At New Scientist, Michael Brooks tells us “Seven Things That Don’t Make Sense About Gravity,” including
– If gravity were a tiny bit stronger, the universe as we know it would not exist
– From plants to quail, life of all stripes seems to need gravity to work properly
Uh … so then gravity doesn’t make sense because … why, exactly? Because there wasn’t supposed to be a solution to those problems? Why not?
It reminds me a bit of this earlier kvetching about gravity.
Fine tuning is a big problem for these people.