The oceans might be cleaner without man, but they would neither know nor care nor judge.
Half a century ago, as 1968 came to a close, one event brought people together not only in America but also around the globe.
It sound like an anachronistic political endorsement, but it’s true: the Kepler spacecraft is supporting Michael Denton’s fine-tuning campaign with large contributions of data.
It’s thanks only to the fine-tuning of the laws and constants of nature that we live in a universe awash in radiation from this tiny swath of the electromagnetic spectrum — the life-permitting swath.
“Flooded with the light of life”: What a beautiful way of putting it. This creates a double dilemma for materialists.