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Steven Hawking's Brother
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RE: Steven Hawking's Brother
You know I wish they did Hawking biopic in style of how they made one about Shakespeare where he didn't write any of his plays and was in fact illiterate:

It starts in post WW2 Germany where this tall, blonde brilliant young man just finishes college in record time - let's call him Hans. But no one notices it and nobody cares because as a German he is branded a Nazi and his ideas about the universe are looked upon at the same way. So he finds this debilitated stupid young man in England and he decides to enroll him into college by communicating to him the answers to the tests (with devices Hans invented) along with other ingenious ways to make Steve look smart. And as Steve gets sicker it is easier for Hans to put words in his mouth, so by now it's all Hans communicating trough Hawking's speech synthesizer.

I mean what's wrong with that?
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RE: Steven Hawking's Brother
(8th January 2017, 12:29)Stimbo Wrote: I've never had a brother, but my sister does - and she pretty much agrees with me anyway. So, do we cancel out, or amplify, or what?

Can someone look at the rules on the lid of the box, see if we're playing this properly?

You have a sister? Oh oh! Does she have sex with men? Sorry matey......You are now legally gay by association.
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RE: Steven Hawking's Brother
Forget about Stephen Hawking's brother or anybody else, don't you think that Stephen Hawking had himself more then enough encounters with death and dying? If there was anything after death Stephen Hawking would already have a PhD in it.
Not to mention that it is disrespectful to tie in any way Dr. Hawking with rubbish that religious people are using to keep him in the wheelchair. And yes, I am talking about stem cell research.
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RE: Steven Hawking's Brother
Quote: If there was anything after death Stephen Hawking would already have a PhD in it.

Heh. Reminds me of the quote (might have been Spider Robinson, not sure): 'We know there's no afterlife. If there were, Isaac Asimov would have already published three popular articles about it.'

Boru
'There are people who long for immortality in the afterlife who don't know what to do with themselves on a rainy Sunday afternoon.' - Isaac Asimov
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