Stephen Hawking concludes ‘There is no God’ in final book

Stephen Hawking concludes ‘There is no God’ in final book

Famous physicist Stephen Hawking delivered his ultimate reflections on ten questions in a posthumous book, titled "Brief Answers to the Big Questions".

"This is nearly a response to the response to 'A Brief History of Time, '" Lucy Hawking, the scientist's daughter, said during the panel. 'Try to make sense of what you see, and wonder about what makes the universe exist, ' he said. "Travel back in time can't be ruled out according to our present understanding", he said. I have been rich and poor, I have been able-bodied and disabled. After Hawking's death, his Estate chose to go forward with the project of publishing the book.

Daughter of the scientist, Lucy Hawking, reportedly revealed that his father realized that people specifically wanted his answers to the questions such as if there is God. Along with his contributions to science, this book helped make him a truly household name.

Published by Bantam Books book answers questions that are frequently asked throughout his life.

Aside from his disbelief in there being a God, Hawking also spoke about his belief in other life forms beyond Earth.

- How did it all begin?

Besides the book's release, Hawking's final paper, on the black hole information paradox, was recently published by his colleagues in the preprint journal ArXiv.

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- Can we predict the future?

For how long will we survive on Earth? Hawking wrote that the power to change DNA could create a king of superhuman that may dominate or even wipe out the genetic have-nots of a future civilisation.

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"How do we shape the future?", he wrote. "He was very keen on creating relevance for people with abstract concepts, and I think that's something this book does in an absolutely fantastic manner - I know people who've looked through the book and said, 'It feels like he's written this for me; I didn't expect that'".

Hawking was regularly asked a particular set of questions and this book is an attempt to compile the most authentic, clearest, and definitive answers that he ever gave.

According to Timothy Hawking, Hawking's son, this new book pulls together themes Hawking has touched on throughout his career in popular science - not to mention in discussions at the dinner table.

"When Brakcet and trump now have a new influence in connection with immigration and the development of education, we are witnessing a global revolt against the experts, and that includes scientists", he says. I can say with confidence that their future will depend more on science and technology than any previous generation's has done, ' Hawking said. Hawking wrote. "I have no desire to offend anyone of faith, but I think science has a more compelling explanation than a divine creator".

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