Left to their own devices, the laws of nature tend toward degradation and death, not life.
On their own, the laws of nature don’t tend toward life. To stay alive, living things utilize ingenious solutions.
It strains credulity to suppose that an unguided process of random variation sifted by natural selection could assemble such a delicately arranged system.
Dr. Miller gives a brief summary of his talk on the fine-tuning of human vision. We’ll be doing a full episode with him on that subject soon.
In the “just so” stories of the Darwinian narrative, these engineering solutions simply evolved. They emerged and got conserved.