Coming into Trinity Lane!
Eyes on the road, Brian.
Brian spies an opening!
Too slow, old man.
Oh, my goodness. Right.
Time for a drink, yeah. Hello.
What if the secret of the universe has something to do with sex.
Maybe do your doctorate on that? The physics of love.
- I think that's more your field, Brian. - Not lately.
They will boot you out, you know, if you don't decide.
I know everybody here who's... brilliant.
Oh, dear, scientists!
Don't worry, we don't have to stay long...
looks mortifyingly dull.
- Bores. - Who's that?
Who's who? Oh, him?
He's strange, clever, goes to "Ban the Bomb" marches.
他挺怪的 也挺聪明 去了抗议核游行[1960年代]
Wilde. Jane Wilde.
Oh, there's David... David?
- I'll be back in a minute. I'll be back in a second. - Diana! Diana!
-我马上回来 马上回来 -戴安娜
- Hello. - Hello.
- Science? - Arts.
- English. - French and Spanish.
What about you? What are you?
- Cosmologist, I'm a cosmologist. - What's that?
-宇宙学家 我是个宇宙学家 -那是什么
It's a kind of religion for
- intelligent atheists. - Intelligent atheists?
You're not religious, are you?
- Church of England. - England, yes.
I suppose someone has to be.
So, what do cosmologists worship then?
One single unifying equation
that explains everything in the universe.
What's the equation?
That is the question.
And a very good question. I'm not quite sure yet.
But I intend to find out.
Then why didn't you stay at Oxford?
Because my finals exams were such a shambles
that the examiners they settled me in for a "Viva",
- And they told me that if I go up a second... - What's a "Viva"?
It's a sort of, mildly terrifying face-to-face thingy.
- Like an interview? - An interrogation.
And I told them that if they gave me a 2nd class degree
then I'd stay with them and do my research at Oxford,
but if they gave me the 1st, I needed to get into Cambridge,
then they would never have to see me again.
They gave you the 1st.
- Of course. - This party is officially deceased.
Come on, I've fixed you up a ride home.
- Well, it was lovely to talk to you. - Yes.
And... I hope you find your equation.
Well, then, here we are,
a little challenge for you all,
as you embark upon your separate doctoral journeys...
whatever they may be, Mr. Hawking.
Something to separate the men from the boys,
the wheat from the chaff,
the mesons from the pi-mesons, the quarks from the quacks.
Ten questions, each more impregnable than the last.
Good luck, you'll need it. Shall we say Friday at 3 o'clock?
This is going to hospitalize me.
Stay long, Brian. I'll give you something long.
坚持住 布莱恩 给你喊个持久的
Stay long, Brian. Keep long, Brian!
坚持住 布莱恩 加把劲 布莱恩
- Long, Brian! - I'm exhausted.
-撑住啊 布莱恩 -累死了
Stay long, Brian!
Flip it, flip it! Wiggs.
弹它 弹它 该死
Somebody else for once.
- Can I get two more of those, please? - Yeah, sure.
- And some change for payphone, Sir. - Yeah.
- Steve, you all right, mate? - Jane.
-斯蒂夫 你没事吧 -简
You'll never guess who I saw with him the other day... Caroline.
For heaven's sake, she can save him, quite frankly.
What's the probability?
Uh... this is... this is Stephen.
- Do you play croquet? - Croquet?
I'm actually busy on Sunday mornings.
Anyway, before I was completely interrupted...
Oh, come on, get up! How many did you get?
- Morning, Brian. - Good afternoon, Stephen.
-早上好 布莱恩 -下午好 斯蒂芬
How many of the impossible questions did you do?
Brian, I have no idea what you're talking about.
How many of Sciama's questions did you get, Stephen?
夏玛的问题 你做出几个 斯蒂芬
- None. - You didn't get any?
I was going to do them later.
You haven't even looked at them.
Stephen, are you aware that
you've voluntarily embarked on a PhD in physics?
At the most prestigious college in England?
