How can so many numbers of nature—the constants and relationships of physics—be so spot-on perfect for humans to exist? Coincidence and luck seem wildly unlikely. This...
Our universe is astounding in that the laws of physics have to be perfect beyond belief for stars and planets, and for human beings, to even exist. Does this demonstrate, if...
The fine-tuning of the constants of nature, which seems required for the existence of stars and planets and certainly for life and mind, is a fascinating feature of our...
What enables structures to form in the universe? How did galaxies, stars and planets develop from the primeval plasma soup? What are the laws of nature that bring about...
Cosmos: How vast? Fine-tuned? Fake? Consciousness: Mystery? Brain structure? Souls? ESP? Meaning: God make sense? Arguing God’s existence?
Here’s the claim: cosmic conditions that allow complex structures — galaxies, stars, planets, people — depend on a few “constants of nature” lying within tight...
Why do the “constants of nature” — masses of subatomic particles and strengths of forces like gravity and electromagnetism — have the values they do? Does fine-tuning...
Our universe seems fine-tuned for life, with the constants of physical laws having to be within tight boundaries. Does this mean that the universe has a goal of...
The physical laws of our universe must be just so in order for life and mind-for us-to exist. ‘Just so’ is called ‘fine-tuning’, and it seems to...
The universe works for us because of deep physical laws. But if the values of these laws would much change, then all we see and know could not exist.
Our universe must be “just so” in order for life and mind-for us-to exist. “Just so” is called “fine-tuning,” and it cries out for...
The universe works for us because deep physical laws seem to work. But if the values of these laws would much change, in either direction, then all we see and know could not...