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Penrose

/ (ˈpɛnrəʊz) /
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noun
Sir Roger. born 1931, British mathematician and theoretical physicist, noted for his investigation of black holes
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Penrose
[ pĕnrōz′ ]
Roger Born 1931

British mathematical astronomer and physicist who worked with Stephen Hawking to explain the physics of black hole formation. He is also known for his theories on artificial intelligence.
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