According to Stephen Hawking, science is under threat

One of the wonders of the world in the science field, the theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking who sacrificed everything for the world of science has revealed his beliefs of the today science warning the world that science and education are under threat around the world.

The ex Cambridge professor had revealed these words before he died in March in at the launch event for his final book “Brief Answers To The Big Questions” in London.

Hawking’s words were based on the major challenges the world are facing from climate change and species extinction to the the degradation of the oceans.

“Try to make sense of what you see, and wonder about what makes the universe exist,” he said. “It matters that you don’t give up. Unleash your imagination. Shape the future.” Hawking urged young people saying, “Look up at the stars and not down at your feet.”

Hawking’s daughter Lucy, who attended the book launch, said hearing her father’s unmistakable voice had been “very emotional.”

Stephen Hawking has left a huge mark on science with his famous scientific works since he started his teaching career at Cambridge University and achieved over 20 awards in the field of Physics and Science.