I have been fascinated by Stephen Hawking since I read ‘A Brief History Of Time’ which was a genius piece of complicated physics I didn’t understand. But in spite of my failure to understand difficult concepts (which results into me describing everything as simply ‘wibly wobly timey wimey’) I have always looked at scientists with admiration. Hawking is an interesting figure because he is creating history right now and I have the privilege of witnessing it. I have seen the BBC documentary ‘Hawking’ (in which Benedict Cumberbatch plays him brilliantly) and I only found him more endearing. Here’s is an interview of him with John Oliver (who is hilarious and brings out the dark humour in tragic realities) in which he displays his impeccable comic timing. Wish all my science teachers were like this!