'The Preciousness Of Time', A Tribute To Stephen Hawking

March 28, 2018


This is 'The Preciousness Of Time', a tribute to Stephen Hawking created by John D. Boswell (aka MelodySheep) using the words of Hawking's 'Can It Be Done' speech along with video of the late great theoretical physicist and some space imagery. I thought it was a very fitting and touching tribute. Maybe not as fitting and touching as my tribute, but I really admired the man. "You built a shrine in the seat of a mobility scooter." We all mourn in our on ways.

Keep going for the video.

Thanks to Winton, who agree Hawking and Carl Sagan are probably kicking back and admiring this pale blue dot from the cosmos.

  • GeneralDisorder

    I wanted to make some kind of joke about Stephen Hawking being a puppet but damnit that man was a treasure.

  • Fartbutt

    True player and legend. He's probably still alive out there... I'm sure aliens hella would want to chill with him and resurrect his conscious. I can see him now... in a giant muscular vessel with 3 dicks slaying alien babes every second with his huge meat swords as king of 69 realms of the universe.

    (Just fyi I'm not saying this because he was in a wheelchair, I'm saying this because he was the most respected individual on our planet and is well deserved of all the knowledge he shared and taught) This statement is in case I get some hater tryna say I'm disrespecting. Awesome video btw

  • shashi

    dude slayed plenty, maybe if he kept it in his pants we'd have a unified theory already https://www.independent.co....

  • Fartbutt

    Hahaha we both know he couldn't have gotten a boner in his wheelchair days... or could he???

  • shashi

    Wheelchair-bound by 60s. Speech unintelligible by 70s. Received Hughes medal 1976. Son born 1979 https://i.imgur.com/3bOuqaR...

  • Fartbutt

    I don't believe you!!!

  • Fartbutt

    I'm glad someone understands us

  • TheQiwiMan

    Melodysheep creates nothing but masterpieces.


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