No Heaven? What about Hell?

Gladly putting up with fools.

Stephen Hawking speaks.  And the world listens.  Why?  Because Stephen Hawking is a Smart Man who as a preeminent physicist has caught glimpses of God Himself, but foolishly chose to focus only on himself.

You can read Smart Man’s latest yourself in today’s UK Guardian in an article entitled, “Stephen Hawking: ‘There is no heaven; it’s a fairy story.'”

Everyone can go home now.  A Smart Man has spoken.  And I’ve conditioned most people to believe Smart Men of science.  In fact, the realm of materialistic science is the only place you will find Smart Men on earth.  And, in fact, earth is the only place you will see people beholden to materialistic science.  Everyone else in the universe knows better.

According to earthling materialistic scientist Hawking:

I regard the brain as a computer which will stop working when its components fail. There is no heaven or afterlife for broken down computers; that is a fairy story for people afraid of the dark.

I wonder how he knows this.  He didn’t say.

Ha ha ha ha ha.

But here’s my question for Mr. Hawking: why is he pontificating about Heaven?  Shouldn’t he be more concerned about Hell?


Heaven’s existence will be inconsequential for all those who, like Stephen Hawking, reject the existence of God.  But Hell?


Ha ha ha ha ha.

I love the deluded foolish minds of those considered wise on earth.

Do you want to see people afraid of the dark, Mr. Hawking?  Wait until you see the desperate hopelessness of those terrified of a black darkness that even you can’t imagine.  Wait until darkness becomes your only friend, your only constant, the only adjective you will ever need in your vocabulary to describe your chosen existence.

Let me illustrate some more examples of the foolishness of Godless Smart Men.  The Guardian article continues:

In the interview, Hawking rejected the notion of life beyond death and emphasised the need to fulfil our potential on Earth by making good use of our lives.

Good use of our lives?  What is “good use” in the absence of Good?

In answer to a question on how we should live, he said, simply:

We should seek the greatest value of our action.

He said “simply” because it is the answer of a Godless simpleton.  What is the “greatest value” in the absence of a Greatest Value, Mr. Hawking?  Is it the value you deem greatest, or the value I deem greatest?

What if my greatest value is to rid the world of people in wheelchairs?  Is that the action I should seek?  If not, why not?

You see, my servants, how I have filled the earth with Smart Men who get listened to without anyone really hearing.  These men tickle the ears of their listeners, falsely confirm the wishes of many, and deceive the innocent often.  

Hearing what one wishes to hear is a human trait, fortunately.  Because there is one Voice on earth who speaks always, gets listened to some, but is rarely heard.

And the beat goes on.


6 Responses to “No Heaven? What about Hell?”

  1. Mike N. Says:

    Our age is awash with “scientific” myth, even hoax. The “smart” people, even in our churches, believe myths such as evolution, man-made global warming, utopian ideas of govenment, …the list goes on and on. Historical reality happens to be recorded in the Bible, both from the record of our beginnings in Genesis, to the record of our future in Revelation. “Smart” people reject Biblical truth as they embrace myth.

  2. “The greatest value of our action” is a physics joke. He means the action functional, which is greatest (or smallest) for the classical trajectory a system follows. That is, he’s just saying we exist in a material world, and following or not the laws of physics is not our choice.

  3. john lennon Says:

    No hell below, above us, only sky

  4. Tarcizio F. Carvalho Says:

    I think the most awesome sentence of yours was: “Everyone else in the universe knows better.” This gives a bit of dimension of SmartMen opinions!

  5. Your a prick. You can’t have hell without heaven.

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