Oh! Thought maybe you'd slept through the induction or something.
- What? - Can you whip on some Wagner?
- Come in, Stephen. - Sorry.
-请进 斯蒂芬 -抱歉
Michael, that's so illegible
I can't quite decipher how wrong it is, I suspect enormously,
and Brian... that's just baffling.
- Have you even bothered to? - Oh, sorry.
It's certainly unacceptable, these expired a month ago.
It's on the back, I had a little accident.
I could only do nine.
Well... oh... thank God... Bravo...
好吧 谢天谢地 真棒
Oh, Stephen, take a seat.
I wanted to talk to you about your subject.
We're all rather concerned as to what it's going to be.
Do you have any ideas?
This is where J.J. Thomson discovered the electron,
and where Rutherford split the atom.
You know, one of the great rewards of this job is one never knows
from where the next great
leap forward is going to come, or from whom.
Listen, next Friday, I'm taking a few graduates of merit to London,
to attend a talk by the mathematician Roger Penrose.
You come along... if you're interested.
Oh, and close the door as you leave.
So, I gather you've never been to church?
I have a slight problem with the whole Celestial Dictator premise.
Now, what are you doing for lunch? Ma makes a cracking roast.
So, Jane, what are you studying?
- Arts. - Sprouts?
French and Spanish, and hoping to do a PhD eventually.
Medieval poetry of the Iberian Peninsula.
Medieval poets... What painters do you like?
- Well, I like Turner. - Turner, really?
You know, I always feel that his paintings
look as if they've been left out in the rain.
And... William Blake.
- Jane, have some of my elderflower wine. - Yes, yes, thank you.
-简 来尝尝我的接骨木酒 -谢谢
Don't touch it, don't touch it, Jane.
别试 别试 简
Thank you. Mother?
Stephen doesn't like my homemade wine...philistine.
I'm going to send you back with a couple of bottles.
So, Stephen, you have come from church with a good woman.
Are you feeling holier than thou?
Positively saintly... thank you.
You haven't said why you don't believe in God.
A physicist can't allow his calculations
to be muddled by a belief in a supernatural creator.
Sounds less of an argument against God than against physicists.
- Jane, light meat or dark? - Light, please.
-简 鸡胸还是鸡腿 -鸡胸 谢谢
I'm inviting Jane to be my partner to the May ball.
Really! Very impressive!
You'll have to dance this year Stephen.
Make way for my mother's leg, here we go.
- Sorry. - Are you okay?
- Do you dance, Stephen? - No.
I don't. It's a phenomenon I'm very happy to observe,
but I can't possibly imagine participating.
I absolutely agree. I mean, who would want to dance?
No, I'm serious, I don't dance.
Do you see how the men's shirt-fronts
and their bow ties, how they glow more than the womens' dresses?
- Yes. - Do you know why?
The fluorescence in the washing powder is caught by the UV light.
Why do you know that?
When stars are born and when they die, they emit UV radiation.
So, if we could see the night sky in ultraviolet light,
then almost all the stars would disappear
and all that we would see are these spectacular births and deaths.
- I reckon it would look a little... - Like that.
- So, why? - Why what?
Why Spanish medieval poetry?
I suppose I like to time travel...
Are there any particular time periods that you'd like to visit?
- The imagine it's the Twenties. - The Roaring Twenties?
-二十年代吧 -咆哮的二十年代吗[1920 北美]
"Seek, then, No learning from starry men,
耶茨 《The Song of the Happy Shepherd》
"Who follow with the optic glass
"The whirling ways of stars that pass."
Well, that's astonishing, isn't it?
"In the beginning was the heaven and the earth,
"and the earth was without form,
"And darkness was upon the face of the deep."
Will you dance with me?
The train now departing from platform three is
the nine-seventeen service to London King's Cross.
Come on, Stephen. Get a move on.
快点 斯蒂芬 快点
What's wrong with you, man? Chop-chop.
A star, more than three times the size of our sun...
ought to end its life, how? With a collapse.
