A Brief History of Time: Stephen Hawking Didn’t Believe On God But Died By The Will Of God.
“I believe the simplest explanation is, there is no God. No one created the universe and no one directs our fate. This leads me to a profound realization that there probably is no heaven and no afterlife either. We have this one life to appreciate the grand design of the universe and for that, I am extremely grateful.”
The notion that a book about cosmology, including topics such as elementary particles and unification of Physics of the widespread bestseller, was a longshot at the best.
In A Brief History of Time Hawking write about the origin and composition of the Universe inaccessible terminology for the masses. Explaining Complex topic searches relativity and Quantum Mechanics and phenomena such as the Big Bang and the Expanded general interest in cosmology. Hawking begins with an account of the historical studies of astronomy by Action services Aristotle and Ptolemy. The concept of round shape earth Aristotle held that was contrary to most others of his time.
To this conclusion why his observations of lunar eclipses and by considering the altitude of the north star from various observational points. Like Ptolemy believe that the sun and the stars orbited the Earth. The work of Copernicus, Galileo, and Kepler later proved this hypothesis.
As studies of the origin of the universe progressed two opposing viewpoints become the most common philosophers first believed that the universe had always existed, while theologians generally concluded that they created the universe at a specific point in time. The dominant name among the theologians, St. Augustine, held this belief, coupled with the idea that time itself was a concept that did not exist until the creation of the universe.
By the twentieth century, Edwin Hubble discovered that galaxies are moving away from each other meaning that at one time they were all in one place. Scientist continues to seek a theory that would encompass everything in the universe and be able to explain it all. Regarding Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity Hawking examined space and time he later focuses on black holes. Black holes are stars that have collapsed into one tiny called a singularity. They have a very strong gravitational force, thus can pull things like light and stars to their centers.
Black holes are almost impossible to look at because they do not let light out. However, they can be seen by telescope when stuck in other stars thus emitting X-rays. Subsequent chapters explain topics in cosmology, including entropy which concerns disorder in the universe and the Big Bang explosion which is believed to have been the birth of the universe. He discusses worm holes which, in theory, is a passage that could serve as a shortcut through the universe by collapsing space-time.
Courtesy By: Hassan Qaisrani