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To get our universe, with all of its potential for complexities or any kind of potential for any kind of life-form, everything has to be precisely defined on this knife edge of improbability. You have to see the hands of a creator who set the parameters to be just so because the creator was interested in something a little more complicated than random particles. Read more:

Today I read an article about science and in this article I found the following sentence: “And we now know that all atoms heavier than helium were created in the nuclear furnaces of stars.” And that sentence nicely reflects the situation of scientists and of writers of scientific articles. They “know.” They always look to me like simple minded members of a denomination or rather of a cult who only know their doctrines and everything outside of their church remains unknown to them. What started as a possible explanation for something is repeated so often that the church members “know” that it is so.

Here now a short excerpt from the article I read today:

 

If such conclusions are correct, the great question, of course, is why these fundamental parameters happen to lie within the range needed for life. Does the universe care about life? Intelligent design is one answer. Indeed, a fair number of theologians, philosophers, and even some scientists have used fine-tuning and the anthropic principle as evidence of the existence of God. For example, at the 2011 Christian Scholars’ Conference at Pepperdine University, Francis Collins, a leading geneticist and director of the National Institutes of Health, said, “To get our universe, with all of its potential for complexities or any kind of potential for any kind of life-form, everything has to be precisely defined on this knife edge of improbability. You have to see the hands of a creator who set the parameters to be just so because the creator was interested in something a little more complicated than random particles.”

Intelligent design, however, is an answer to fine-tuning that does not appeal to most scientists.

 

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