Quote by: Stephen Hawking

So long as the universe had a beginning, we could suppose it had a creator. But if the universe is really completely self-contained, having no boundary or edge, it would have neither beginning nor end: it would simply be. What place, then, for a creator?

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Author Bio

  • NameStephen Hawking
  • DescriptionBritish theoretical physicist, cosmologist, and author
  • AliasesStephen William Hawking
  • BornJanuary 8, 1942
  • CountryUnited Kingdom
  • ProfessionTheoretical Physicist; Cosmologist; Astrophysicist; Mathematician; Astronomer; Educationist; Science Writer
  • AwardsAlbert Einstein Medal; Wolf Prize In Physics; Copley Medal; Presidential Medal Of Freedom; Fundamental Physics Prize; Order Of The Companions Of Honour; Eddington Medal; Dannie Heineman Prize For Mathematical Physics; Gold Medal Of The Royal Astronomical Society; Commander Of The Order Of The British Empire; Naylor Prize And Lectureship; Oskar Klein Memorial Lecture; Hughes Medal; Royal Society Prizes For Science Books; Albert Medal; Franklin Medal; Lilienfeld Prize; Michelson–Morley Award; Fonseca Prize; Pius XI Medal; Maxwell Medal And Prize; Dirac Medal (IOP); Adams Prize; Andrew Gemant Award; The James Smithson Bicentennial Medal; NSS Robert A. Heinlein Memorial Award; Princess Of Asturias Award - Concord; Honorary Degree; Doctor Honoris Causa