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#2


Universe and stuff? No problem.

Women? Fuck that shit.
Never imagine yourself not to be otherwise than what it might appear to others that what you were or might have been was not otherwise than what you had been would have appeared to them to be otherwise
#4
He probably wasn't joking at all. Grass is probably blue as well.
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#5
Quote by Dirge Humani
Imagine that, Stephen Hawking, who is well known to have a good sense of humor and joke a lot, says a statement offhandedly and the press goes nuts over it.

This
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#6
I've been reading his latest book about anti-gravity, it's so good I just can't put it down.
#7
Lol, i know his feel.
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#9
This thread has now made me sad because I saw his photo and was reminded that he will die in my lifetime
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#10
I would imagine his research is based in logic and rationality, things that do not apply to women.
#12
Brian Cox will never be as awesome as Hawking. Not even if he made himself a suit of biomechanical space armour.
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#13
I'm not surprised the press took his joke seriously, it must be hard to convey sarcasm with that monotone machine
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#14
To be fair, (if this isn't just an off-hand joke, which it probably is), he's a theoretical physicist, not a psychologist/anthropologist.
#15
Quote by mullet1337
I'm not surprised the press took his joke seriously, it must be hard to convey sarcasm with that monotone machine


He might be losing it soon, I was reading a news article that he can't control the speech thing very well now as his cheek muscle which controls it is failing. He might have to get a new system with a new voice!
#16
Quote by entity0009
Brian Cox will never be as awesome as Hawking. Not even if he made himself a suit of biomechanical space armour.


Now I'm imagining Hawking in Warhammer 40k Space Marine armour.
#17
Me neither...
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#18
Quote by JackalUK
He might be losing it soon, I was reading a news article that he can't control the speech thing very well now as his cheek muscle which controls it is failing. He might have to get a new system with a new voice!


maybe he'll get a new one that sounds like Snoop Dogg or C3PO or something, that would awesome!
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#19
Quote by Mark Roxx
hawking gets plenty, bra.

Yeah, he's the haw-king.
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#20
Quote by jurnag12
Now I'm imagining Hawking in Warhammer 40k Space Marine armour.

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Quote by whoomit
I've been reading his latest book about anti-gravity, it's so good I just can't put it down.


This sentence made me laugh.

gravity, can't put it down.

Well played, sir.
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#22
Quote by entity0009

Oh, you wouldn't want an angel watching over
Surprise, surprise, they wouldn't wanna watch
#24
For some reason, after reading that I feel like I did when I found out Roger Ebert used to write softcore porn.
#26
Quote by whoomit
I've been reading his latest book about anti-gravity, it's so good I just can't put it down.



Join the club Stephen Hawking. Not even women can figure out women.
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Quote by entity0009
This thread has now made me sad because I saw his photo and was reminded that he will die in my lifetime


This may be true but we should be glad he didn't die of his disease young like most sufferers.
#32
Quote by Mazzakazza
This may be true but we should be glad he didn't die of his disease young like most sufferers.

Yeah, true.

I'm still clinging to the hope that surviving ALS has made him immortal.
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Quote by JackalUK
He might be losing it soon, I was reading a news article that he can't control the speech thing very well now as his cheek muscle which controls it is failing. He might have to get a new system with a new voice!


Hopefully he can download John Cleese's voice onto it, just like my satnav!
#36
If Hawking got a space marine body, the world would be doomed.
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#37
Quote by jurnag12
To be fair, (if this isn't just an off-hand joke, which it probably is), he's a theoretical physicist, not a psychologist/anthropologist.



Sooo...he theoretically makes things up, and people magically believe every word he says because they have no understanding of the issue? Sounds like a comedian to me.
#39
Quote by entity0009
Brian Cox will never be as awesome as Hawking. Not even if he made himself a suit of biomechanical space armour.


What if he turned out to be a Ninja raised by Space Pirates?
#40
Quote by seabear70
What if he turned out to be a Ninja raised by Space Pirates?

He'd come close. But not close enough.
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