Stephen Hawking's Final Paper Predicted How The World Would End

Stephen Hawking's Final Paper Predicted How The World Would End

Hawking was co-author to a mathematical paper which explores how universes could be found with a probe on a spaceship. It explores the idea that our Big Bang wasn't the only one of its kind and discusses how a space probe could possibly find such evidence.

The British scientist was working until the last week before his death on his latest work, entitled "A Sustainable Exit from Eternal Inflation", which is already in the process of being examined by a leading scientific journal he has been submitted to.

In the "no boundary theory", the duo had described how our Earth exploded into existence during Big Bang.

To prove that parallel universes exist and that we are but only one possible version of numerous possible versions of ourselves existing in alternate planes would be nothing short of the biggest discovery in human history.

The paper also predicted that our universe will ultimately delve into darkness due to the stars running out of energy. Scientists said it is the first such theory that could actually be tested in experiments. The new paper aims to make the multiverse easier to grasp, turning it into "a testable scientific framework". Thomas Hertog expressed his sadness with the fact that Hawking wouldn't receive a Nobel due to the many reasons aforementioned.

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Stephen Hawking, a great theoretical physicist never won any Nobel Prize for his theories.

Hawking's friend, cosmologist, astrophysicist and astronomer Royal Professor Martin Rees also dismissed knowing any such theory.

Carlos Frenk, who is a professor of Cosmology at the University of Durham, has argued that the work is exactly "what cosmology needed", stating that finding the evidence would completely change our perception of the cosmos.

Hawking's paper is influenced by his idea that radiation escapes black holes and this radiation is key to detecting the existence of things beyond our universe.

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