Outsmart World
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I was intrigued by an article in Scientific American by philosopher, Philip Goff, mainly because I disagree with his ultimate conclusion. Here’s the quick summary:The core enigma is the fine-tuning problem with the universe. The problem is that if the values of all these constants was not pretty much exactly what they are, then complex life would not be possible in our universe. Clearly complex life is possible, because we exist, so how do we explain the fabulously improbable physical laws of the universe? God) made the universe with these precise values so that complex life could exist.
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