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Stephen Hawking, great theory, but you're wrong! Comments

World-renown physicist and author, Stephen Hawking, gave a lecture last night at Pasadena's California Institute of Technology astoundingly claiming that God wasn't needed to create the universe, and that instead physical laws would cause the universe to spontaneously appear. Continue Reading

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  1. thelooker
    1 year ago

    Hawking's theory makes a lot more sense to me! Finally, a non-delusional theory for existence makes an appearance. If you explained everything you believe in, leaving out the word god, a psychiatrist would diagnose you as Paranoid Scitzaphrenic, an invisible almighty being, talking to you, telling you how to live, controlling every aspect in life, it's pretty insane when you think about it.

  2. Jason
    1 year ago

    Religion cannot explain "why" they can only assert their version of "why".

  3. ryan b
    1 year ago

    You're incorrect in separating the theories of evolution and theology. You forget, man created the theory of a "God," just as man created the theory of evolution. The problem here is theologists believe in one book to explain humanity while scientist examine several and question all of them.

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