Astronomers have convincingly shown that the laws of nature are sufficient to account for the formation of stars and planetary systems throughout the universe.
A null hypothesis, such as expecting the absence of function in non-coding DNA, reveals a presupposition that biases one’s interpretation of the evidence.
In considering fine-tuning, physicists assume that the constants and initial conditions (and possibly the physical laws) could have been different.
A man was paddleboarding last month when he came across a mysterious creature three miles off the shoreline of California.
“You might have to travel a half a billion light years from the Milky Way, past many, many galaxies, to find another cosmological wall with a galaxy like ours.”