Revealing some of his reasons for his claim, Hawking said he believes everything could be explained another way, by nature of laws, instead of blaming God for things like certain diseases which many people have believed is a curse from God.
"With the advent of such super humans appear, and serious political problems for neulussheim people who are not able to compete", said Hawking.
Hawking was known for being a staunch supporter of the Big Bang Theory of creation - the belief that the universe started by exploding out of an entity tinier than an atom. In one of his works of the late British scientist, described the likelihood that genetic engineering can create new human species that will destroy other members of our species. He concluded that there is also no reliable evidence of an afterlife.
The award-winning author and scientist Stephen Hawking, who spent most of his adult life dealing with a slow moving form of ALS, died last March at age 76. "There is no time for a creator to have existed in".
"If you like, you can say the laws are the work of God, but that is more a definition of God than a proof of his existence", Hawking wrote.
From his desk at Cambridge University and beyond, Stephen Hawking sent his mind spiraling into the deepest depths of black holes, radiating across the endless cosmos and swirling back billions of years to witness time's first breath. "Travel back in time can't be ruled out according to our present understanding", he writes. "Science fiction fans need not lose heart: there's hope in M theory".
The book was meant to collect Hawking's answers to the questions he received most frequently from answer seekers.
Lucy Hawking added that "He's also asking us not to go into the future blindly".
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And he raised a very good question: "How good is the track record of the human race in using advances in technology for the good of ordinary people?"
"He makes this comment about how we seem to have lost the ability to look outward, and we are increasingly looking inward to ourselves", she added.
Prior to his death, the scientist also made a prediction about doomsday, according to Geekwire. Hawking was deeply concerned that when the challenges that stand in front of us are global, our thinking is becoming more and more local.
"This exponential growth can not continue into the next millennium", the beloved scientist said in late 2017.
"Remember to look up at the stars and not down at your feet", he wrote.
In addition to the new book, Hawking's final paper, "A Smooth Exit From Eternal Inflation", was published shortly after he died.
British theoretical physicist professor Stephen Hawking gives a lecture during the Starmus Festival on the Spanish Canary Island of Tenerife on September 23, 2014.