|bouncebounce crunch||15/03/2018 22:57:29|
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And another coincidence he was born on the anniversary of the death of Galileo Galilei. spooky!
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I share the same birthday with
I regret I have very little in common with them
|john stones 1||15/03/2018 23:57:16|
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I share a birthday with Koko...make your own minds up about similarities.
|Martyn K||16/03/2018 07:46:45|
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I was born on St Walpurgis Day,, My mum always said I was evil
Edited By Martyn K on 16/03/2018 07:48:38
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At least he paid his taxes
|The Wright Stuff||16/03/2018 08:03:53|
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Surely 'the coincidence' is that Einstein was born on the anniversary of the death of Galileo? Given Stephen passed on the Einstein anniversary, the Galileo 'coincidence' is inevitable!
But more seriously, Hawking certainly lived life to the full, and left a lasting legacy.
|bouncebounce crunch||16/03/2018 21:32:00|
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You got me on that one, Wright Stuff.
|TJ Alexander||17/03/2018 20:26:48|
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Hmm....cherrypicked from many others, I share a birthday with:
Emilie du Chatelet
as well as the deaths of:
Some of which have flying/engineering connections, interestingly.
|Alex Ferguson 2||17/03/2018 21:45:56|
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At least he didn't look down with his eyes closed and get run over by a "bus". He had his eyes open and looked up and survived to a reasonably old age.
Also he didn't have the fear of the church burning him at the stake for thinking.
Arhh yes, the technicians will inherit the earth as said in the film "Life of Brian" (cheese makers are food technicians).
There is a cartoon I have a liking for - one character says, "Question everything." The other character asks, "Why?"
Think about it if you can't see the recursive thinking there.
Hawking asked "Why?"
|Tom Sharp 2||18/03/2018 02:00:03|
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