Life exists because the conditions of our planet are perfect. The Moon is just the right distance from Earth. The gravitational constant and electric charge on the atom are just right. Everything is somehow just perfect..
The Anthropic Principle is the idea that it is pointless to question why, because life can only exist with these perfect conditions. This is a dismissive and circular logical fallacy. It’s a flaw in reasoning. Life is much more than a bunch of coincidences. We are more than the mere product of time and chance.
We dismiss the beauty and intelligence of mother nature as a serendipitous ‘big bang’ that arose from nothing for no particular reason. Consent in manufactured through the acquiescence of the minds that are weak. A nihilistic ontology by way of ‘big bangs’, the media, and propagandized sheep.
“The facts of science are real enough, and so are the techniques that scientists use, and so are the technologies based on them. But the belief system that governs conventional scientific thinking is an act of faith.” -Rupert Sheldrake
“Birds born in a cage think flying is an illness.” -Alejandro Jodorowski
To see whats going on with the Earth and Moon here, enter the mystery
Reality, the Universe, Earth, whatever you want to call it, it is not the product of continual serendipitous coincidences over time that eventually produce our anthropic existence. Everything was created, manifested through love by the Creator, and not some cosmic coincidence.
For far too long, Science, what once was called ‘Natural Philosophy’, has nudged the Divine Architect out in favor of a nihilistic form of reductionistic materialism.
Philo-sophy, The love of knowledge has left us, and in return, a sacrosanct blue-pill of mental servitude.
“There is no explanation in the Big Bang theory for the seemingly fortuitous fact that the density of matter has just the right value for the evolution of a benign, life supporting universe.”
“If the universe had not been made with the most exacting precision we could never have come into existence. It is my view that these circumstances indicate the universe was created for man to live in.”
–Robert Jastrow, agnostic astronomer, author of God and the Astronomers