I had thought of the Singularity as an event, to which the universe — physical reality — traces back at the moment of the Big Bang.
“We can detect more than a thousand problems that had to be solved in advance for life to be able to develop on Earth,” says chemist Marcos Eberlin.
According to Halsmer, engineering involves “the creative use of resources and ingenuity to accomplish a purpose or solve a problem.” It does so by creating “affordances.”
On a new episode of ID the Future we hear the second half of a talk by the bestselling author at the 2019 Dallas Conference on Science and Faith.
If the universe were a radio and the desired setting allows for life, it would have dozens of dials for setting the values of the universal constants.