"Theories of Vedas superior to Einstein's equation": Science minister quotes Stephen Hawking

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Processing that book was a challenge, "says the professor, who is now researching the field of cosmic rays of the highest energy at the Pierre Auger Observatory and who is also interested in the QUBIC project, which seeks to reveal the presence of Primordial gravitational waves". His response: there is no need for a creator.

I-SERVE says it's recognized by the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research (DSIR), Govt. of India, as a SIRO (Scientific and Industrial Research Organization). "The laws may have been decreed by God, but God does not intervene to break the laws". The computer-generated voice, dubbed "Perfect Paul" and developed in the early 1980s by MIT engineer Dennis Klatt, as reported by Wired in a 2015 article, has become reconized the world-over as uniquely Hawking's, though it wasn't developed exclusively for him.

The minister made a remark at the 105th edition of the Indian Science Congress, organised at the Manipur University on Friday, March 16. As a man of science, he believed it was far superior to religion. He gave a talk on "The Origin of the Universe" during the group's 2016 conference at the Vatican. The text of the same Facebook post made by "Hari Scientist" in Hawking's name. "The subject of this book is the structure of space-time on length-scales from 10-13 cm, the radius of an elementary particle, up to 1028 cm, the radius of the universe", a monograph Hawking coauthored with mathematician George F.R. Ellis in 1973, states boldly on Page 2. He insisted, "Nothing was around before the Big, Big Bang". While of course he had assorted human failings, Hawking was an extraordinary teacher in every sense of the word, a professor who influenced untold millions who never set foot in his lecture halls.

Three years later, Hawking told the Spanish newspaper, El Mundo, there are no Gods. But science makes God unnecessary.

Alley, who was obviously talking about Hawking's humble ambitions to understand all that there is in the universe, was branded as passive-aggressive for her attempt at a eulogy. Plenty of people sided with Neymar, though, with one user replying to Wahl: "I don't think he necessarily tried to mock Hawking here". No one created the universe and no one directs our fate. "We have this one life to appreciate the grand design of the universe and for that, I am extremely grateful".

"I personally have not come across this quote", Bhatkar said, but added that it does not mean the quote doesn't exist.

Hawking, who was born January 8, 1942 and died at his home in Cambridge, England last week. Hawking, by contrast, lived half a century with ALS, a disease that basically traps you in your own crippled body.

A few years later, I watched a client struggle to keep going with his family's support as ALS robbed him of his vitality, his mobility and, within a few years, of his life. "I have so much I want to do first".



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