Re: algorithmic complexity of God

Sun, 11 Jan 1998 20:02:01 EST

In a message dated 98-01-11 19:04:20 EST, you write:

<< On Sun, Jan 11, 1998 at 09:17:00AM -0800, Hal Finney wrote:
> One reason for believing in the existence of God is the fact that the
> universe appears to be narrowly tailored for the existence of our kind
> of life. Take a look at figure 5 on
> and you see what a tiny fraction of the possible values for physical
> constants would allow life as we know it to exist. One way to explain
> this seeming coincidence is to say that our universe was intentionally
> created to have parameters in this region.

perhaps, but who's to say that life cant exist within other parameters?