Stephen Hawking's final book "Brief Answers to the Brief Questions," as seen following it's launch at London's Science Museum, October 15, 2018.
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Stephen Hawking spoke from beyond the grave Monday to warn that science and education are under threat around the world. The words of the scientist, who died in March at 76, were broadcast at a London launch event for his final book "Brief Answers To The Big Questions". Shape the future".Hawking lived for more than five decades with motor neuron disease that left him paralyzed, communicating through a voice-generating computer. Hawking's daughter Lucy, said hearing her father's unmistakable voice had been "very emotional".
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