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He also exposes hawkings over stating the case for m theory he exposes the weaknesses of hawkings model dependent realism chapter 4 whose design is it anyway here lennox looks more closely at the belief that god created the universe and at whether what hawking offers is a workable alternative. The grand design by eminent scientist stephen hawking is the latest blockbusting contribution to the so called new atheist debate and claims that the laws of physics themselves brought the universe into being rather than god. The grand design by eminent scientist stephen hawking is the latest blockbusting contribution to the so called new atheist debate and claims that the laws of physics themselves brought the universe into being rather than god. Stephen hawking is a world renowned physicist cosmologist and a professor at cambridge university hes also an outspoken atheist in his recent bestseller the grand design hawking asserts that science has supplanted god as the explanation for the universe. In 2010 stephen hawking the famed cambridge physicist and cultural icon published a book coauthored with leonard mlodinow entitled the grand design in which he purported to explain the origin of the universe without recourse to a divine creator claiming in effect that the universe created itself
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