Found this New Statesman article linked in a Sam Harris tweet. It is a collection of comments on reasons for non-belief from such ones as Richard Dawkins, Daniel Dennett, Sam Harris, Jerry Coyne and Stephen Hawking…to name a few.
What caught my eye about the tweet was this comment by Harris, his actual tweet:
"Great cast of nonbelievers in the New Statesman - but I have no idea what Hawking is talking about…"
Here is the Stephen Hawking comment, that has Harris seemingly confused:
"I am not claiming there is no God. The scientific account is complete, but it does not predict human behaviour, because there are too many equations to solve. One therefore uses a different model, which can include free will and God."
There are plenty of interesting comments in that article and will perhaps post some later...but for starters…anyone want to take a stab at what exactly Hawking was saying there? Not so sure myself....so please, your thoughts?