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Stephen Hawking's Final Book gives brief Answers to Big Questions

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Brief Answer to Big Questions by Stephen Hawking

Stephen Hawking's final work was launched by his children on Monday which discuss issues from Existence of God to Time Travel and other big questions. His children completed his final book after he died last year.

Stephen started his book last year to answer the common question which he encountered many times from public. The title of the book is ''Brief Answers to Big Questions''.

His daughter, Lucy Hawking, said he was regularly asked for such question and this book contains his clear and most authentic answers. We all wish he was here to see it published, she added.

What are these big questions and what did he write answers to them?

  1. Is there a God?
  2. How Did it All Began?
  3. What is inside a black hole?
  4. Can we predict the future?
  5. Is Time Travel possible?
  6. Will we survive on Earth?
  7. Is there any other intelligent life in Universe?
  8. Should we colonize space?
  9. How do we shape the future?
  10. Multiple challenges
Stephen Hawking says the simplest explanation is that God does not exist and there is no reliable evidence of the afterlife.

In the next 50 years, people will come to understand how it all began and will possibly discover the life elsewhere in the universe.

In his book, he says Human have no other option to leave Earth, if they don't they will be annihilated.

He says Computer will take over humans in the next 100 years. We need to make sure computer work for us.

We need to improve ourselves physically and mentally to cope with changing environment. A genetic modification will be best to survive. A modified race of SUPERHUMANS who have more intelligence and disease resistance capabilities will take over.

Stephen shed a new light to the black hole and information paradox in one of the chapters of his book with new work to calculate the entropy of black holes.

By the time people realize the grave problem of climate change, it would be too late.

Lucy said he was worried about the global challenges humans are facing, while our thinking has become local. It is a call to unity for all humans to bring ourselves togther and face the challenges. It was very emotional. She was into tear after listening to his father's voice.


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