就要走到尽头 怎么结束呢 坍缩
The gravitational forces of the entire mass
overcoming the electromagnetic forces of individual atoms,
and so collapsing inwards.
If the star is massive enough, it will continue this collapse,
creating a black hole, where the warping of space-time
is so great that nothing can escape... not even light.
It gets... smaller... smaller.
The star, in fact, gets denser, as atoms,
even subatomic particles get literally crushed into smaller and smaller space.
And at its end point what are we left with?
A space time singularity.
Space and time come to a stop.
I wonder what would happen if you applied
Penrose's theory about black holes to the entire universe?
If Einstein is right,
or if general relativity is correct,
then the universe is expanding, yes?
- Yes. - Okay, so...
If you reverse time, then the universe is getting smaller.
- All right. - So...
What if I reverse the process all the way back
to see what happened at the beginning of Time itself?
- The beginning of Time itself? - Yes.
The universe, getting smaller and smaller,
getting denser and denser, hotter and hotter as...
As you wind back the clock.
- Exactly, you wind back the clock. - Wind back the clock.
-没错 时光倒流 -时光倒流
Is that what you're doing? Are you winding back the clock?
That's what I'm doing.
Well, keep winding! You've got quite a way to go! Keep winding.
继续转 还有好久呢 继续转
I don't want to fall in.
Well, you've got to go back to the beginning of time.
You've got a long way to go, so, keep winding, keep winding!
可有你转的 接着转 别停
A space-time singularity,
so the universe born from a black hole exploding.
- Keep going. - What do you mean, "Keep going", what...
before the universe began?
No, no, no, no! Keep going, develop the mathematics!
不是 继续 用数学方法解决
Okay, all right. Very good.
Push it as hard as you can! Push it, push it!
- As hard as you can. - I am pushing as hard as I can.
Why... count 1... 1, 2... 1, 2...
怎么... 一 二 一 二
Fourth finger, fourth peg.
It's called motor neuron disease.
It's a progressive neurological disorder
that destroys the cells in the brain that control essential muscle activity,
Speaking, walking, breathing, swallowing
讲话 行走 呼吸 吞咽
The signals that muscles must receive in order to move are disrupted.
The result is... gradual muscle decay, wasting away.
Eventually, the ability to
control voluntary movement is... lost... entirely.
I'm afraid average life expectancy is two years.
There's nothing I can do for you.
What about the brain?
The brain isn't affected, you're thoughts won't change.
Well, eventually, no one will know what they are.
Welcome to this week's episode of "The Natural World",
where this week we explore the bizarre hibernation patterns
of the rare Cambridge Physicist,
seen here in his remarkable plumage..."
So, how was it? What did they say, how's your wrist?
怎么样 他们怎么说的 你的手腕怎么样
I have a disease, Bri.
Is it venereal... Stephen?
I have motor neuron disease.
It's Lou Gehrig's disease, he's a baseball player.
Sorry, I'm lagging behind in my pioneering research into
不好意思 神经运动 棒球什么的病
obscure, motor, baseball related diseases.
- I have two years to live. - Sorry?
It does sound odd when you say it out loud, doesn't it?
Whatchya mean? No, you don't.
What did... what did... what...
what did they say? Sorry, I... I don't really...
Will you go, Brian?
Stephen, I was just being a berk...
I didn't... I'm so... I'll be...
Stephen, phone for you. It's a girl.
斯蒂芬 找你的电话 是个姑娘
- I'll see you soon. - Yes.
Hello. Sorry... I'm...
Why don't you sit down.
I spoke to Stephen, uh, yesterday,
and I know that you called him...
John is having an affair with Martha,
but Martha is in love with Alan,
and I think that Alan is probably homosexual,
by the look of his jumper, so, well, I'm just trying
看他的毛衣 我呢 我在尽力
to work out the mathematical probability of happiness.
It's some integer of zero, but, no, I'm not quite there yet.
- Stephen. - You just missed him.
He was here earlier.
Play a game with me.
