Ciao Stephen Hawking.
Ciao to all.
Yesterday, one of the most famous scientists ever is dead at the age of 76, Stephen Hawking
. He was considered the successor of Albert Einstein, Professor of Astrophysics at Cambridge, the chair of Isaac Newton.
Famous for his studies of the Black Holes he spent at least 50 years immobilized on a wheelchair because of a neurological disease similar to ALS (amyotrophic lateral syndrome).
Many prizes for him, never the Nobel...sadly.
Ciao Stephen and thanks for your great courage and mind!
My new battle is for Neos B737-800WL or B737 MAX8
Charter airlines lover
I desperately want...all charter airlines still missing!
Primera, Monarch, airberlin, XL Airways France, Germania, Small Planet, WOW, Aigle Azur, Sterling, Thomas Cook, Adria, Air Italy/Meridiana, Level, FlyBe, SunExpress Germany, Niki-Laudamotion, JetTime, Montenegro Airlines, CSA...R.I.P.
The sky is not the same without you!