Stephen Hawking, a well-known astrophysicist, is incorrect. ‘There is God,’ William Maillis, an 11-year-old genius, declared.
Stephen Hawking has been a fervent believer in the nonexistence of God in recent years. “It was reasonable to think that God created the cosmos before we understood science,” Hawking said in a statement. “But now, science gives a more credible explanation.”
However, William Maillis, a young prodigy who graduated from college at the age of 11, is opposed to this approach. Netizens were awestruck by his alternate idea confirming the existence of God, and he became renowned as a result.
The logic of William Maillis runs like this:
“Isn’t it true that the universe has a lifespan?”13.8 billion years is a long time. So the entire universe was reduced to a singularity, a particle smaller than a quark, 13.8 billion years ago. However, if gravity is always operating, i.e., if you leap from this building, you won’t fall 15 seconds later; you’ll fall right away; therefore, if gravity is always working, and the singularity is always present […], the universe should have no age, and it should be eternally ancient. It is, nonetheless, 13.8 billion years old. And something can’t appear out of nowhere since it would have to exist first in order to cause itself to exist, which is irrational. As a result, somebody else must have produced the singularity, which I shall refer to as God.”
William believes that the creation of the celestial bodies and the universe was aided by a ‘outside force.’ And, aside from God, he believes there is no one else who is responsible for all of this.
William’s idea’s validity and soundness have promise in the worlds of science and philosophy, and it could lead to a paradigm shift in the future!
Would you like to make an educated guess as to what William Maillis wants to be when he grows up?
William stated that he aspired to be an astrophysicist in order to pursue his lifelong dream.
In an interview, he stated, “I want to be an astrophysicist so that I can prove to the scientific world that God exists.”
Despite his precociousness, William’s father, Peter Maillis, described his son as a “normal” little boy.
“We’re just regular individuals.” He’s also a typical youngster. You can’t tell him apart from the other 11-year-olds. “He enjoys sports, television shows, computers, and video games just like everyone else,” he stated.
William Maillis is a prodigy in the field of music. He began attending college classes at St. Petersburg College after graduating from high school at the age of nine, and two years later, in July 2018, he earned an associate in arts degree. Then he went on to Carnegie Mellon University to enhance his study in order to pursue his dream of becoming an astronomer.
William began displaying precocious abilities as early as his first months as a newborn, such as speaking in entire sentences at the age of seven months. He had already learned addition and multiplication by the time he was two years old. William enjoys learning new things. He began learning Algebra, sign language, and Greek when he was four years old.