If you don't get up and play a game with me...
I won't come back here again...
Are you going to talk about this or not?
- Will you please just go? - Is that what you want?
Yes, it is what I want, so, please,
是 我想要你走 走吧
if you care about me all, then, please, just go!
- I can't. - I have two years to live.
- I need to work. - I love you.
You've... you've leapt to... that's a false conclusion...
I want us to be together, for as long as we've got,
and if that's not very long then, well,
that's just how it is... it'll have to do.
You don't know what's coming. It'll affect everything.
Your glasses are always dirty.
That's better, isn't it?
Now the solutions to the Schrodinger
equation must vanish at the boundary of the box, so we have...
Time, that's your subject?
Any aspect in particular?
I don't think you realize what lies ahead, Jane.
His life is going to be very short.
So, be careful, the weight of science is against you.
And this will not be a fight, Jane.
This is going to be a very heavy defeat...
I know what you all think... that...
That I don't look a terribly strong person.
We're going to fight this illness together...
- Good morning, Stephen. - Good morning, professor.
-早上好 斯蒂芬 -早上好 教授
I know, I know...
- ...got to be a little more elegant. - Yes, that's what...
Come in, Stephen.
I know it's something we're all worried about initially.
But I knew, Roger...
you had some reservation about it in the early days.
Yes, but it's not uncommon in any theory.
Very well, very well. We'll see.
- Welcome, Stephen. - Morning.
-欢迎 斯蒂芬 -早上好
- Would you like to take a seat? - No, I'm fine, thank you.
-请坐吧 -不用 谢谢
So, so Stephen... in summary.
好吧 斯蒂芬 总体来说
As we know, chapter one, full of holes.
Lacks mathematical support.
- Professor Thorne. - Chapter Two, not really original.
-基普·索恩教授 -第二章 算不上原创
Uses a lot of Roger's ideas.
Well, at least you run with them.
Chapter three, too many unanswered questions.
And then, of course, we have chapter four,
this black hole at the beginning of time.
- Space-time singularity? - Indeed.
And therefore, all that remains to be said is: Well done!
Or perhaps, I should say, to be more precise:
- Well done, Doctor! - Bravo, Stephen.
-做的不错 博士 -漂亮 斯蒂芬
An extraordinary theory.
- So what next? - Prove it.
To prove, with a single equation, that time had a beginning.
Wouldn't that be nice, Professor?
With one simple elegant equation
to explain everything?
Yes, it would. It would indeed.
To the esteemed, and formidable...
- Doctor. - Who?
Doctor Stephen Hawking.
Doctor Stephen Hawking.
It is astonishing that he's the first person
to receive his doctorate bearing in mind how little work he's be doing.
"Work" Was the worst four-letter word for Stephen.
especially, he averaged an hour, an HOUR a day he averaged.
- And that it is. It's Stephen... - It's astonishing on the level sloth.
-就这样 斯蒂芬就是... -比树獭倒是勤快不少
on the theme of sloth, Brian.
letters have I covered in the last six months?
When you've been doing research trips up to the Lake District?
- Absolutely, completely... - So have I!
- How many? - Four.
- Everything all right? - I'm good... I'm fine.
-没事吧 -没事 我没事
- Business or pleasure? - For pleasure.
Well, it's convenient for breakfast!
Sorry, did you say something?
I said I've had an idea.
- Hello. - Hi, Dennis.
-你好 -你好 丹尼斯
- Hello, Dennis. - Hi.
-你好 丹尼斯 -你好
He'll be fine, he'll be fine.
- Sorry. - No problem.
...allowing us to predict that
some particles can in fact escape a black hole.
The black holes are not, in fact, black at all,
but glow with heat radiation.
The steady emission of
heat energy causes the black holes to lose mass,
and eventually they disappear in a spectacular explosion.
It's very, very simple, in the way that a body loses heat...
非常 非常简单 像人体辐射热能一样
Second law of thermodynamics.
- He's right, it's thermodynamics. - In... in...
