The other day we were . . . I was reading one magazine. In the Bible it is said that God said, "Let there be creation," and there was creation. Similarly, in the Bhagavad-gītā also, we understand that Kṛṣṇa says, bhūmir āpo 'nalo vāyuḥ khaṁ buddhir mano eva ca (BG 7.4). "These eight gross and subtle material elements, they are My differentiated energy." So these statements of Bible or Bhagavad-gītā, we can understand that God created this cosmic manifestation. But in the paper we read the other day that the scientific men believe that there was a chunk in the beginning, and all of a sudden it burst out and the planets came out. (break)
So anyone can understand that God is all-powerful; He can create. But the scientist says that "There was a chunk, and creation took place from the chunk." Just see. (chuckles) When you say that God created, one can understand that God is . . . if a man can create such nice things, skyscraper buildings, very, I mean, complicated bridge, engineering work, so God is great . . . (break)
He may have greater brain, so He has created this cosmic manifestation. There is a, I mean to say, standard to believe.
But how the scientists believe that there was a chunk? And what is the explanation? I cannot understand. From the chunk everything come out. And who made the chunk? The next question should be that "Wherefrom this chunk came?" There is no answer. Therefore Prahlāda Mahārāja says that all these material qualification cannot satisfy the Supreme Personality of Godhead.