The famous physicist Stephen Hawking died today at the age of 76.
The British man, Hawking, was famous for his science and study, in addition to his wheelchair, to be a source of inspiration for many people.
At the age of 22, Hawking was diagnosed with a very rare form of AD, and doctors told him he had only a few years to live.
His illness led to his use of a wheelchair throughout his life, in addition to his inability to speak only by using a device to produce sounds to help him do so.
Despite Hawking’s rare injury, he insisted on achieving his dreams, and studied space in terms of physics, focused on black holes, and was able to come up with theories that no one had before him.
Hawking’s fame was not limited to science and research only, but his wheelchair made him an icon for the whole world, as he appeared in many TV shows and series such as (The Simpsons).
He also filmed a movie and a television series, which recently won an Academy Award.
Hawking’s death caused a great sadness for his family and children, as well as for those working with him and even other individuals around the world.
As they considered that by his death, he had brought grief to those whom he saw as his supreme example.
But despite his departure from the world, his achievements will remain and immortal.