In 2009, the Richard Dawkins Foundation posted a video of a Lawrence M. Krauss lecture on YouTube. His discussion of how science says God wasn’t necessary for the creation of the universe racked up more than a million hits and inspired Krauss to expand it into a book. Unfortunately, the concepts he explores are so complex, and filled with so many factors that top physicists and cosmologists don’t understand, expanding on them in print actually makes them more confusing.
Like his buddy Richard Dawkins, the evolutionary biologist who wrote the Afterward to his book, physicist Lawrence Krauss does not have a ton of patience for theology. Or American schools. Or God. Krauss seems totally unimpressed by... Read Post
In his new book "The Grand Design," University of Cambridge cosmologist Stephen Hawking argues that the universe was created as a result of the laws of science and that God was not a necessary part of its creation. His theories are ... Read Post