UK physicist Stephen Hawking’s PhD thesis has been seen 20 million times in a few days since being available online.
Hawking worked on this in 1966.
It has been released on Cambridge University’s website last week,
it became so popular that Website’s publication section was stalled the day before.
More than 500,000 people tried to download this paper titled ‘Properties of Expanding Univars’. Arthur Smith of Cambridge University said, “This is the most viewed document in the University Apollo collection.
Hawking wrote this 134-page document when he was 24 years old
and was a postgraduate student at Cambridge. According to the news,
the PhD thesis came live last week and since then
it was seen around 8 million times in every corner of the country
from around 8,00,000 Browsers, before that the library of the
University of Hawking would pay 65 pounds to see the entire work of PhD Were.