Stephen Hawking possesses eternal faith and intrusively believes in that ‘something; that makes everything work in which the objects of sense, sound, touch, sight, talk and smell belong, the essential parts of this material and visible world. , but the is incapable of comprehending the substance, to which these properties belong. He belongs to this visible world and therefore identifies with this external world, as he identifies with his physical body, made up of the properties that I just mention. He is only able to comprehend these important organs, but is incapable of comprehending the eternal substance, God, to which these properties belong. Since he cannot comprehend the eternal substance, he wrongfully concludes, the substance does not exist. “It can’t exist, because I can't see, touch, smell or touch it. Therefore it cannot exist. Thank God. Louis Pasteur believed in germs none of us could see at the time, if it was left up to Mr. Hawking we wouldn’t have homogenized milk.