Monday, May 16, 2011

Stephen Hawking 'There's No Heaven'

Stephen Hawking, a popular theoretical physicist confirms no space for heaven or nirvana within his perspective of the cosmos.

In an interview released in The Guardian classifieds on Monday, the 69-year-old Hawking states that the human being brain is just like a personal computer that will cease working when its pieces crash.

"There is no heaven or afterlife for broken-down computers; that is a fairy story for people afraid of the dark."

The book titled "Grand Design" was been published a year ago, he had asserted that it absolutely was "not necessary to invoke God ... to get the universe going."

Hawking was been diagnosed when he was 21 that he got motor neurone disease, and this illness is almost completely paralyzed him.

Hawking claims he isn't scared of passing away, but he's not in a hurry to die, because he said he have so much want to do first."
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