STEPHEN HAWKING DOES NOT BELIEVE IN GOD

The most eminent British scientist Stephen Hawking, author of A Brief History of Time, believes that the idea of heaven and life after death is a "fairy tale" of people who are afraid of death. This was affirmed in an interview published in the British newspaper The Guardian, which returns to emphasize its rejection of religious beliefs. He believes that there is nothing after the time when the brain stops working.

STEPHEN HAWKING DOES NOT BELIEVE IN GOD

Stephen Hawking considers that the brain is like a computer which will stop working when components fail. There is no heaven or life after death for computers when they stop working. This is a fairy tale of people who are afraid of the dark.

He highlights that science predicts how many different kinds of universe will be spontaneously created out of nothing. It is a matter of chance if we are into or not.

So, you know if you are still thinking that God exists and that he will be waiting for you when you die, don’t be afraid if instead of God appears hundreds of bugs eating your body on the underground.

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