You believe that a man can recite an incantation that causes an invisible and omnipotent man in the sky to transform a stale cracker into the flesh of the sky-man's son who died two thousand years ago. Moreover, despite it now being human flesh, it still looks, feels, smells, and tastes like a stale cracker. Go apologize to anyone that ever tried and failed to teach you physics, and crack open a copy of "A Brief History of Time" before you accuse others of magical thinking.Who do you believe was right, Urban VIII or Galileo?
My, my! Do I detect here a lack of a sense of humor?
Bill, while I appreciate many points of your rebuttal to Thomas, I cannot allow any name-calling. Unfortunately since I cannot redact such things in this blogger platform, I can only ask you to reword it accordingly.
Hawking contradicts himself. From http://www.thefreedictionary.com/gravity we read that gravity is "The natural force of attraction between any two massive bodies, which is directly proportional to the product of their masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them."If you have "bodies" you don't have "nothing". So from where did those "bodies" originate?Nice try, but no cigar!
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