Boy, 11, aims to prove Stephen Hawking wrong about God with stunning counter-theory

When William Maillis was just 9 years old, he earned his high school diploma. At the age of 11, he is pointing out flaws in a well-accepted astrophysicist’s hypothesis.

When and how did life start in the cosmos?

We often tend to steer clear of discussions on God’s existence, as well as the origin of life, and the nature of the cosmos.

Scientists assert that they can “confirm” the nonexistence of God through scientific evidence.

However, have they ever provided evidence?

For instance, Stephen Hawking is among those who firmly believe that God does not exist.

Stephen Hawking postulated that: “Before we understood science, it was natural to believe that God created the universe, but now, science offers a more convincing explanation. What I meant by ‘we would know the mind of God’ is we would know everything that God would know if there was a God, but there isn’t. I’m an atheist.”

The majority of individuals, though, would disagree with this.

The majority of us do think that God exists. A God who has produced life and has led us up to the present.

One brave 11-year-old youngster has the audacity to defend the existence of a powerful God.

It’s difficult to contest his argument.

Meet William Maillis, who is prepared to refute Stephen Hawking’s assertions and who believes that they are incorrect.

Maillis, an 11-year-old boy, is not an ordinary kid.

A genius boy

He was given this moniker by Joanne Ruthsatz, a psychologist at Ohio State University.

Graduating very early

He completed high school at the early age of nine. He could read a 209-page geometry textbook when he was just five. He was then able to resolve circumferential issues.

Furthermore, as the son of a preacher, his religion is obvious. He is so adamant about his ideas and knowledge because of this.

He said: “We know the universe has an age, right? 13.8 billion years. So, 13.8 billion years ago, the entire universe was reduced to a singularity, a particle smaller than a quark.”

“However, if gravity is always working, i.e.: if you jumped off this building, you’re not going to fall 15 seconds later, you’re going to fall immediately, so, if gravity was always working, and the singularity was always there […] then the universe should have no age, it should be infinitely old. But it’s not, it’s 13.8 billion years old.”

“And something can’t come from nothing, because it would have to exist in order to cause itself to exist, which is illogical. So, therefore, something other must have created the singularity, and that something other me observe as God.”

The small youngster makes the claim that the cosmos was created by a very huge force.

That something had to be created in order for it to exist, and that something could only have been made by God, contrary to what scientists now believe.

Even if Maillis’ idea shows a lot of promise, he needs to be ready to ultimately demonstrate it to the public.

His dream career is astrophysics.

“I want to be an astrophysicist so that I can prove to the scientific world that God does exist.”


With a child as intelligent as he is, it could be scary to talk to him, right?

However, Peter Maillis, the boy’s father, asserts that his son is like any other young child in his age group. He claimed that his son also enjoys watching television, playing video games, and participating in sports.

Watch the video about how he argues: