Steven Weinberg


Steven Weinberg was a theoretical physicist who won the 1979 Nobel Prize in Physics for his work with elementary particles.

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The loss of a rare gifted person. He will missed by mankind. Time and unexpected events overtake them all. Eccl. 9:11

Deeply saddened for your loss. Please accept my sincere condolences.

To the family,

I would like to extend my condolences to you. Losing a loved one in death breaks our heart. Please know that you can find comfort and strength in leaning God as your source of comfort and strength. Isa. 41:10 says he will hold on to you with his right hand of righteousness. Cherish the loving memories.

Our condolences go out to the Weinberg family on the death of Steven. So sorry for your loss.

I attended many lectures by Steve, most recently a Zoom lecture he gave on elementary particle masses. I sent him a note about the subject . In 2020 in a paper I published, I referred to his book on Cosmology. When teaching, I used both his book on "The First Three Minutes," and also his book, "Gravitation and Cosmology."

I attended many lectures by Steve, most recently a Zoom lecture he gave on particle masses, and sent him a note. In 2020 I cited his book on Cosmology in a paper I published.j

Even in a high school teeming with brilliant achievers, including his fellow Nobel laureate-to-be Sheldon Glashow, it was already clear Steve was a leader of this talented cohort. As a science writer, I got to admire his achievements close up - and on occasion or two exchanged friendly notes with him. He’ll be missed not only by physicists but also by so many of us who looked to his lucid writing about the physical world.

A brilliant and dedicated physicist. Sincere sympathies to the Weinberg family, so very sorry for your loss. May God be with you as you endure this very difficult time of your loss.