After the memorial service, his voice was set to be beamed into space.
World-renowned physicist and cosmologist Stephen Hawking’s iconic computerized voice was projected into a black hole following a memorial service and interment at Westminster Abbey.
“It is a message of peace and hope, about unity and the need for us to live together in harmony on this planet.”
Some pre-ceremony inspiration for Harry and Meghan.
Interment inside Westminster Abbey is a rarely bestowed honor.
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On Monday I met my dad at Westminster for an impromptu catch up. He is rarely in London and a few of my meetings were cancelled
Lo (and behold), I found myself in London last month, standing before The Great Door to St. James Palace at dusk, more or less expecting to be let in. Which I was! Straight off, I took a wrong turn, gravitating toward a bunch of bobbies and a man with a clipboard.
A couple of days ago I was in a deeply melancholic state because of various personal struggles, including health and financial issues and an ex-wife I still love, but it all is leavened with the sense that as one approaches the end of life, the world becomes a much more apocalyptical place.
"This is a time when the example of a royal baby focuses the attention on the importance of every baby and child," said the