Monday, September 20, 2010

Stephen Hawking on Lary King - Fr. Spitzer Was There As Well

Stephen Hawking was recently on Larry King to answer questions on his new book 'The Grand Design'.
Hawking's conclusions, the universe didn't need God to create it.

After a few brief questions to Hawking, a panel was then asked to respond to his answers and add their understand of the universe's creation.

Included are a few more videos from Fr. Spitzer in  response to Stephen Hawking.Father does a fantastic job!
Part I

Part II

Part III

Father Spitzer:

More Videos from Fr. Spitzer on answering questions pertaining to Stephen's new book.

1 comment:

  1. In "The Grand Design" Stephen Hawking postulates that the M-theory may be the Holy Grail of physics...the Grand Unified Theory which Einstein had tried to formulate and later abandoned. It expands on quantum mechanics and string theories.

    In my e-book on comparative mysticism is a quote by Albert Einstein: “…most beautiful and profound emotion we can experience is the sensation of the mystical. It is the sower of all true science. To know that what is impenetrable to us really exists, manifesting itself as the highest wisdom and most radiant beauty – which our dull faculties can comprehend only in their primitive form – this knowledge, this feeling, is at the center of all religion.”

    E=mc², Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity, is probably the best known scientific equation. I revised it to help better understand the relationship between divine Essence (Spirit), matter (mass/energy: visible/dark) and consciousness (f(x) raised to its greatest power). Unlike the speed of light, which is a constant, there are no exact measurements for consciousness. In this hypothetical formula, basic consciousness may be of insects, to the second power of animals and to the third power the rational mind of humans. The fourth power is suprarational consciousness of mystics, when they intuit the divine essence in perceived matter. This was a convenient analogy, but there cannot be a divine formula.