3.14 Hawking his last story

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What the hoax character is really about.

but for some readers the subtext of A Brief History of Timewas a human interest story about a genius who overcame his disability. Multiple reviews from the time touch on this. Hawking said in the Journal that it probably helped sales, but he signaled he was uneasy with such a reading.

Hawking and others have long joked that many people purchased his book because it made them look smart but never bothered to read it. “He agreed that the book, Brief History of Time, was probably the least-read, most-bought book ever,”

21 thoughts on “3.14 Hawking his last story

  1. xileffilex

    Not quite his final story, Hawking has a “paper” under review [in which journal, we are not told]
    Carlos Frenk, professor of cosmology at Durham University, told The Sunday Times: The intriguing idea in Hawking’s paper is that [the multiverse] left its imprint on the background radiation permeating our universe and we could measure it with a detector on a spaceship.
    “These ideas offer the breathtaking prospect of finding evidence for the existence of other universe.” [sic]
    Professor Thomas Hertog, from KU Leuven University in Belgium, worked with Hawking on the new theory and said he met the Cambridge scientist two weeks ago to discuss its final approval.

    March 17 2018
    And I’m sure the eminent cosmologist was on his finest, witty form.

  2. xileffilex

    We know it’s a staged media event – nobody is telling or even asking about the cause of death. Oh, he’s had ALS for 55 years! So obvious! No need to ask…. Like er he could have been mowed down by a bus or contracted pneumonia [again]
    It seems that Jeanna Lee York [corrected spelling] is a more recent “PA” although her twitter feed seems to have died suddenly in 2015.
    This 2015 Wired article namechecks his latter “nurse” Patricia Dowdy as well as PA York
    Dowdy [nee McLenan [sic]] seems to live miles away in Ipswich, associated with a musical charity there

    Nurse Dowdy’s husband, Roy [of RAF i.e. USAF base Lakenheath] we learn, died aged just 45 in Addenbrookes hospital in Cambridge in 2009

    News of the death of Dr. Stephen Hawking was greeted with sadness by many Intel [Corp] employees who had helped give him his “voice”.

    Is that the nurse on the left or another “theoretical cosmologist” at this 2013 Intel bash in Cambridge UK?

    1. xileffilex

      Looking at this phoney “death” more deeply…Hawking
      “died early Wednesday morning, a family spokesman told ABC News” i.e sometime between midnight and 3.30 AM
      “The family did not disclose the cause of death, but said he “died peacefully” at his home in Cambridge”
      How could they know the cause of death? Families don’t do autopsies, certainly not before their “loved one” is cold even if they’re qualified pathologists.
      Which “nurse” was on “night shift” in Newnham on the eve and morning of “Pi day”?

      “His family have kindly requested that they be given the time and privacy to mourn his passing, “
      As in every other faked death! Has he died? We’ll never know. Is he, or whoever was last photographed in his Intel wheelchair, still alive? I have no idea. All I’m certain of is that the death announcement during the early hours of Pi day was a timed media event with no supporting evidence. It’s all BS.

    2. gaiagaia

      – this is supposedly his 71st birthday. Does “Stephen Hawking” look like a guy of 71 years old? Yeah, ALS and such, but does such a disease suddenly mean people don’t age? Note the year on the site when you click the photo says “2016”
      – his hands are fake. They seem in a perfect normal shape here, not in a cramp like it should be and they are far too fat. The guy was allegedly very skinny, but his hands suddenly are not and the opposite; super fat?

      “Hawking” was not only a psientist, but also a political fearmongerer:

      Stephen Hawking’s warnings: What he predicted for the future

      – Leaving Earth – a lie, because impossible, even if we wanted to
      – Rise of the machines – playing the “I am still alive and talking because of machines, but you have to be afraid” card, fearmongering about the robotization of society (a psyop in itself)
      – Tipping point – pushing the blatant Global Warming lie and adding a political left-right paradigm comment in it:

      We are close to the tipping point where global warming [oops, not “Climate Change” anymore?] becomes irreversible. Trump’s action could push the Earth over the brink, to become like Venus, with a temperature of 250 degrees, and raining sulphuric acid [sure! how exactly would that work, Prof. Dr. Psientist?]

      – Shh, keep it down – pushing the alien psyop, that is just as impossible as our own space travel

      Hawking cautioned against trying to actively hail any alien civilisations that might be out there.
      In 2010, he told the Discovery Channel that aliens might simply raid Earth for resources and then move on.

      Ah look, another professor said that already, “funny” he leaves out Global Warming:

      Prof Sir Martin Rees, the Astronomer Royal, said: “He had robust common sense, and was ready to express forceful political opinions.

      “However, a downside of his iconic status was that that his comments attracted exaggerated attention even on topics where he had no special expertise – for instance philosophy, or the dangers from aliens or from intelligent machines.”

    1. Tom DalpraTom Dalpra

      Ever since Miles Mathis said Mark Staycer was John Lennon I can’t take him seriously.
      Where’s the misdirection in that ”paper”( that term makes me cringe, in it’s attempt, seemingly, to add some kind of gravitas) I wonder?

