Lennox: “Stephen Hawking was a brilliant mathematician and a genius. But he had no idea about philosophy.”
What can we infer about the cause of the universe, about what brought it into being?
Cosmology has become an art form. Stylish essays are decked out with a very brief skirt of science.
Cosmologist John Gribbin cleverly inoculates himself against any suspicion — which would naturally come up given his thesis — of harboring thoughts of intelligent design.
“Consider an analogy — suppose you’d never seen chess being played, you could, by watching a few games, infer the rules…”