I will explain how the fine-tuning of the laws of physics, our planet, and life interrelate in symphonic harmony to allow humans to advance technologically.
I’ve argued that “multiverse thinking” destroys scientific logic. My argument involves a hypothetical “cancer cluster” in a town with a chemical plant.
We can now begin to ask, and in future years continue to reassess, whether the special conditions the Earth satisfies are ubiquitous or unique.
We are learning that Earth’s rare qualities are important for its habitability. More, Earth offers us an exceptional platform for scientific discoveries.
Speakers will include philosopher Jay W. Richards, astrobiologist Guillermo Gonzalez, and philosopher of science Stephen Meyer.