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September 8th, 2010
04:53 PM ET

Larry King to interview Stephen Hawking

Editor's Note: Stephen Hawking will be Larry King's guest on Friday night. In his latest book Hawking claims God didn't create the universe and aims to banish a divine creator from physics.

You can leave your comments on the LKL Blog here.

You can see the Belief Blog's coverage here on Hawking's new book and the response by religious leaders here.

- CNN Belief Blog Co-Editor

Filed under: Culture & Science • Europe • News media • TV • United Kingdom

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  3. Ralph

    Can science explain how you go from non-existance to existance. Mathatics equation iis going from absolute zero to perfect one.

    September 16, 2010 at 4:29 pm |
  4. HotAirAce

    @Gerald Kelleher

    Thank you for providing a fantastic demonstration of the value of science over religion, and how science improves over time while religion is trapped in dogma, and changes only when forced to by science, in order to keep the religious "house of cards" in place and in power. Getting more to the point, before you repeat one more time that scientists are wrong about 365.25 vs 366.25 days per year or the rotation of the moon, please go do some research on how rotation is measured, and look for a simple (Grade 7 science) explanation of why the moon must rotate in order to present the same "face" to the earth. You are simply wrong on both counts, and if you cannot under this simple science, you deserve your books of myth and made up gods. As always – THERE ARE NO GODS – NO EVENT ONE!!

    September 12, 2010 at 11:07 am |
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