humpreys wrote:So again, this is not, to me, a question of intelligence, it is a question of where those laws come from, and why they create such an ordered consistent cause and effect Universe.
I agree, I just think that the universes inherent nature to organize is one of a number of arguments for an intelligent design theory.
event_horizon wrote:There's only one force that gives a slight appearance of order in the universe -- gravity. If it wasn't for gravity there would be no galaxies, stars, or planets. It also keeps Earth in the Habitable Zone. Out of zillions of chances for a planet to exist in this zone, there's bound to be a very tiny fraction of planets that exist in it...Earth just happens to be one of them.
Mainstream science suggests that there are 3 basic building blocks which are essential to the universe.
Gravity is an outgrowth of these 3 building blocks.