The statement is neither true or false because it is alogical.
True or false can only be applied to a statement which has logical sense. Logic requires multiple statements and it is our desire to keep a consistency between the meaning of multiple statements which defines logic. Sometimes even though only one statement is presented there are other statements implied. For example if you say "This statement is true." while pointing to another statement. But in this case there is only a single statement and there are no hidden implications. So the statement is alogical and cannot be scored as true or false.
why, could not things true without logic ? It is not true f.e. that we live on earth, objectivly --> independent from our existence. Alogical means only that we couldn`t give a logical true value to things.
then it would be a strong theory. Theories are not true, they are highly likely. Therefore, the statement is not true. It is highly likely to be true. But, if it's not completely true... it isn't true.