The Webb telescope can see far enough to witness galaxies from the very early universe.
The hexagon on Saturn performs no function. Columnar basalt doesn’t say anything. Snowflakes don’t carry a message. They are mere emergent phenomena.
A multiverse would require a multiverse-generating device, and it would have to be exquisitely fine-tuned to generate even one habitable universe.
Dr. Miller takes on a number of specific examples including the celebrated eyeless cavefish, which he “used to think was an absolute win for microevolution.”
“Modern physics was founded on the separation of mind and matter.” Indeed, it was. And if that doesn’t work, materialism is dead.