Cosmology Fine tuning Intelligent Design Multiverse

Steve Meyer on why a supposed multiverse is no answer to the extreme fine-tuning of our universe

Meyer on multiverse cosmologists: “The speculative cosmologies (such as inflationary cosmology and string theory) they propose for generating alternative universes invariably invoke mechanisms that themselves require fine-tuning, thus begging the question as to the origin of that prior fine-tuning.”

Fine tuning Intelligent Design Multiverse

Molecular geneticist asks: “Does the existence of a multiverse hold the key for why nature’s laws seem so simple?”

Johnjoe McFadden’s latest book is Life Is Simple (2021), in which he proposes that universes evolve in a Darwinian process, which “solves” the fine-tuning “problem”. One difference that we might note between this thesis and the sort of thing we read in biology journals is that there is evidence for the existence of countless life forms, whether or not their journey through time is explained by Darwinism. There is no evidence of any universe other than our own.