Stephen Hawking, undeniably one of the most brilliant scientists of our generation, declared on his final book that “There is no God. No one directs the universe.”
Hawking’s tragically passed away this March at age 76.
He worked on his last book all the way until his death, so his friends and family finished with the help of his vast personal archive.
Although Hawking’s would speak on his lack of disbelief for God, on his most recent book, he doesn’t rule out the possibility for a higher intelligence. Or on time travel for that matter.
He surprisingly answers many questions that fans have had for him over the years.
“He realized that people specifically wanted his answers to these questions,” said his daughter, Lucy Hawking.
She would also state that Stephen was aware of the “vast transformative change” on the world. And that his greatest concern would be how divided humanity has become.
But Stephen would end his unsettling nerve with a bit of optimism.
“Remember to look up at the stars and not down on our feet.”
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