Friday, 8 April 2011


"Isn't it interesting how physics concludes that life is possible given the constants of nature as they are? God could have created the universe in such a way to make life impossible under pure naturalism (a 6000 year old earth, etc), yet apparently we are to believe that he did so in a way which still makes sense under naturalism. Wouldn't it be miraculous if the universe couldn't have possibly have created life - yet still did. THAT would require a serious explanation, however the fine-tuning argument as-is isn't a threat to the naturalists ontology." - Reasonably Aaron


Reasonably Aaron said...

At first I was like. Wow - I've had the exact same sentiment. Then I saw who you quoted. Thanks!

Kel said...

It's a really good point, it deserves at least some memetic fitness ;)