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Stephen Hawking makes it clear: There is no God

If I were a scientist, I'd stick to the Goldman Sachs principle: bet on both sides.

"Believe in science, believe in God" seems to cover all the possibilities and gives you the best chance for a cheery afterlife.

For a time, it was thought that astrophysicist Stephen Hawking had also left a tiny gap in his credo window for a magical deity. However, he has now come out and declared that there is no God.

He gave an interview to Spain's El Mundo in which he expressed his firm belief that el mundo was the work of scientifically explainable phenomena, not of a supreme being.

Hawking said: "Before we understand science, it is natural to believe that God created the universe. But now science offers a more convincing explanation."

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Do you actually think that Anthony Blair?

If so you havent sailed and been on a island.

There are some misinformed, misguided, gullible dunces the the Catholic Church - Popes, Cardinals abd Bishops included - who believe in evolution, albeit an evolution guided by God (called Theistic Evolution, a belief that's totally irreconcilable with the Bible, by the way). These ignorant fools evidently know very little about the nuts and bolts of Darwinism, otherwise they'd dismiss it for the snake-oil, voodoo-science rubbish that it is.
They have no doubt also swallowed the lie that the fossil record supports evolution - the truth being that the fossil record supports creation. (But why let the facts ruin a good atheist fairy tale?)

Some evolution "scientists", in rare moments of honesty, admit that fossils don't support their precious theory. Richard Dawkins, for example, has become so disillusioned by the fossil record that his "science" has evolved from one absurdity to another - he seriously believes in the possibility that "aliens" seeded the first life on earth (watch this deluded clown on YouTube - hilarious!).

Anthony Blair

Dawkins never said, or wrote anything about Aliens - by that you mean creatures from outer space.  Do you believe in that goof ball in England who says lizard people are living among us?

By the way the link you attempted to post didn't post.

Science is about facts, not consensus. If 99.9% of so-called scientists believe in evolution, then these 99.9% don't deserve to be called scientists; they deserve to be called charlatans. As an atheist fairy tale, evolution works great; but as science, it's intelligence-insulting rubbish.

Science is what it is. The life sciences are all based on what you call rubbish; please stay away from doctors, all you need to do is pray and life will be good. Flu shot? No thanks, that's based on evolution. 

The trolling is almost over my friends, this bitch is kind of amusing, though. =)

There are easy ways to disprove reality, try this one.

It doesn't matter how much evidence there is for evolution you people will never accept it.

If you watch the video you'll see how the lie started that RD believes that aliens seeded the earth with life. I wonder if you will bother to watch it. And perhaps you should look up the term  Eddington Concession.

'God' is math and random hapenstance (Fuzzy Logic). Science is his prophet.

A diest god in realists/skeptical terms is a metaphore for "what we haven't figured out yet." Perhaps there should be a better term with historical background.

I'm glad Hawking cleared that up. He met with the Pope and appologized for his research of trying to understand the Cosmos.

Evolution is wholly dependant on the process of one one species turning into a different species (something that has never been witnessed at any level of life, nor is supported by the fossil record, by the way). The flu vaccinedoesn't depend on one species turning into different species, so to claim that the flu vaccine is based on evolution is specious and misleading.
Natural selection is not only a demonstrable scientific fact, it's very, very useful to science, biology, medicine, etc. On the other hand, evolution's "fact" that one species turns into a different species is not only just baseless speculation, it's utterly useless in any practical sense (which is hardly surprising, since it's not fact, but fantasy).

The day a dog breeder, for example, comes up with some viable creature that isn't a dog, that's the day I'll start believing in evolution. The day paleontologists come up with millions of missing-link fossils (tranitionals), that's the day I'll start believing in evolution.
(After billions of years of alleged evolution there should be literally billions of tranitionals out there in the ground; they should be more common than bottle-tops and paleontologists should have dug up millions of them by now. But where are they? According to Richard Dawkins, only one(!) has been found - Archaeopteryx. But evo-charlatans can't agree on even one transitional, since Archaeopteryx isn't considered valid by most paleontologists! So, instead of millions of transitionals being presented as evidence of their theory, evolutionists have the grand total of ... zero? Wow, that's impressive. Didn't Charles Darwin say his theory would be vindicated by the the fossil record?)

Anyone who thinks evolution is good science must have a very poor understanding of what true science actually looks like. Hint: Science in not believing what you want to believe. Evidence, please.
If an evolution "scientist" decided to become, say, a physicist or chemist, his pathetic standards of "science" would have him laughed out of the building. "Charlatan! Get out of here, fool!"

Check out doco interview between R. Dawkins and Ben Stein - "Expelled" - for Dawkins "maybe aliens seeded the earth" proposition. (A drowning man clutching at straws.)

Welcome to the theory of evolution - the greatest hoax in history!

So according to you evolution is rubbish. So please tell us what do you say happened to life on earth.

This should be interesting.

Eveloution of moths.

On Birds.

Evolution takes time.

You may (mistakenly) think that you can see evolution happeining in your lifetime.  Perhaps with the moth study it was evident. The change from dinasour to bird took hundreds of thousands of years.

Cromanian man.Cro-Magnion man - Neandrothol.

Evolution is wholly dependant on the process of one one species turning into a different species (something that has never been witnessed at any level of life, nor is supported by the fossil record, by the way). The flu vaccine doesn't depend on one species turning into different species, so to claim that the flu vaccine is based on evolution is specious and misleading.
Natural selection is not only a demonstrable scientific fact, it's very, very useful to science, biology, medicine, etc. On the other hand, evolution's "fact" that one species turns into a different species is not only just baseless speculation, it's utterly useless in any practical sense (which is hardly surprising, since it's not fact, but fantasy).

The day a dog breeder, for example, comes up with some viable creature that isn't a dog, that's the day I'll start believing in evolution. The day paleontologists come up with millions of missing-link fossils (tranitionals), that's the day I'll start believing in evolution.
(After billions of years of alleged evolution there should be literally billions of tranitionals out there in the ground; they should be more common than bottle-tops and paleontologists should have dug up millions of them by now. But where are they? According to Richard Dawkins, only one(!) has been found - Archaeopteryx. But evo-charlatans can't agree on even one transitional, since Archaeopteryx isn't considered valid by most paleontologists! So, instead of millions of transitionals being presented as evidence of their theory, evolutionists have the grand total of ... zero? Wow, that's impressive. Didn't Charles Darwin say his theory would be vindicated by the the fossil record?)

Anyone who thinks evolution is good science must have a very poor understanding of what true science actually looks like. Hint: Science in not believing what you want to believe. Evidence, please.
If an evolution "scientist" decided to become, say, a physicist or chemist, his pathetic standards of "science" would have him laughed out of the building. "Charlatan! Get out of here, fool!"

Check out doco interview between R. Dawkins and Ben Stein - "Expelled" - for Dawkins "maybe aliens seeded the earth" proposition. (A drowning man clutching at straws.)

Welcome to the theory of evolution - the greatest hoax in history!

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