Though cosmic fine-tuning is often referred to as “the fine-tuning problem,” Robert Alston says it’s really no problem at all.
Self-evidently, the gravity on the surface of a planet limits the maximum size of large terrestrial organisms.
As we have seen so far in this series, fire was an absolutely crucial component in humanity’s rise to civilization and technology.
Of all the discoveries made on mankind’s long march to civilization, there was one primal discovery that made the realization of all else possible.
In Copernicus’ day, the Earth was thought to be at the bottom of the universe, the “sump” where all the filth collected.