rodheadlee Posted July 15, 2012 Share Posted July 15, 2012 http://www.washingto...aWiW_story.html" The cosmological implications are hotly debated. Can God fit in a scientific story of creation?The answer is “no” for Lawrence M. Krauss, an Arizona State University theoretical physicist. He argued in Newsweek that the Higgs boson discovery “posits a new story of our creation” independent of religious belief.“Humans, with their remarkable tools and their remarkable brains, may have just taken a giant step toward replacing metaphysical speculation with empirically verifiable knowledge,” he wrote.With enough data, physics would make God obsolete, he said. “If we can describe the laws of nature back to the beginning of time without any supernatural shenanigans, it becomes clear that you don’t need God.”I don't see how Krauss makes the connection that because matter is discovered we don't need God. Link to comment
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