Mainstream science teaches the supernatural premise that something can come from nothing, and that no force or cause (cause and effect) is required for the self-creation of the universe, and the self-creation, self-assembly, and self-organization of all life.
- “The Big Bang could’ve occurred as a result of just the laws of physics being there,” said astrophysicist Alex Filippenko of the University of California, Berkeley. “With the laws of physics, you can get universes …
The origin of the laws of physics remains a mystery for now, he added, one that we may never be able to solve.”
SETICon 2 Conference, “Big Bang didn’t need God to start universe, researchers say,” June 24, 2012, Space.com.
- “Because there is a law such as gravity, the universe can and will create itself from nothing,” he writes. “Spontaneous creation is the reason there is something rather than nothing, why the universe exists, why we exist.”
Professor Stephen Hawking, “Stephen Hawking says universe not created by God,” September 2, 2010, The Guardian UK.
- “The universe is flat. It has zero total energy and it could have begun from nothing …
If you have nothing in quantum mechanics, you’ll always get something. It’s that simple.”
Theoretical physicist Lawrence Krauss, “A Universe From Nothing,” October 21, 2009, Atheist Alliance International (selected quote begins @ 40:33).
- Self-assembly, Manoharan explained, is when particles interact with one another and spontaneously arrange themselves into organized structures.
This happens in nature. Proteins self-assemble …
“Wouldn’t it be great if you could take some silicone and put it into a beaker and shake it for a while and it spontaneously forms a microchip,” Manoharan said. “It seems crazy but that’s what self-assembly means to me.”
Professor Vinothan Manoharan, Harvard University, “A Guide to Self-Assembly,” April 17, 2012.