well, if you went to school you would learn about a bang. it was quite giant, some might call it big.
although I would like to see the evidence.
2/9/2008 5:50:05 AM
This man obviously isn't Ivy League. He probably isn't allowed within 500 metres of any educational building.
11/7/2009 9:08:13 PM
Here's what I think about the origins of everything, and your "evidence" of a god;
11/7/2009 9:44:24 PM
All evidence points to a single 'extra-natural' event. Not a supreme being.
11/7/2009 11:52:54 PM
Professors of what, exactly? Why should it matter to me what some guy in theology or philosophy of religion or (ha!) economics says about the origin of the world?
Names and departments, or it didn't happen. ("Big name professors" my left kidney! Ha!)
11/25/2010 11:12:38 AM
Well you got me. Every since those anonymous but undoubtedly real big name ivy league professors came out in favour of a supreme being I've had to content myself with the support of second rate small fry like Stephen Hawking, Carl Sagan, Richard Feynman, Leon Festinger, Stephen Gould, Richard Dawkins, Susan Greenfield, Peter Higgs (he of the eponymous boson), Victor Stenger, J. Craig Venter, Alan Turing, Oliver Sacks, Ernst Mayr, John Maynard Smith, ...
11/25/2010 3:29:11 PM