Our universe determined by that constants which govern the universe. These constants involve constants such as the gravitational constant, Planck’s constant and many others.

If these constants were any different, the universe that would exist would be very, very different. Each one of these constants falls into very precise ranges, which allow humans to live and allow any life-permitting universe. For example, if the gravitational constant varied by 1 to 10 to the 60th parts, life could not exist. If the gravitational constant was any different, the universe would have either expanded too fast or collapsed back into itself.

The same things can be said about the expansion rate, mass, and energy distribution of the early universe, and many more things. So what is the best explanation of why the universe is so Fine-Tuned? There are 3 possible explanations for fine-tuning, necessity, chance, or design. 

The explanation of necessity fails because the universe doesn’t need to have life. The universe could easily still exist without supporting life. We need the universe, the universe doesn’t need us. So What about Chance?

The probabilities of a fine-tuned universe coming about by chance are crazy, crazy slim. So most Atheists will put forward a speculative theory, known as the multiverse. I will write about the multiverse at a future time, but as for now, there is no evidence for this so-called multiverse.

The best explanation for the fine-tuning universe is, design. Robert J. Sawyer, in Calculating God, said:

“It is either coincidence piled on top of coincidence,” said Hollus, “or it is deliberate design.” 

Calculating God

So what’s your answer? Coincidence or design?

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