      1. xileffilex

        Did you read the published ‘manuscript’, Tom? I guess you can explain away all the problems Miles has with the Hawking phenomenon, some of which mesh with my own. When was the peak “bashing” period? He was allegedly in Vietnam in 1997, having re-married ,if one can believe the paperwork, in Cambridge in 1995.

        Do you see Jeanna around Cambridge, Tom?
        and at 0.52 here

        1. Tom DalpraTom Dalpra

          ‘Published manuscript’ hehe. In a world of lies and deception, one thing I do know for sure is that Miles Mathis is capable of posting blatant, palpable, bullshit. Why should he be trusted on this one?

          Talking of papers, I didn’t realise the ‘Hawking replacement conspiracy’ had made the mainstream newspapers early this year, in time for his demise.

          As The Daily Mail suggests xileffilex. ”Maybe the conspiracy theorists (you and Miles Mathis) were right on this one? ”

          But maybe not. I have to wonder about the reason for the idea being suggested in the mainstream press leading up to his demise.

          As regards Jeanna. I wasn’t even aware of her and therefore have no idea whether I’ve seen her or not. Why do you ask ?

          1. xileffilex

            Thanks, Tom, hadn’t seen that 76th birthday present for the esteemed theoretical cosmologist. [very droll comments too] However, I was dismayed to note the absence of cited references in that Daily Mail “paper”. I’m sure Miles’ pdf would have been one of them. I wonder whether the Mail also consulted the excellent Cluesforum thread. Perhaps,though, it was yet another of those “crazy conspiracy theorist” articles ahead of his planned “withdrawal” less than two months later.

            If Jeanna was his most recent PA, I thought you might have seen man about town Hawking stepping out with her along Kings Parade, chatting to tourists as he went..
            It looks like he’s staring down her cleavage in the above photo. Naughty old cosmologist. A leopard never changes its spots, being the take home psy-op message, I guess.

    2. gaiagaia

      Miles Mathis got free public attention by this video, from January 22, 2018, years after his paper on Hawking, now 95,000 views but probably many in the last 2 days:

  3. xileffilex

    Did Prof Hawking have a PA in the mid 90s when all this alleged abuse was going on?
    In 1995, we read today,

    Professor Hawking married Elaine Mason, one of the his nurses. The marriage lasted 11 years. Today Mrs Hawking, 68, said: “His death was a relief for him, I believe. He was the love of my life and I very reluctantly had to let go of him, but very reluctantly.”

    A relief?
    For his last PA, Judith Croasdell, was appointed way back in 2004, a fascinating and amazing woman [well worth reading the following article in its entirety] who describes herself as

    ” the gatekeeper for Stephen Hawking – it was relentless but fascinating…….Another great highlight was organising his trip in the Zero Gravity Comet in Florida in 2007. That was unforgettable. Months of planning – persuading doctors to go with him – ended in a Hawking sublime moment when he left his wheelchair behind and floated in mid air! I didn’t travel with him all that much.

    [so who did?]

    “I am now Stephen’s consultant for the Starmus 3 Festival in Tenerife this summer. I’m working on a great project, ‘Beyond the Horizon,’ where science, music and the stars meet! My other boss is the dynamic Armenian astrophysicist Professor Garik Israelian. Starmus is about inspiring people to love science

    PA Life March 24 2016

    Here’s an example of her gatekeeping in 2006 when Hawking divorced for the second time [assuming it’s the same Hawking]


    “This is just a distraction, which is really annoying,” Judith Croadsell, [sic] his secretary, said of the divorce. “We don’t have time for any of this.”


    The previous PA was Jeanna Lee Yorke, who described his sense of humour as “Wicked” [he hadn’t spoken since 1987]

    Obviously, checking out on National Pi day and Einstein’s birthday was yet another example of his wicked sense of humour? Or the scriptwriters’.

  4. Tom DalpraTom Dalpra

    Having lived in Cambridge England for nearly 30 years I’ve seen Stephen Hawking in-the-flesh, several times, up-close.
    In the mid-nineties (certainly) , he would regularly go for trips into town in his wheelchair with his helper. Particularly in the Summer, by the river, the famous guy would happily rumble along in his wheelchair through crowds of people with no problem at all. A friend once told me he’d stopped him and asked him a question which he’d answered with his robot voice. I never talked to him but, certainly, at that point he was very much the living breathing Stephen Hawking we knew from the media.
    At that time, he looked, sounded and acted exactly as he did on television.

    Now, it was around this time (mid-nineties) when we started to hear about him being abused by his lover. The abuse seemed undeniable. He had cuts and bruises on his face for all the world to see. But he wouldn’t press charges. The sex, we concluded (yes ALS sufferers can still attain erection and achieve orgasm) must have been that good. But perhaps she’d been pissed-off with him visiting brothels, as the 62 year old wheelchair-bound fucker was also said to have done .

