"Then no one came, but I think that the site of a memorial service allows us to come to her to people who are born in the future - that's right", says the blogger.
'None did, but it seems ideal that the memorial website allows people born in the future to attend the service.
A spokesman said, 'We can not exclude the possibility of time travel as it has not been disproven to our satisfaction.
Members of the public have been given a chance to apply for a public ballot and also have the option of choosing a birth date any time up until December 31, 2038 in their online applications.
Now it seems that time travelers are invited to Hawking's memorial service, which takes place on June 15, at Westminster Abbey in London, where his ashes will be placed next to Isaac Newton's resting place.
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It was London travel blogger IanVisits who noticed that those born from 2019 to 2038 were theoretically permitted to attend the service at Westminster Abbey.
After a lifetime exploring the mysteries of black holes, the origins of the universe, and the nature of time itself, the renowned scientist died on March 14 at the age of 76.
"Professor Hawking once threw a party for time travelers, to check what would happen if he will publish the invitation after the event".
"No one came, but it seems flawless that now the reminder service's website will be able to assist people born in the future. All things are possible until proven otherwise", said the Stephen Hawking Foundation.
The representative also indicated that, so far, about 12,000 applications have been received "from around the world", and jokingly stressed that they are "from around the world" since people "who believe that the Earth is flat" will not come.
The invitation read: "You are cordially invited to a reception for time travellers to be hosted by Professor Stephen Hawking". Apply to attend the ceremony before 15 may.