Scientists Stephen Hawking Professor is currently the most famous living scientist of the twenty-first century.
Many people have used the “Ask Mega Genius®” option to challenge “the man with the perfect IQ”™ with philosophically perplexing questions. Although he handles all such questions in strict confidence, this Mega Genius® Intelligence Briefing consists of a few of the most popular questions that he has received about God and the universe — anonymously submitted — along with Mega Genius’® replies from beyond the top of the IQ scale.
The mega-genius physicist Stephen Hawking has many things to unravel about his life. He is a mysterious man. With a sharp mind, He has done a billion different super-smart things. You can’t win over him in the game of mind. Here are some facts about this super genius and a mysterious person that you knew before.
1) He was 21 years old when he was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and doctors told he only had three years to live. Hawking, upon hearing the news, promptly took one look at Death and said, “Nah, I’m good,” and proceeded to live until the ripe old age of he’s still alive. He is now 75 years old.
2) He has married twice and has three children.
3) He often goes to meet disabled children whenever possible.
4) He left his wife Jane for a nurse Elaine Mason and later married her.
5) His favourite superhero is Superman. He loves him and Lois Lane.
6) Surprisingly, he wants to a villain in James Bond films.
7) He communicates with people by using his cheek muscles. As per the reports, there’s a laser on his glasses that scans an alphabet of letters. When it gets to the one he wants, he twitches his cheek muscle and it recognizes that letter, then begins again.
8) He believes in life beyond planets and according to him, Aliens will kill us all.
Mega Genius®: It depends on how you define the word “God.”
Man customarily defines “God” as “the Being perfect in wisdom, power and goodness, whom people worship as creator and ruler of the universe.”
Let’s adjust that definition minutely.
No effect can exist without a cause.
Consequently, nothing can exist in the absence of creation.
This physical universe exists and, therefore, is the result of creation.
Source of that creation is obviously infinite in wisdom and power with regard to the physical universe, and reflects total truth of the physical universe, and in infinite wisdom is also infinite in what man would consider goodness. So, let’s call source of that creation “God.”
Therefore, if we define God as “source of creation of the physical universe, infinite in wisdom, power and goodness,” we have a slightly different definition than what man customarily uses, but we have an accurate definition of what we can call God.
Accordingly, we can intelligently and truthfully say God exists.
Dear Mega Genius®: Can God create a rock so big that he cannot lift it?
Mega Genius®: The old conundrum is that if God cannot create a rock too heavy to lift, how can he be all powerful and be God? Conversely, if he can not lift the rock, again how can he be all powerful and be God?
The answer is that God can create a rock so big that he cannot lift it, because he chooses to consider at that moment that he cannot. At any time, however, God can change his mind and lift it.
An all powerful God has the power and freedom of all choice.
Unless one addresses that question with extremely superior intelligence, using the “Genius Formula,” it is an unsolvable riddle.
Accordingly, it utterly baffles our most distinguished physicists.
For example, the British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking, Lucasian Professor of Mathematics at Cambridge University and author of the best-selling book “A Brief History of Time,” is currently the most famous living scientist of the twenty-first century. Yet he has written, “The actual point of creation lies outside the scope of presently known laws of physics.”
Similarly, according to Professor Alan Guth, of Massachusetts Institute of Technology, a highly acclaimed cosmologist, “The instant of creation remains unexplained.”
According to the Nobel Prize winning physicist Dr. Leon Lederman, Director Emeritus of Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, “When you read or hear anything about the birth of the universe, someone is making it up — we are in the realm of philosophy. Only God knows what happened at the very beginning.”
With all due respect to the Nobel laureate and his distinguished colleagues who have been unable to figure out what happened at the birth of the universe, I’m afraid that Dr. Lederman overstated the matter. Just because he and his associates don’t know the answer, doesn’t mean that someone of higher intelligence doesn’t know.