(Telegraph) Stephen Hawking: ‘Women are a complete mystery’
By Donna Bowater 9:52PM GMT 04 Jan 2012
Professor Stephen Hawking, the eminent physicist whose quantum cosmology transformed our understanding of the universe, has admitted he is baffled by the fairer sex.
Despite being known as the world’s most famous scientist, Professor Hawking has revealed that he, like many other men, spends much of his time thinking about women.
In an interview with the New Scientist magazine to mark his 70th birthday on Sunday, January 8, he was asked: “What do you think most about during the day?” to which he replied: “Women. They are a complete mystery.”
The article was published ahead of a symposium in his honour at Cambridge University on Sunday. The event, called The State of the Universe, will be hosted by the Centre for Theoretical Cosmology to mark his milestone birthday.
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