-没错 热力学 -就在...
If we can imagine that the black hole is, indeed,
losing particles, then,
over time it will diminish in size, it will evaporate.
那假以时日 黑洞的体积就会减小 会蒸发
- It will... - Disappear.
First a star vanishes into a black hole,
首先 恒星消失 坍缩成黑洞
but then the black hole itself vanishes...
- From nothing to nothing. - You owe me another beer.
I have just shown you that our
friend has proven that time, indeed has a beginning.
Not only that, how the universe was born, and how it will end.
不仅是这个 还有宇宙如何出现 如何消亡
It's beautiful! It's racy!
Complete nonsense. It's preposterous.
Was it something I said, professor?
My name is Professor Khalatnikov.
from Soviet Academy of Sciences.
As you know, my field is evolution of the hot universe,
the properties of the microwave background radiation,
and theory of the black holes.
I came here today...
...expecting to hear a lot of nonsense.
I go home disappointed.
The little one here... has done it.
It has been a pleasure to meet you,
- Professor. - My pleasure, my pleasure.
Well done, Stephen!
- That went pretty well, all considered. - I was worried for awhile.
Hawking radiation! The little one has done it!
The little one has done it!
- Come on, Genius! - Oh, very funny!
-快点 天才 -真好笑
You've had enough of that, Old Man.
Come on, codger. 1, 2, 3...
用力 小子 1 2 3
God! How does Jane manage?
Stephen, your Motor "Mouth" Disease, does it effect...
斯蒂芬 你那个运动口腔什么的病 会不会影响...
Different system... automatic.
Well, that's a pretty wonderful, isn't it?
Well, it certainly explains a lot about men.
- What's in there? - It's a surprise!
That is an electric wheelchair.
If you don't like it, we can take it back.
I don't understand...
you've spent years assuming black holes exist, and
you believe Cygnus X-1 could well turn out to be
the first black hole that we can actually observe,
and yet you bet Kip Thorne it's not a black hole?
- Yes. - What did you bet him?
A one year's subscription to a magazine.
- Which magazine? Nature? - No! Penthouse!
-什么杂志 《自然》吗 -不是 《阁楼》
- Penthouse? - Yes.
Daddy! Come up! Let's get Mummy!
爸爸 快点 去找妈妈
Mummy! Mummy! Come and look!
妈妈 妈妈 快来看
We're gonna get you!
Holiday! Holiday! Holiday! Holiday!
过节了 过节了 过节了
- Hello! - Hello!
- Hello! - There you are!
Isn't that marvelous?
What about these steps, Frank?
Steps are nothing, Jane.
- Jane, Stephen! - Hello.
-简 斯蒂芬 -你好
And once we're up at the top, it's very snug... hello, Stephen.
等上去了就方便多了 你好啊 斯蒂芬
- We'll turn you around, Stephen. - You want me to push?
No, no, I'll be fine, you get the luggage.
不用 我没事 你去拿行李吧
Here we go, off, we got it.
There we are, you see. Quite easy.
And up one, there we go.
Um... the... rain coming down, shivering, cold, no, uh...
The... falling... falling... um...
- Very cold. - What is it?
I can... I'm having a...
Okay, take Lucy. One minute.
- Some... some water? - No, don't worry.
-要点水吗 -不用 没事
You're okay. That's it.
There we go. It's okay. It's okay.
He needs to see a specialist.
It keeps happening over and over again. Ridiculous
- No doctors. No doctors! - All right, no doctors.
-不看医生 不看医生 -好 不看
If only for Robert, it... he's missing out on his childhood.
I keep looking for a way to make this work,
but I can't find it on my own.
Everything is fine, we're just a normal family.
We're not a normal family.
We're not a normal family!
Robert, your mother is very angry with me.
I'd like to make a suggestion.
It might sound unusual, but I have seen it work wonders.
I think that you should consider joining the church choir.
I think that's possibly
the most English thing anyone has ever said.
- I used to love singing. - You're very good at it.
