Even Ockham’s Razor can’t mow down an infinite expanse of nonsense.
Steve Meyer, author of The Return of the God Hypothesis, offers a summary of the problems:
Proponents of the Multiverse Theory have their answer, groaning under the weight of strained conjectures. But Meyer here neatly explains why the theory fails, in two important respects, precisely where the inference to theism — the God Hypothesis — succeeds.David Klinghoffer, “Stephen Meyer: Let’s Compare Intelligent Design and Cosmic Fine-Tuning with the Multiverse Theory” at Evolution News and Science Today (November 9, 2021)
David Klinghoffer notes, for a buzzier riff on the same theme, check out an episode of Science Uprising, “Fine-Tuning: You Don’t Suck.”:
You may also wish to read: Astrophysicist Ethan Siegel tries banishing the Kalam Constant Siegel may be confusing the Kalam Constant with the Shazzam! Constant. What’s really interesting is that he thinks he must answer Meyer’s arguments at all.
Hat tip: Philip Cunningham