Very sad indeed. RIP.
ah. one of the last few genuinely smart people on the planet.
wait for this to somehow turn into a Sony vs Microsoft thread
I'm surprised he held on for so long. Good for him and good for humanity. Someone else will have to pick up the slack now.
If you demand respect or gratitude for your volunteer work, you're doing volunteering wrong.
His contributions to science were immense. But everyone dies. He had to die as well at some point. Instead of mourning his death, let's celebrate his life and legacy as he does his final experiment in what happens after you die if anything.
Just a guy who doesn't want to be bored. Also
A great loss to the world. RIP
One of the greatest minds of our time.
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Terrible loss, nothing but respect for the man.
This took me by surprise.He seemed so energetic given his condition that it seemed that he would never die.This is truly sad.
Rest in peace Professor
My (locked) thread about how difficulty should be a decision for the developers, not the gamers.
He was expected to die at age 15-25.
Let's celebrate that he stayed with us this long.
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