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It’s a big universe, and the order is mixed in with a great deal of disorder. See your nearest swamp, garbage dump or nebula. A universe which was completely dis-ordered would be just as unlikely as an entirely ordered universe, so we would expect to see at least a little order out there.

Splendor, on the other hand, is in the eye of the beholder. It’s difficult to measure, or even quantify in a way which is independent of human observation. That’s not to say it’s not there in some sense, but just because we call an object or phenomenon splendid doesn’t mean it’s designed just for us.

Posted: March 30th 2010

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logicel

Your implication is that goddidit. Confronting goddidit is a common reality at this site. Since Easter is nearing, let me present you with a collection of delicious responses (even better than chocolate eggs and bunnies) that may whittle a little edge off your theistic and maddeningly insatiable craving of goddidit.

Nibble here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here.

Enjoy the feast!

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Science.

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