Let’s look at how timing across multiple orders of magnitude brought together cosmic and human events.
Citing Dostoevsky, Solzhenitsyn stressed the need to be intellectually prepared to meet the challenge of atheism. That preparation requires a choice.
Hedin argues that the dogmatic rule that natural science should only invoke natural causes has at its heart a logical problem.
From an engineering standpoint, it was essential that a way be found to protect the cell, life’s most basic unit.
In considering fine-tuning, physicists assume that the constants and initial conditions (and possibly the physical laws) could have been different.