Stephen Hawking - Infinite Wisdom [world Service]

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Stephen Hawking - Infinite Wisdom20180317

"Rather than see black holes as menacing and destructive, we should try to understand them

Sue Lawley looks back at some of the extraordinary thinking of one the world\u2019s most influential scientists

Following the death of Professor Stephen Hawking, here is another chance to hear his 2016 BBC Reith Lectures on black holes. For many of us black holes are pretty mind-boggling - the stuff of science fiction nightmares. But Stephen Hawking said - rather than see them as menacing and destructive, we should try to understand them…. and thereby unlock the secrets of the Universe.

Image: Stephen Hawking, Credit: Reuters

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Stephen Hawking - Infinite Wisdom20180317

"Rather than see black holes as menacing and destructive, we should try to understand them

Sue Lawley looks back at some of the extraordinary thinking of one the world\u2019s most influential scientists

Following the death of Professor Stephen Hawking, here is another chance to hear his 2016 BBC Reith Lectures on black holes. For many of us black holes are pretty mind-boggling - the stuff of science fiction nightmares. But Stephen Hawking said - rather than see them as menacing and destructive, we should try to understand them…. and thereby unlock the secrets of the Universe.

Image: Stephen Hawking, Credit: Reuters

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Stephen Hawking - Infinite Wisdom20180317

Rather than see black holes as menacing and destructive, we should try to understand them

Sue Lawley looks back at some of the extraordinary thinking of one the world\u2019s most influential scientists

Stephen Hawking - Infinite Wisdom20180317

Rather than see black holes as menacing and destructive, we should try to understand them

Sue Lawley looks back at some of the extraordinary thinking of one the world\u2019s most influential scientists

Following the death of Professor Stephen Hawking, here is another chance to hear his 2016 BBC Reith Lectures on black holes. For many of us black holes are pretty mind-boggling - the stuff of science fiction nightmares. But Stephen Hawking said - rather than see them as menacing and destructive, we should try to understand them…. and thereby unlock the secrets of the Universe.

Image: Stephen Hawking, Credit: Reuters