    ”Good-on-‘im! ‘ I’d said, on hearing of his sexual exploits. Perhaps this was the secret of his longevity ?

    There is quite a lot talked about Hawking in the alternative media and some of what I hear, appears to be crap. I’ve had a 25 year career in care work where, at times, I’ve supported severely disabled people.
    There are some remarkable people out there. I think the guy in the chair is consistent.
    The Hawking we saw at the end of his life looked like an aged version of the guy I saw in a wheelchair.
    His incisors don’t look like they’d grown to me, for example, it just looked consistent with age and receding gums .
    We all know the Science is bullshit and that Stephen Hawking was a puppet, but I think he was a ‘real’ puppet, if you will.

    There’re questions I still have How did he stay alive so long ? Were we told the true nature of his condition ?
    Is there indeed some treatment that this selected and eminently controllable young scientist was given to lengthen his life, to stay a star and become the legend?

    1. ab Post author

      That’s nice Tom but there are three points that make the story unbelievable. Number one there is no evidence that ALS patients live more than a few years let alone 55. There is no evidence that the science fiction that he speaks of can be verified. There is no evidence that the actor or person that we see in the images had any of those thoughts attributed to him in his actual brain. Other than that how exactly do you know that ALS patients can get an erection and have an orgasm?

      1. Tom DalpraTom Dalpra

        So on your first point, we agree. As I said, there’s an outstanding question – if he had the illness we’re told he had, how did he live so long ?

        Your second point, ‘there is no evidence that the science fiction he speaks of can be verified’ I agree with totally. It’s just a load of astronomical, imaginative bullshit. That’s what these top scientists are, aren’t they ? Full of elaborate bullshit they half- believe themselves ?

        On the third question of ALS and sexual function, I found this quote randomly on the internet, but I’ll go with the idea of it.

        Eric Valor, IT Professional and Person with ALS.
        Updated Feb 24, 2015 · Author has 262 answers and 3.1m answer views
        ” OK seriously, I am like Professor Hawking in that I am also quadriplegic and on a vent due to advanced ALS. I also enjoy an active and satisfying sex life with my significant other. ALS only affects the nerves which control the voluntary skeletal muscles, not the love muscle. Sexual arousal and function is controlled by the Parasympathetic nervous system. With a little imagination and care, sex is still very doable and much the same as when I was healthy. The outcome (and output) is every bit the same. Without the usual protective measures, the result in approximately 9 months is also the same.”

        Stephen Hawking, called his second marriage to his (allegedly abusive) ex nurse – ”passionate and tempestuous”.

        Go figure.

        1. gaiagaia

          Tom, what your first-hand experience confirms:

          – there was a person they drove around through Cambridge who resembled an ALS patient that (superficially) looked like/acted like what we knew as “Stephen Hawking”

          Against that, what the media have shown us:
          – different people, clear from the photos
          – non-matching teeth (by any stretch!)
          – not only a “scientific” miracle, but combined with that a medical “miracle”

          Multiple actors playing the same role we have seen with:
          – Adolf Hitler
          – Saddam Hussein
          – Tim Osman/”Osama bin Laden”
          – Barbara Walters (check Piece of Mindful)
          – Orpah Robinson (known as the “Oprah Winfrey” project) – work in progress for me, but I already saw others have confirmed the same thing

          And probably so many many more…

          Your first-hand experience (that I don’t question) does not mean:
          – “Stephen Hawking” lived for 55 years with ALS
          – there was one person and one only, being Stephen Hawking

          A computer voice makes it easy; no voice recognition needed, just a tape.

          This timed “death” may well lead to new “scientific discoveries” “he” made, that will be pushed in the next weeks and change the “science” books again for the masses.

          1. Tom DalpraTom Dalpra

            Gaia said –
            ”different people, clear from the photos”

            What photos ?
            Is this an extension of the celebrity double disinformation that was once so glaringly profuse on the Piece of Mindful sight you recommend ?
            Everyone looks different at different times in their lives.
            You could play that game with anyone and drive yourself nuts.

            1. gaiagaia

              You left out the teeth. There are many photos of “Stephen Hawking” around showing bad-but-aligned lower teeth. And there are photos with the four lower teeth sticking out like crazy.

              That simply cannot be the same person.

              I have commented on POM about the facial comparisons. I see it as a great way to provide insight to show “one person” actually is more people (a true negative). The other way, concluding Person A = Person B (a true positive) I find much less convincing. You may have missed my criticism on that, just for information purposes:

            2. Vespadouglas

              hi tom , never mind the monkey ,the grinder himself has a date soon on these ab-ulous pages , where im sure the interviewing fakeologist will get to the “nitty gritty”

            1. gaiagaia

              We can only guess about “purposes”, in any of those events/people.

              With Hitler imho it’s clear; get the best narrator on stage, the best negotiator on another and the “best” strategic (bound to fail) expert on the military one…

              Why not do it? If a psyopath knows he/she can get away with it, it will happen… it’s a game, not a planned-out-to-the-detail idea…

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