- I don't know about that. - Just go.
It's one hour a week.
Really lovely, everyone. Okay, see you next week.
- Hello. - Hello.
- Have you come to sing? - Um... I just came to...
- Soprano? - Mezzo.
Ah! Lovely! Just what we need.
- Where have you been hiding? - Good question.
Well, you're here now and just in time.
- Ya know, I have to come back anyway. - Great.
- Do you have everything? - Yes, thank you, yes.
-都给你了吗 -是的 谢谢
Thank you for coming, you will be a... A valuable asset.
Well, I should... I should be going.
And... uh... if your son wants those piano lessons, just...
Yes, yes, absolutely, I... um...
- I will do. - Great.
My... my husband... adores music, too.
Oh! Well! Does he play?
I could... I could teach him as well.
That's a long story. But, um...
- Well, thank you, Jonathan - My pleasure, Jane, see you again.
-谢谢你 乔纳森 -不客气 简 再见
- Bye bye. - Bye bye.
Third finger. No, that one there.
Try lifting your wrists a little bit. Keep your elbows back.
Why not, thank you.
- Stephen? - No.
Stephen, Jane was telling me you have a beautiful theorem...
斯蒂芬 简跟我说 你有个优美的理论
...that... that proves the universe had a beginning? Is that it?
That was my PhD thesis.
My new project disproves it.
So, then, you no longer believe in the Creation?
What one believes is irrelevant...
...irrelevant in physics.
Stephen's done a U-turn.
The big new idea is that the universe has no boundaries at all.
No boundaries, no beginning...
...and no God. Oh!
Oh, I see... I... I thought that...
you'd proved the universe
had a beginning and thus a need for a Creator.
- My mistake. - No... mine.
Stephen is looking for a single theory
that explains all the forces in the universe.
Therefore, God must die.
Why must God die, I don't see.
The two great pillars of physics are: Quantum Theory,
the laws that govern the very small particles,
electrons and so on, and General Relativity.
Ah, yes, Einstein.
Einstein's theory, the law that governs the very large,
planets and such, but Quantum, and Relativity...
恒星什么的 但量子论 和相对论
Don't tell me... they're different?
They don't remotely play by the same rules.
If the world were all potatoes, then, easy
you could trace a precise beginning, as Stephen once did,
a moment of Creation.
Hallelujah, God lives.
If you incorporate peas into the menu,
then it all goes a little...
- It all becomes a Godless mess. - Oh, dear.
Einstein hated peas.
Quantum Theory, he said,
"God doesn't play dice with the universe."
Seems he not only plays the dice,
but he throws them where we can't find them.
God is back on the endangered species list.
Well, I expect He'll cope.
And physics is back in business.
Yes, physics is back in business.
I was married... actually.
But sadly... she passed.
Almost a year ago now.
She fought it and I nursed her, but in the end...
她抗争过 我也尽力照顾 可还是...
I do get quite lonely... the tyranny of the empty room.
But... music is my salvation... teaching and playing.
但音乐拯救了我 在唱诗班 教人弹琴
Not really as a career,
but I... I'm not that ambitious, so...
Is that a sin? I don't know.
- Thank you so much for having me. - Thank you for coming.
It was re... really... really wonderful.
If there's anything I can do to be of service... to you.
To the family, I mean.
I would... consider it a privilege.
I have no children, or commitments.
I only mean that if I... could be of help, I've...
我没别的意思 就是想帮你 我...
I'm... really, if I might find a purpose
that would help alleviate my own situation.
- Good night. - Night.
If you need help...
If someone is prepared to offer...
Yes, it's very bracing.
Calls you one and calls you all,
to gain his everlasting hall.
Christ was born to save. Christ was born to save.
Great! Lovely! Okay! We can go!
- Just going on seven fourty-five. - Thank you.
I'm... could... could you all leave a copy of that?
There's something I need to tell you.
Gosh! I... I, um... I assumed that you and Stephen...
Well, that's... that's really wonderful.
