Averick describes the work as “superficial,” “convenient,” and marked by “a glaring lack of profundity.”
The great physicist failed to see the implications of his own work, which may be the saddest thing of all.
Rabbi Moshe Averick concludes, “If he did physics that way his university would have fired him.”
A new book is out under his name. The first chapter asks, “Is there a God?” Answer: No.