Originally posted by whodey
This site may be of interest to you.
In essence, it argues that if the Big Bang had been altered in any way we would not be here today. With such a view, the universe could be seen as a life support mechanism for life on earth. Take the moon for example. If it were not in place, the earth would s ...[text shortened]... would suffer greater bombardment from space debree and perhaps we would not be here as a result.
This is like the argument that goes:
"Isn't it remarkable that fish have gills & live in the water.
If they had to breathe air out of water they would suffocate & die!"
I think you have your basic premise the wrong way round.
We have evolved to utilise what we can in our environment. There is plenty of evidence to prove this, such as the fossil record.
I accept that God may have created the fossil record to delude us into thinking that we evolved over several million years into modern Man.
You cannot prove that the Universe was created for the benefit of a tiny planet in one remote corner of one of millions of spiral galaxies, each galaxy containing hundreds of thousands of stars.
The environment hasn't been changed/created for our benefit.
At least you are aware of the relative un-likelihood
of our existence.
For instance, if a different sperm had fertilised your mother's egg, you wouldn't even exist to write that wonderfully informative post.
Keep up the good work, adding to the gene pool. 🙄