Stephen Hawking Admits Intelligent Design Is ‘Highly Probable’


The English theoretical physicist and cosmologist Stephen Hawking surprised the scientific community last week when he announced during a speech at the University of Cambridge that he believed that “some form of intelligence” was actually behind the creation of the Universe.

Presenting himself before students at the University of Cambridge, the world-famous scientist declared that his years of research on the creation of the cosmos have led him to isolate a strange scientific factor which he says is in many ways contrary to the universal laws of physics.

This strange phenomenon, which he names the God factor, would be at the origin of the creation process and would have played a great role in determining the actual form of the Universe.


The world renown scientist admits the near-death experience of his brother, who was clinically dead for 43 minutes after a heart attack last October, radically changed his view on the nature of human consciousness and the Universe as a whole

“My brother has always been a role model for me. His rational, cunning and no non-sense mind has shaped my personality into the person I am today and has led me into the study of the fascinating world of physics. But since his accident last October, he has come back a changed man” he recalled.

“He has told me of the existence of a sentient being, of another world we mortals are unaware of, he has told me of God” he told the crowd, visibly surprised at such affirmations.

“Modern science relies on the perception that consciousness lies within the human brain, but what my brother experienced during his clinical death, I cannot explain.”

“Does consciousness lie outside of the human body? Is the human brain just a receptor, capable of receiving the “consciousness wave” as AM/FM radios receive radio waves?” he asked the crowd.

“These are questions modern science has not yet answered and could redefine our view of the Universe and modern physics completely” he acknowledged.


“We were not expecting this,” told the Head of the Department of Astrophysics, John Bairns. “I am simply baffled, I don’t know what to say,” he told local reporters

“In my 40 years as a physicist, the thought of the Universe being “a living entity” never crossed my mind. I admit, Dr. Hawking has given us much to ponder about” admitted Professor John Bairns, politely.

These declarations by the award-winning cosmologist have caused a great commotion in the scientific community, some even publicly admitting that “it was time for him to retire” and that “even great minds fall short in time”.

Stephen Hawking has since published a rebuttal to his critics, insisting that “Intelligent design” doesn’t in any way prove that God exists, but only that a “God-like force” played a role in the creation of our Universe, approximately 13.8 billion years ago.

5 Comments on "Stephen Hawking Admits Intelligent Design Is ‘Highly Probable’"

  1. Nice to see Professor Hawking talking more sensibly about the cosmos. I’ve always been a little taken aback at people so dependent upon measuring causal relationships not being struck by the unavoidable fact of creatures of purpose, intention and values emerging from basic matter. As professor Thomas Crean wrote in his book “God is no Delusion”, “electrons aren’t “about” anything. Welcome back to the sane pack Professor Hawking.

  2. Science is slowly catching up with the biblical account.

  3. Helen D.Eppright | March 14, 2015 at 1:09 pm | Reply

    It is interesting to note that the Bible says that with God all things are possible through Christ Jesus who strengthens us!!

  4. Peter Lyndon | March 13, 2015 at 2:24 pm | Reply

    How dangerous it is to have the freedom to think logically and creatively, despite all those who will react to this with shock and horror (because someone has dared to look outside the ‘box’. Love it, Professor Hawkins. Keep enquiring with that wonderful mind of yours. Be open to ‘receiving’ as well.

  5. Stephen Nowak | March 13, 2015 at 9:57 am | Reply

    Either nothing created everything from nothing, which is rediculous and completely unscientific or there is an eternal, uncreated, sovereign Being (the word we use is God in the English language) who designed and created the universe. I know which one makes sense to me.

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