A 2013 book we must have missed (but it gets harder to keep up now, with so much news):
The main thesis of this book is that nature, from galaxies to elementary particles, is intelligible. This concept is explored by a team of physicists, engineers, and biologists as well as specialists in other branches of learning.
Their conclusions may be controversial but they are clearly very interesting and well-documented.
Of course, that last point is very important.
One less well-understood aspect of the promotion of the multiverse is that it renders the universe we live in less intelligible.
By the reliable formula of everything true, it makes nothing true.
Here’s a review from Evolution News & Views:
The book is a collection of philosophical, historical, mathematical, and scientific essays on design in nature. Many of the chapters are written by scientists from outside the United States, with Spain being especially well represented, who are friendly to intelligent design. However, not all of the chapters defend ID. Some of the authors critique ID, or claim it’s impossible to scientifically detect design in nature. But even the criticisms are thoughtful, making this volume a worthy addition to anyone’s collection of ID-related books.
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