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Who are you going to believe?

Dear Editor,
Did you hear?
It has been on TV and in several of the largest newspapers and magazines. Stephen Hawking, the famed, wheelchair-bound, British theoretical physicist, who suffers the physically debilitating motor neurone disease, has pronounced his verdict on an afterlife: it is a “fairy story for people afraid of death.”
When death comes, that’s it; nothing more.
Well now, that should settle the matter once and for all.
For many it does.
After all, this was the fellow who wrote the books “A Brief History of Time” and “The Universe in a Nutshell.”
Surely one who can ...

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