The slightest changes in almost any of the basic parameters of nature would have led to a universe without stable stars or without stars at all.
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.
Imagine if Charles Darwin could have peered into one of today’s high-powered microscopes and seen the complexity and function in even the simplest living cells.
Proponents of an evolutionary explanation for life and the universe credit natural processes with a seemingly unlimited amount of time and boundless creativity.