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Stephen Hawking gets birthday gift from Intel

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Caiosan
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Caiosan   1/23/2013 7:22:24 PM
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The people measure wrongly achievements. It is not where on the top of the mountain somebody stands, instead of that it should be how difficult, complex and demotivational was the path to be overcome. So, talking about those dozen folks that you have thought maybe they do not have better achievements at all.

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rescott   1/23/2013 6:54:08 PM
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Everything is cooler than will i am

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smartens   1/23/2013 5:24:35 PM
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Totally cool. Stephen Hawking rocks.

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eewiz   1/23/2013 4:03:11 AM
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That was a nice gesture by Intel :)

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re: Stephen Hawking gets birthday gift from Intel
sprite0022   1/22/2013 12:16:23 AM
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anyway Hawking is cooler than will i am in my opinion.

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sprite0022   1/22/2013 12:14:46 AM
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i am wondering if intel is interested in a commercial deal. they are more interested in publicity rather than science achievement for sure. since there r more than a dozen folks around with better achievement.

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