Some atheists believe science confirms their disbelief in God. There’s a problem with that however. Evolutionist would have us believe that our world and our existence is shear chance, a pleasant accident.
However, “The strengths of the basic forces and certain other fundamental parameters in our universe appear to be “fine-tuned” to allow the existence of life.”
Fine-tuning means; “according to various calculations, if the values of some of the fundamental parameters of our universe were a little larger or a little smaller, life could not have arisen. For example, if the nuclear force were a few percentage points stronger than it actually is, then all the hydrogen atoms in the infant universe would have fused with other hydrogen atoms to make helium, and there would be no hydrogen left. No hydrogen means no water.” And there are many more examples, such as, if the planet was further or closer to the sun.
“The recognition of this finetuning led British physicist Brandon Carter to articulate what he called the anthropic principle, which states that the universe must have the parameters it does because we are here to observe it. Actually, the word anthropic, from the Greek for “man,” is a misnomer: if these fundamental parameters were much different from what they are, it is not only human beings who would not exist. No life of any kind would exist.”
If our universe is “fine-tuned” to allow the existence of life, that is not accidental! So, what do those so-called scientists who refuse to believe in God do? They fabricate a theory to counter the truth of a fine-tuned universe with the multi-universe theory! Which, guess what? Is impossible to prove! As usual the atheist has to have “faith” in unprovable science to back their disbelief in God for which there is more proof than the multi-universe fabrication.
Their thinking behind multi-universe concept is that there are all kinds of universes, some with properties so different from ours that we’ll never be able to discover them! But that is NOT real science as science is about the observable. Anyway the scam of the multi-universe fabrication is that there are zillions of universes and that allows for possibility of our fine-tuned godless universe! Wow, now there’s faith! Faith in nothing but wild imagination.
The accidental universe:
Science's crisis of faith
Not only must we accept that basic properties of our universe are accidental and uncalculable. In addition, we must believe in the existence of many other universes. But we have no conceivable way of observing these other universes and cannot prove their existence. Thus, to explain what we see in the world and in our mental deductions, we must believe in what we cannot prove.
Sound familiar? Theologians are accustomed to taking some beliefs on faith. Scientists are not. All we can do is hope that the same theories that predict the multiverse also produce many other predictions that we can test here in our own universe. But the other universes themselves will almost certainly remain a conjecture.