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#140 - joemand
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(05/21/2013) [-]
Here's something that might pick at your brain. There is something called the "Anthropic Principle". It basically states that there are so many variables in the PERFECT order that allow life to exists. One of them and most importantly is known as the "Cosmological Constant". It is a varible which s so finely tuned that if it were to ever be changed by the slightest decimal, life itself could not exist. In fact, it's tuned to somewhere around 120 decimal places.    
   
Any Physicist will tell you that nothing in our universe should be perfect. It's just an undeniable fact. Yet as I stated before, the Cosmological constant is basically perfect. The Anthropic Principle has been sending scientist of all branches in every such way. No one has been able to explain why it exists. However, the general consensus is luck. And that I say is the worst part. The very scientist who we praise and glorify...cower away when they're faced with this.   
   
But hey! it's whatever to me. Whether you believe in some grand designer or one really lucky bang...so be it!
Here's something that might pick at your brain. There is something called the "Anthropic Principle". It basically states that there are so many variables in the PERFECT order that allow life to exists. One of them and most importantly is known as the "Cosmological Constant". It is a varible which s so finely tuned that if it were to ever be changed by the slightest decimal, life itself could not exist. In fact, it's tuned to somewhere around 120 decimal places.

Any Physicist will tell you that nothing in our universe should be perfect. It's just an undeniable fact. Yet as I stated before, the Cosmological constant is basically perfect. The Anthropic Principle has been sending scientist of all branches in every such way. No one has been able to explain why it exists. However, the general consensus is luck. And that I say is the worst part. The very scientist who we praise and glorify...cower away when they're faced with this.

But hey! it's whatever to me. Whether you believe in some grand designer or one really lucky bang...so be it!
#291 to #140 - wobblewub ONLINE
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(05/21/2013) [-]
#175 to #140 - dereker
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(05/21/2013) [-]
M-Theory is the answer. Within infinite universes, some are bound to be suitable for life.
Why god doesn't exist? Because you can't start existence with something as extremely complex as a supreme intelligence. Unless our universe is a simulated one.
#174 to #140 - ReikoTheGreat
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(05/21/2013) [-]
The cosmological argument is anthropocentric. That's all I'll say cause I don't want to start a ********** religion argument.