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Stephen Hawking Could Be Right!

Stephen William Hawking, CH, CBE, FRS, FRSA,  the world’s most beloved British theoretical physicist and cosmologist has officially declared that he has made God redundant. God did not even create the universe, Stephen Hawking revealed recently. To put an end to this God once and for all he has written a book The Grand Design.

What are we in for now? Evolution or Desolation?

It is perhaps a bit rich for Hawking to make God redundant after granting him/her/it a celebrity cameo at the end of his multi-million selling A Brief History of Time. In his famous conclusion to the book, Hawking wrote that if scientists could find the most fundamental laws of nature “then we should know the mind of God”. To be fair, he was writing metaphorically – we all know what he meant.

He now suggests that the search for this particular Holy Grail is over, now that scientists have come up with a type of theory, known as M-theory, that may describe the behaviour of all the fundamental particles and force, and even account for the very birth of the universe. If this theory is backed up by experiment, it might perhaps replace all religious accounts of creation – in Hawking’s capacious mind, it already has. –The Telegraph

The human race should remain on stand by as hence forth there are going to be changes. To begin with man will re-order the laws of nature and physics. We are now in charge. And as soon as Stephen lays his hands on some mud he will make a man, breathe into him and give him life. In the mean time he will ponder a few questions  from a memo that landed on his desk: Who is this that darkens counsel by words without knowledge? Will you even put me in the wrong? Will you condemn me that you may be in the right? The last I remember a man called Job was stood to task about creation and the laws of nature this is how he summed up a short session of Q&As with the Almighty:

Then Job answered the LORD and said:

“I know that you can do all things, and that no purpose of yours can be thwarted. ‘Who is this that hides counsel without knowledge? ’Therefore I have uttered what I did not understand, things too wonderful for me, which I did not know. ‘Hear, and I will speak; I will question you, and you make it known to me.’ I had heard of you by the hearing of the ear, but now my eye sees you; therefore I despise myself, and repent in dust and ashes.” (Job 42:1-6 ESV)

Stephen Hawking, could be right. But without further ado and bruhaha, as we now make God redundant, let our auspicious human representative read aloud Job 38-41 to all humanoids. Then proceed to answer only two or three of the questions  therein and we shall all surely toast to God’s  early retirement party.


One response to “Stephen Hawking Could Be Right!

  1. Li Kong August 4, 2011 at 04:32

    Scientist Stephen Hawking quoted:“Spontaneous creation is the reason there is something rather than nothing, why the universe exists, why we exist. It is not necessary to invoke God to light the blue touch paper and set the universe going.”The derivation of the theory of spontaneous creation is merely from the discovery of the creation of particles through vacuum by means of quantum theory from scientists in the past.  However, the experiment in the past had shown that the particles could only exist for awhile after its creation and its life could not prolong for more than half an hour and began to vanish.  It is erroneous to use this experiment to support spontaneous creation could create something out of nothing in which the created things could last forever.  Unless the experiment had shown in the past that the created substance could prolong its life more than a year, it is then rational to use it to support there could be spontaneous creation prior to the creation of universe that could cause substances, such as, planets, living things and etc., to continue to exist until nowadays.  As the existence of particles through spontaneous creation through the experiment in the vacuum in the past had shown that the created particles could not even prolong their life more than a year, how could spontaneous creation be occurred prior to the creation of this universe that could create living things that could last even up to this modern days?Thus, Stephen Hawking’s theory for spontaneous creation that could create something out of nothing could not be acceptable especially particles that had been created through experiment could only appear a couple of minutes and then vanished.Stephen hawking also mentions that because there is a law such as gravity, the universe can and will create itself from nothing.   As we know, as the earth revolves around the sun, the gravity is also accompanied with the earth to revolve around the sun.  Even if the earth would cease its movement, gravity would cease its movement simultaneously.  Thus, the gravity and the earth cannot be separated.  As gravity and the earth cannot be separated, it is erroneous to assume that gravity could exist at the collapse of stars or prior to the formation of this universe as supported by Stephen Hawking.  As gravity and the earth cannot be separated, it is erroneous to support Stephen Hawking’s theory that gravity could exist prior to the creation of universe despite there was no object to be found at that time.Isaac Newton was the founder of the theory of gravity and Stephen Hawking develops the theory through gravity.  Isaac Newton supported that gravity attaches big objects, such as, the earth.  To stay away from big objects, would cause lesser or no gravity.  Yet Stephen hawking’s theory contradicts Isaac Newton’s principle that gravity would remain at the absence of object.  The worse is that Stephen Hawking supports that gravity could exist even at the absence of the creation of objects prior to the formation of this universe.  Thus, Stephen Hawking’s theory has been found to have contradiction with Isaac Newton’s principle.

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