In honour of the passing of the ‘great scientist.’
Steven Hawking the noted professor said recently : ‘spontaneous creation is the reason there is something rather than nothing.’ This would be fine, if he gave the credit to a creator, but he does not.
Seems like a major weakness of argumentation Steve, for anything created implies a creator. See that piece of lumber yonder? How long will it be before it arises and starts to scratch itself, setting in motion the desire to become a table to be used by humans.
So the piece of wood opines, ‘what is a table, and what is a human?’ Sounds rather stupid, yep, that’s the point. Forget about the wood itself, where did the tree come from? Right, spontaneous combustion.
Hawking is correct when he says ‘things come from nothing,’ but his logic ends there, for belief in God…
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