I recently finished Stephen Hawking's book 'The Grand Design' in which he claims that the universe was created spontaneously through quantum fluctuations. What he leaves out, probably intentionally, is how these quantum fluctuations came to exist in the first place. After all, isn't that really the important question?
If someone has read the book, I'd love to hear your thoughts!
by Merlin Fraser6 years ago
I suppose it was an inevitable reaction to Stephen Hawking’s new Book ‘The Grand Design’ where he concluded that There is no place for God in theories on the creation of the Universe.To me, it is...
by pisean2823116 years ago
does it matter what hawking says?..suppose science actually proves that there is no god,do you think people would believe it?..
by pisean2823115 years ago
God didn't create the universe -- it was actually a result of the inevitable laws of physics, British physicist Prof Stephen Hawking has concluded.In his latest book, The Grand Design, Hawking said: "Because there...
by John Harper6 years ago
"The Big Bang was the result of the inevitable laws of physics and did not need God to spark the creation of the Universe."What say you?
by Kathryn L Hill19 months ago
there is no evolution. That's what I say.
by dutchman19515 years ago
Steven Hawking will be on a special this sunday night on Discovery Channel, calledDid God make or not make the Universe?would be interesting to read comments after it airs.
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