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#5 – Hawking took the place of Newton

Stephen Hawking’s Real Universe: 10 Interesting Facts About Genius Physicist!

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At age 32, a physicist was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society. However, for example, Isaac Newton became a member of the Royal Society in 29 years. And in 37 years, Hawking was appointed professor of mathematics Lyukasovskogo in Cambridge. Here again a parallel with Newton, who held the same post from 1669 to 1702.

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