Grand Design and the Theory of Everything
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Stephen Hawking who tries to substitute the Creator with M-Theory, multiple universes and the law of gravity, says this: “God may exist, but science could explain the universe without a creator. Just like Darwinism ended the necessity of a creator in biology, new theories of physics have made the role of a creator in the formation of the universe unnecessary.”
In his book titled “Grand Design” he claims that “Since there is something called the law of gravitation, the universe could create itself from nothing and has done so indeed. This self-creation is the reason of the fact that something has happened rather than nothing and that the universe and we exist”. And he adds: “It is not necessary to refer to God for the ignition of the spark and the readiness of the universe for functioning”.
In this thinking, which could make some categorical mistake by replying “M Theory” when asked about the origin of the law of gravity, and which seems to forget that laws and theorems themselves do not have the power to create, we are asked to believe that something, which was not existing yet, at a time when it was still not existing, all of a sudden made itself exist for an unknown reason and formed all visible material/objects in this universe.
Is this really true?