God new evidence

GOD: new evidence

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God: new evidence' #03

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Nothing in all of physics explains why its fundamental principles should conform themselves so precisely to life's requirement.' - George Greenstein, astronomer.

Is cosmic fine tuning scientific evidence of God or are we just lucky? Is it a coincidence that we live in a universe just right for us, or are new scientific discoveries about fine tuning evidence for God?

This is the third in a series of six videos exploring how new scientific discoveries about cosmic fine-tuning point to the reality of a creator. Featuring John Polkinghorne, David Wilkinson, Rodney Holder, Peter Williams and Graham Swinerd.

What's in the series?      Next: Just Lucky?      Previous: A very unlikely place

To get some idea of what cosmic fine-tuning is like, try your hand with the Universe Fine-Tuning Machine:

Universe Fine Tuning Machine

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