I am writing an blog-article critiquing the Simulation Argument. The Simulation Argument is regarding the idea of post-human beings, exceptionally technologically advanced entities, creating a universe simulation; furthermore it is suggested we could be in such a simulation.
to the evidence of the human body not being intelligently designed, I
wonder what examples you would cite regarding the universe not being
The Wikipedia Intelligent Design page states, regarding the universe: "Intelligent design proponents have also occasionally appealed to broader
teleological arguments outside of biology, most notably an argument
based on the fine-tuning of universal constants that make matter and life possible and which are argued not to be solely attributable to chance. These include the values of fundamental physical constants, the relative strength of nuclear forces, electromagnetism, and gravity between fundamental particles, as well as the ratios of masses of such particles."
have tried searching for the atheist viewpoint regarding the design of
our universe not being intelligent, but so far the arguments I have
are mainly supportive of universe ID. For example:
Here is one argument against our universe being intelligently designed:
to how the twin bones in the human forearm, at the wrist, are thin and
fracture prone to allow for
hand rotation (thick bones would make rotation difficult), I wonder what
examples you could give to highlight flaws in the universe? An
intelligent design for the forearm would be one single thick bone, but
what would you cite for a better design of the universe?
Post your replies here or send a tweet:
Tweet to @2045singularity
Notes from the pre-Singularity era:
- ► 2015 (14)
- ► 2013 (68)
- ▼ October (8)
- ► 2011 (50)