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Critique of Stephen Hawking's A Brief History Of Time

February 28, 2011 | Comments: 0 | Views: 121

Probing Quantum Mechanics and Relativity to probability limits, the author envisions a theoretical progression from The Big Bang to Black Holes. He explores matter origins, energy excitation, physical dualism, metaphysics, and universe destiny. Finally, he predicts: with physics and metaphysics conjunction, 'we would know our own mind!'

Wheelchair confined at an early age, the eminent physicist has since battled the ravages of Lou Gerig's disease, all the while wrestling with controversial particle behavior and managing the prestigious office once held by Isaac Newton at Cambridge University. One of the top twenty physicists in our time, Hawking communicates via a voice synthesizer. Immobile, except for reduced digital dexterity, he remains undiminished, a legend in his own time.

Concerning Determinism and earth genesis, Hawking remarks "According to early Jewish-Christian-Muslim tradition, the universe started at a finite, and not very distant, time in the past... today we still yearn to know why we are here and where we came from." The author disputes popular creationism and monotheistic timing for a more realistic and exceeding time span beyond religionist yearnings. But most recognize the immense time in evidence; even casual interest will intercept the number of light years necessary for visible light particles to travel from the most distant galaxy to earth, 14 billion light years. This immensity disputes monotheism's claim to a late creation and proves astronomical time to far exceed traditional finiteness.

Hawking's interest centers in the ultimate particle and how to overcome Plank's quantum hypothesis; compromised by electron behavior to induction of energy, "... one cannot use an arbitrarily small amount of; one has to use at least one quantum. This quantum will disturb the particle and change its velocity in a way that cannot be predicted." Yet, theorists should be able to predict a speed and quanta outside visible light and with considerable accuracy.

Hawking concludes: Other intelligent life forms might exist; and other universe scenes might appear very beautiful; but they might not contain an intellect able to wonder at that beauty. "One can take this either as evidence of a divine purpose in Creation and the choice of the laws of science or as support for the strong anthropic principle... that this whole vast construction exists simply for our sake. This is very hard to believe."

For a coup de grace, Hawking quotes the philosopher Wittgenstein: "The sole remaining task for philosophy is the analysis of language." Hawking then adds: "But if we do discover a complete theory: it would be the ultimate triumph of human reason-for then we would know the mind of God."

"Analysis of language," from the above, is especially relevant in the evaluation of physics and knowing "the mind of God." In biblical immutability, in an analysis of language, we discover a key to resolve the atheist/theist debate and as it might relate to 'the mind of God.' We appreciate the great mind of Stephen Hawking; but in biblical prose, we discover the God residence was moved from its early First Century site: the Temple, to another place: man's intellect. This God residence was finally destined to end the God-husband to tribal-wife marriage contract.

Do any wonder where the God anomaly resided and was to reside at the new site -- and length of tenure? Aside from incomplete records and in lieu of advanced theory, we cannot know the mind of God; for, in the legal-historicity furnishing God ideation, lies an immutable realization: God resides in the mind of men, millions of different minds, and once resident in the Temple until the 'end of all things:' that is, to the end of contract, to the end of Ten Ages. The Bible is much easier to decipher once fully understanding time frame and terminus for the Ten Ages contract. Even so, A Brief History Of Time is an interesting read from front to back.

The key for intercepting mind over matter is available to those with interest.

Ben Winter, particles physicist, Bible scholar, and author of "THE GREAT DECEPTION: Symbols And Numbers Clarified," reveals there 'is' something new under the sun -- that is, for modern Bible students, addressing a correctness of language and true intent of the major Bible topics: solves Bible mysteries, defines Gog and Magog, reveals Daniel He-goat's surprising identity, daring to number the all important Ten Ages. Sign up for FREE book critiques at http://www.Winterbriar.com and view more articles in blog format at http://blog.thegreatdeception.net.

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