officially back.

got my tumblr back. :) may 2011 was the last time i decided to have this a do all my blogs, reviews, opinions, and all, but i guess, tinamad ako nun and wala kasi akong net kaya ayun, had to stop. or wala lang akong time.

now, i decided to get this social networking account rolling, and instead of fb posting and tweet, maybe this would be a more convenient and more appropriate place for me. i’ll try to look for my blogspot and see if it is still working, but definitely i’ll continue this random writing thingy. :)

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Mon May 16, 11:07 am ET
Stephen Hawking says afterlife is a fairy story
By Liz Goodwin
Renowned physicist Stephen Hawking recently explained his belief that  there is no God and that humans should therefore seek to live the most  valuable lives they can while on Earth.
Guardian writer Ian Sample asked Hawking if he feared death in a story published yesterday. This was his response:
I  have lived with the prospect of an early death for the last 49 years.  I’m not afraid of death, but I’m in no hurry to die. I have so much I  want to do first. I regard the brain as a computer which will stop  working when its components fail. There is no heaven or afterlife for  broken down computers; that is a fairy story for people afraid of the  dark.
Hawking’s 1988 book  ”A Brief History of Time” sold 9  million copies, and in it Hawking referenced God metaphorically as the  force that could fully explain the creation of the universe.
But in 2010, Hawking told Diane Sawyer that “science will win” in a battle with religion “because it works.”
"What could define God [is a conception of divinity]  as the embodiment of the laws of nature. However, this is not what most  people would think of that God," Hawking told Sawyer. "They made a  human-like being with whom one can have a personal relationship. When  you look at the vast size of the universe and how insignificant an  accidental human life is in it, that seems most impossible."
Hawking’s latest book, “The Grand Design,” challenged Isaac Newton’s theory that the solar system could not have been created without God. “Because  there is a law such as gravity, the Universe can and will create itself  from nothing. Spontaneous creation is the reason there is something  rather than nothing, why the Universe exists, why we exist. It is not  necessary to invoke God to … set the Universe going,” he writes.
Hawking was diagnosed with the degenerative Lou  Gehrig’s disease at the age of 21. He lost his power of speech and for  decades has talked through an electronic speech synthesizer. The device  has allowed him to continue his research and attain a top Cambridge  research post, which was previously held by Newton. His most famous  theory explains how black holes emit radiation, according to The  Guardian.
So if everyone is destined to power-down like  computers at the end of their lives, what should humans do to lend  meaning to their experience?
"We should seek the greatest value of our action," Hawking told the paper.
(Hawking in China in 2006: Elizabeth Dalziel/AP)

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