Stephen Hawking, the atheist.

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Stephen Hawking, the atheist, commits an elementary fallacy of logic. Read more:

At the end of this webpage I bring some excerpts from articles I read today. They are all about Stephen Hawking. The main statement of his is that there is no heaven. And making such a statement is rightly described as committing an elementary fallacy of logic. A person who says something does not exist is indeed committing an elementary fallacy of logic. When now such a statement even comes from a scientist then one can only conclude that such a person has not only a lack of knowledge about basic logic but that he is also disqualifying himself as a scientist, because that is exactly the job of a scientist, to look for things people might think they do not exist in order to find out if this is really so.

Now Hawking is a scientist one can describe as the best known scientist alive today. And when such a statement comes from such a scientist then this reflects on the whole community of scientist. And this allows one to say that the majority of scientists today are not really scientist. They are in reality part of religionism. Religionism is excessive religious enthusiasm: religious enthusiasm when regarded as affected or excessive.

Hawking is not a scientist. He has disqualified himself. He has shown what he really is. He has shown what he is, and what the majority of scientists really are.

They are not only religionists, fanatic people of a religion called atheism or materialism, but they are even stupid religionists, because they do not know what they are, that they are religionist, and they also do not know that they are followers of a god, a god who does not want them to wake up and realize that they are part of a system that is supposed to remain hidden to them.

There is actually only one word to describe the state in which such people are, and that is stupidity. One could also call such people bigots. A bigot is an intolerant person, somebody with strong opinions, especially on politics, religion, or ethnicity, who refuse to accept different views. They are in a state of bigotry. But it is best to simply call them stupid.

It is stupidity – foolishness. The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God.

People who deny the spiritual side of life are not only stupid, they are also highly dangerous. These are the people who bring to us nuclear weapons and nuclear plants they cannot control and which cause havoc when simple things go wrong, like a wave of water bigger than normal or an earthquake bigger than normal or a political situation where the political system is in decline, where the politicians lose control, where they have not enough money to run such technical projects properly, where they try to save money, because they cannot handle money and where this creates a general attitude of indifference. When one now considers much more dangerous situations, like warfare, military attacks hitting such nuclear plants, then one can imagine what the result of such unexpected actions will bring. In Japan we have a completely peaceful situation, now imagine what will happen when such a disaster happens in a war situation.

These kinds of people like Hawking are the ones who will, with their stupidity, cause the actual destruction of all life on the surface of this earth, and this in probable just a few years’ time.

And these kinds of people, like Hawking, are supported and financed by blind believers in science. Politicians who have a blind faith in science are the ones who grant them the money for their highly dangerous experiments. The biggest financial contributor to the Cern project is probably the German ministry of science and there would be a focus point where a quick end could be made to what is probably causing the biggest threat, physical thread, to mankind.

Politicians with blind faith in science use money of the tax payers for purposes which are diametrically opposed to the interests of the tax payer and of the voters, in the case of Cern, and the same applies to the case of Stephen Hawking: people with a blind faith in science carry on to support him financially, and that with money which is not theirs.

Now the name Stephen Hawking has appeared on these webpages before and here are webpages where his name appears:
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In the following excerpts the string theory is mentioned. Have a look at what is the spiritual background of this theory:

But now to the excerpts:


Stephen Hawking says heaven is a myth

Science: Stephen Hawking: ‘There is no heaven; it’s a fairy story’

In an exclusive interview with the Guardian, the cosmologist shares his thoughts on death, M-theory, human purpose and our chance existence.

Stephen Hawking dismisses belief in God in an exclusive interview with the Guardian.

A belief that heaven or an afterlife awaits us is a "fairy story" for people afraid of death, Stephen Hawking has said.

In a dismissal that underlines his firm rejection of religious comforts, Britain's most eminent scientist said there was nothing beyond the moment when the brain flickers for the final time.

Hawking, who was diagnosed with motor neurone disease at the age of 21, shares his thoughts on death, human purpose and our chance existence in an exclusive interview with the Guardian today.

The incurable illness was expected to kill Hawking within a few years of its symptoms arising, an outlook that turned the young scientist to Wagner, but ultimately led him to enjoy life more, he has said, despite the cloud hanging over his future.

"I have lived with the prospect of an early death for the last 49 years. I'm not afraid of death, but I'm in no hurry to die. I have so much I want to do first," he said.

"I regard the brain as a computer which will stop working when its components fail. There is no heaven or afterlife for broken down computers; that is a fairy story for people afraid of the dark," he added.

Hawking's latest comments go beyond those laid out in his 2010 book, The Grand Design, in which he asserted that there is no need for a creator to explain the existence of the universe. The book provoked a backlash from some religious leaders, including the chief rabbi, Lord Sacks, who accused Hawking of committing an "elementary fallacy" of logic.

In the interview, Hawking rejected the notion of life beyond death and emphasised the need to fulfil our potential on Earth by making good use of our lives.

Hawking responded to questions posed by the Guardian and a reader in advance of a lecture tomorrow at the Google Zeitgeist meeting in London, in which he will address the question: "Why are we here?"

In the talk, he will argue that tiny quantum fluctuations in the very early universe became the seeds from which galaxies, stars, and ultimately human life emerged. "Science predicts that many different kinds of universe will be spontaneously created out of nothing. It is a matter of chance which we are in," he said.

Hawking suggests that with modern space-based instruments, such as the European Space Agency's Planck mission, it may be possible to spot ancient fingerprints in the light left over from the earliest moments of the universe and work out how our own place in space came to be.

His talk will focus on M-theory, a broad mathematical framework that encompasses string theory, which is regarded by many physicists as the best hope yet of developing a theory of everything.

M-theory demands a universe with 11 dimensions, including a dimension of time and the three familiar spatial dimensions. The rest are curled up too small for us to see.

Evidence in support of M-theory might also come from the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at Cern, the European particle physics laboratory near Geneva.

One possibility predicted by M-theory is supersymmetry, an idea that says fundamental particles have heavy - and as yet undiscovered - twins, with curious names such as selectrons and squarks.

Confirmation of supersymmetry would be a shot in the arm for M-theory and help physicists explain how each force at work in the universe arose from one super-force at the dawn of time.


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