‘There is no God’ – Stephen Hawking’s final book concludes

by Staff writer

The final book of renowned physicist Stephen Hawking has come to an interesting conclusion.

The book, which was completed by Hawking’s family after his death and published on Tuesday, categorically stated that there is no God.

“There is no God. No one directs the universe,” Hawking states in the book called “Brief Answers to the Big Questions.”

In further explanation, the scientist adds: “For centuries, it was believed that disabled people like me were living under a curse that was inflicted by God.

“I prefer to think that everything can be explained another way, by the laws of nature.”

Other bombshells the British scientist left his readers with include the belief that alien life is out there, and that artificial intelligence could outsmart humans.

Hawking, considered one of the most brilliant scientists of his generation, died in March at the age of 76 after suffering from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), a neurodegenerative disorder also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, for most of his adult life.

The scientist died while still working on the book, which his family and colleagues finished with the help of the vast personal archives he stored for the purpose.

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