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The theory of relativity is based on concepts : -Space and time are relative to the velocities of the observers -Spacetime : space and time are linked -The speed of light is a constant for all observers. When I apply my battle theory minds are relatively blown
Stephen W Hawking has a motor neurone disease. This disease spread until he was 20 and now he uses a wheelchair to move. So take a seat Steve Opp, I see you brought your own
Because of a tracheotomy, he is unable to speak. But ingeneers developped a computer with a specific program and a speech synthesizer which allows him to communicate again. What’s with your voice?
Do you know Wall-E ? Speak and spell is a toy with a speech synthesizer. You sound like WALL-E Having sex with a Speak & Spell
MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology USA) and Oxford (England) are two famous universities. I’ll school you anywhere MIT to Oxford
The most famous formula of Einstein is : E = mc 2 « E equal m multiplied by c squared » And in rap music MC means Master of Ceremony = the singer Cause that means Albert E Equals M C squared
A troll doll is a famous doll in the USA. You look like someone glued a mustache on a troll doll
In the theory of relativity, the gravitation is slowing down the time. If you take two clocks, one in a field of gravitation and the other one outside this field, the one in the field is going to be late. I’ll be stretching out the rhyme, like gravity stretches time
There is a double meaning : - a p-brane is a mathematical concept in string theory, which is a big part of Hawking’s theoretical works - calling someone a ‘pea brain’ is an insult meaning he is stupid. When you try to put your little pea brane against this kind of mind
I’ll be dropping mad apples on your head from the shoulder of giants The story says that an apple falling from a tree gave the idea of the Gravitation to Sir Isaac Newton. “On The shouders of giants” is the tittle of a book from Hawking. He is using original papers from Einstein, Copernicus, Galilei, Kepler and Newton to show how these scientists changed the vision of the world.
I’ll give you a brief history of pain with the back of my hand It is referring to another book of Hawking.
You can’t destroy matter or me, for serious Ripping holes in you bigger than the hole in your black hole theory was At first, during several years, Hawking taught that all the information (light, electromagnetics waves …) were lost in a black hole and going to another universe. But he changed his mind and now thinks it was a mistake.
There are 10,000,000 Million, million, million, …particles in the universe that we can observe Extract from the book “The idea of inflation could also explain why there is so much matter in the universe. There are something like ten million million million million million million million million million million million million million million (1 with eighty zeros after it) particles in the region of the universe that we can observe. Where did they all come from? The answer is that, in quantum theory, particles can be created out of energy in the form of particle/antiparticle pairs. But that just raises the question of where the energy came from. The answer is that the total energy of the universe is exactly zero. »
You wanna bring the heat With the mushroom clouds you’re making "I made one great mistake in my life — when I signed the letter to President Roosevelt recommending that atom bombs be made; but there was some justification — the danger that the Germans would make them...“ Albert Einstein. In 1939, just before the second world war Einstein left Germany and sent a letter to Franklin Roosevelt. He explained that he feared Germany was going to manage to create an atomic bomb. This letter was one of the argument which decided the Americans to initiate the Manhattan Project = program to develop atomic bombs
I’m a super computer You’re like a TI-82 A super computer is much more powerful than a TI-82