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The very last sentence of Stephen Hawking’s book, A Brief History of Time says: “If we find the answer [to why the universe exists], it would be the ultimate triumph of human reason–for then we would know the mind of God.”
This does not mean that Hawking is looking for God. He uses the term, “God” as a metaphor for what science does not yet understand. Hawking, along with many of the world’s leading physicists, are investigating what they call the Grand Unified Theory–the underlying principle that links all forces in the universe.