Hawking's Dream (Hawkings Traum), Or, The Grand Unified Quantum Theory of Human Gravity

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Oberon Books, 2000 - Drama - 72 pages
Stephen Hawking - world famous professor and astrophysicist - but what does he dream about? Sex amongst the stars, inflatable whales, and powerful, nightmarish figures from politics and industry campaigning to introduce euthanasia into Europe. Promising him a Nobel Prize, they trick him into signing their petition. However, once their true intentions are revealed, Hawking takes a truly cosmic revenge... Bold and darkly funny, Hawking's Dream is a satirical look at recent social and political developments and at the reappearance of policies from Europe's darkest hour.

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