In considering fine-tuning, physicists assume that the constants and initial conditions (and possibly the physical laws) could have been different.
ID is not religion. But even if we were to concede falsely that it is, such a characterization is irrelevant to the question of whether it is true.
Whether and how we choose to measure something has a big impact, which makers consciousness very difficult to just explain away.
In recent years, MIT physicist Jeremy England has gained media attention for proposing a thermodynamic energy-dissipation model of the origin of life.
Or pseudoscience? A no-nonsense theoretical physicist reveals a gift for comedy as she tries to explain theories that place no constraints on what can happen.