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GOD, The Failed Hypothesis, How Science Shows that God Does Not Exist

Posted by pwl on March 4, 2009

A talk by Victor J. Stenger in Toronto. He starts at 7 minutes into the second segment of the video, you can start there or with the third video (37 seconds into his talk).

Best quote: “What competent engineer would put a waste disposal site in a recreation area?” – Victor Stenger

On April 5, 2007 Dr. Victor Stenger gave a presentation of his book, God: The Failed Hypothesis at Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada.


Start here above in the second video at 7 minutes in OR at the beginning of the next video below.



Now an interview, “Victor Stenger – The Future of Naturalism Interview” (recorded at the Future of Naturalism conference at the Center for Inquiry), to round out the above talk (which had annoying missing chunks).

“No need for supernatural explanations.”


Now a *** out of ***** star book review of Victor Stenger’s book “GOD, The Failed Hypothesis”.

Personally I found the book quite exciting and refreshing since it holds no holds back against wimpy thinking.

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2 Responses to “GOD, The Failed Hypothesis, How Science Shows that God Does Not Exist”

  1. […] GOD, The Failed Hypothesis, How Science Shows that God Does Not Exist […]

  2. Himangsu Sekhar Pal said

    I want to put this question to those who do not believe that there is a God, and hope to get an answer:
    Why should a man-created, imaginary God have to be spaceless, timeless? To satisfy what basic needs of man was he one day compelled to create a God of his own with these particular attributes?

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