as little as one word per minute.

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  10. Scientists Petition to Grant War Hero, Math Genius Alan Turing, Convicted of Homosexuality, An Official Pardon

    For great justice

    Stephen Hawking and other notable scientists have asked the British government to grant an official posthumous pardon to Alan Turing, the mathematician and code-breaker whose contributions to the Allied victory in World War II were followed up by a conviction for homosexuality. Turing was given the choice between imprisonment and a hormonal treatment better known as "chemical castration," and after a year of enduring the latter he committed suicide by eating an apple laced with cyanide.

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