- It is. - Yes, it's wonderful.
-确实 -真的 太美妙了
- Congratulations, Jane. - Thank you.
-简 恭喜你 -谢谢
Everyone say "Cheese"! Ready?
Count 3! 1, 2, 3...
我数到三 1 2 3
- Mummy! - Just coming.
Oh come on sweetie, come on.
I've always been supportive
of your choice not to have home help,
but we need to find a permanent solution.
situation cannot continue,
you need to have a proper live-in nurse immediately.
Look... you know what I'm talking about.
We can't afford a live-in nurse.
Stephen, you need to find a way,
for your family's sake...
you're world famous.
For black holes, not for rock concerts.
Stephen, this isn't funny. I believe it's urgent.
斯蒂芬 我没开玩笑 这事不能拖
We do have a right to know.
We have a right to know, Jane.
Whose child Timothy is...
Stephen's, or Jonathan's?
That's what you think of me?
There is no way that Timothy
could have any other father than Stephen.
- Jonathan, please don't go. - I have to go.
-乔纳森 别走 -我该走了
- Everybody's talking, and... - So, what does it matter?
It's difficult for me because I'm just trying to help.
I know you're trying to help
and your help is valued.
The best thing for me right now,
I think, maybe if... if... if...
...I just step back for now.
we need you, the children need you,
and I need you, and Stephen needs you.
- Jonathan... - Don't think of it.
But there's other things as well. Jane, I...
但是 简 还有别的原因
I have feelings for you.
And I have feelings for you, too.
I've been invited to Bordeaux Opera.
- Invited where? - To Bordeaux.
Students can take me,
I know you hate flying.
I do hate to fly.
Bring the car, meet me in Bordeaux.
Take the children camping.
It'd be too difficult to manage, Stephen.
I doubt he would be willing.
- Is this okay? - Well...
I won't tell if you won't.
bearing in mind you have to drive.
Sarah, you won't forget to give him
the injection as soon as soon as you land, will you.
And you'll call me when you get to the hotel.
- I will. -Yes? Promise?
Mum'll take the baby.
- She'll be here any minute. - See you in Bordeaux.
- They asleep? - Yeah.
Jonathan, it's Stephen, he's been just taken ill,
he's in the hospital right now,
What are you talking about?
This way would be a painless end.
If we try to bring him round from the anesthetic
it's not sure he will survive resuscitation.
You have to bring him round from the anesthetic!
Are you sure it's what you want?
The only way of weaning him off the ventilator
would be to give him a tracheotomy,
a hole in the neck, by-passing the throat.
He will never speak again.
There's no question... Stephen must live.
I will see he gets everything he needs.
I will have him transferred back to Cambridge.
- He may not survive the journey. - Yes, he will.
Did you get everything in the car...
his chair, and his equipment, and everything?
This is a spelling board.
Firstly, you tell me
what letter you want by blinking
when I say the color of the group that contains that letter.
Once I know the group,
you can choose the character inside that group by
by blinking again when I say the color of each letter with that group...
Blink to choose the color of
the group of the letter that you want, Stephen.?
- Just wait here. - Great.
She's here, she comes highly recommended.
Promise not to eat her alive.
Lovely to meet you, Professor.
Now, you should have everything you need.
But if there's anything else, I'll be right next door.
Great, I think we'll get straight to work.
- Oh, if you just close the doors. - Of course.
-对了 麻烦关上门 -当然
We'll get started then.
Green, green, "A".
绿色 绿色 A
You want a cup of tea?
You've memorized the board, I know you have.
I haven't got all day.
Green, green, green, yellow.
绿 绿 绿 黄
Green, blue, black, pink, red.
绿 蓝 黑 粉 红
Green, yellow, blue, blue.
绿 黄 蓝 蓝
"U"... should be Builder's Tea, right?
U 加奶 两勺糖 是吗
Well, how did you get on?
You know, I think he's the most brilliant man I've ever met.
- You're very lucky. - Thank you.
You must worship the ground beneath...
