Interview with Stephen Hawking

Stephen Hawking recently gave a talk at Arizona State University, and Claudia Dreifus of The New York Times's Science Times sat down with him for a brief yet fascinating interview about science and his life in general:

Q. Dr. Hawking, thank you so much for taking time to talk to Science Times. I’m wondering, what is a typical day like for you?

A. I get up early every morning and go to my office where I work with my colleagues and students at Cambridge University. Using e-mail, I can communicate with scientists all over the world.

Obviously, because of my disability, I need assistance. But I have always tried to overcome the limitations of my condition and lead as full a life as possible. I have traveled the world, from the Antarctic to zero gravity. (Pause.) Perhaps one day I will go into space.


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