Hawking Predicted The End Of The World Two Weeks Before His Death

Professor Stephen Hawking submitted a research paper just two weeks before his death suggesting how scientists could detect another universe and predicting the end of the world.

In his “no boundary theory” devised with James Hartle, the pair described how the Earth hurtled into existence during the Big Bang. The theory questions an issue that had bothered Hawking, who died aged 76, for 35 years. In his final paper, Hawking, along with the professor for theoretical psychics at KU Leuven University in Belgium, explored how these universes could be found using a probe on a spaceship. The world-famous scientist died peacefully at his home in Cambridge in the early hours of 14th March.