And he's a perfect patient, he's so funny.
When you read about him people...
Let's see how he gets on,
That's tightened up.
As you can see, it's height adjustable,
and we can change the angle to whatever Steve wants it at.
- You know, it's cutting-edge. - So, how does it work?
It uses a very simple interface
that scans through the alphabet
and selects each letter one at a time.
I mean, using this technique, the Professor can
expect to write at about four words per minute.
Good! Better than one a minute.
Yes, and what I've done is taken the components
from a telephone answering system, actually,
to convert the written text into synthesized speech.
I mean the voice sounds a little bit robotic, but...
Shall we give it a try?
- Great! - Here's the clicker.
Welcome to the future.
My name is Stephen Hawking.
Oh, my goodness, well... is there another voice?
It's the only one lately I have at the moment.
Daisy, Daisy, give me your answer, do.
黛西 黛西 告诉我你的答案 快点
"Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn."
"说实话 亲爱的 我不在乎"
I will write a book.
What is the nature of time?
Will it ever come to an end?
Can we go back in time?
Some day these answers may seem
as obvious to us as the Earth orbiting the sun,
or perhaps as ridiculous as a tower of tortoises.
whatever that may be, will tell.
- It is for a friend. - Of course it is...
That's what they all say.
You don't have to be embarrassed in front of me, Professor.
I know what men are like.
Shall we take a look?
So I said I had long been looking for
a model of the universe.
I finally found her.
Stephen, I need to steal you, the contract's arrived.
史蒂芬 打扰一下 合同来了
Could you just give us a minute, please, Jane?
Who are we? Why are we here?
If ever learn this it would be
the ultimate triumph of the human reason,
for then we would know the mind of God.
- Do you mean this? - Yes.
- Of course. - So, you're acknowledging Him?
Are you actually going to let me have this moment?
I have asked Elaine to travel with me to America.
She will look after me.
You always use to tell me when an invitation came in.
Another award, what can you do?
You've had so many.
Everything will be okay.
- No, that's staying. - All right.
Professor, I love your book!
I first met the Professor in 1963.
And there you are... time, where did it go?
It has been one of the great joys of my life
to watch this man
defy every expectation, both scientific and personal.
Please welcome onto the stage my esteemed colleague,
my dear friend, Professor Hawking.
Thank you! Could we please
have the first preselected question, thank you.
第一个预选问题 好吗 谢谢
Now you are recognized everywhere.
How do you deal with all the attention?
I was stopped recently by a tourist at Cambridge
who asked if I was the real Stephen Hawking.
I replied I was not,
and said the real one was much better looking.
In 1979, you talked about
the possibility of a Theory of Everything.
being discovered before the end of the century.
I now predict that I was wrong.
Professor Hawking, you have said you do not believe in God.
Do you have a philosophy of life that helps you?
You have said you did not believe in God.
Do you have a philosophy of life that helps you?
It is clear that we are just an advanced breed of primates,
on a minor planet orbiting
around a very average star,
in the outer suburb of one
among a hundred billion galaxies...
But, ever since the dawn of civilization,
people have craved for
an understanding of the underlying order of the world.
There ought to be something
very special about the boundary conditions of the universe.
And what can be more special than that there is no boundary?
And there should be no boundary to human endeavor.
We are all different.
However bad life may seem,
there is always something you can do, and succeed at.
While there is life, there is hope.
It's from Stephen.
Your glasses are always dirty.
Professor and Mrs Hawking, Her Majesty the Queen.
霍金教授 霍金夫人 女王接见
My "Companion of Honor".
Not bad for an old liberal socialist.
Don't worry, you can decline the knighthood.
Thank you for today.
It was extraordinary.
It's all been rather extraordinary, though, hasn't it?
What are you writing?
Look what we made.
英国大学学位分等级一般来说 一等学位要求均分70以上霍金的本科三年只有一次考试 也就是毕业考试由于紧张他发挥失常 成绩处在一等与二等的边缘因此需要追加一次面试