Reply To: Authors Ask: Can Randomness Explain the Fine-Tuning of the Universe?

////Reply To: Authors Ask: Can Randomness Explain the Fine-Tuning of the Universe?
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Tom
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Yes well I am also a fan of Dr. Robert Lanza and Biocentrism.

In my book I draw only one conclusion – that since DNA is an “organic programming language” of unknown origin – and we know that all other software was created by teams of intelligent humans – then some immense intelligence – whether material or nonmaterial – must exist or have existed.

To me the notion that all of reality (the universe) is itself intelligent makes the most sense, which is why I am also a huge fan of Deepak’s work. Menas saw a presentation of mine at SAND a while back. I think this is very important work and with our preoccupation and intimate knowledge of computers (and our personal use of them) an examination of the meaning of “code” can open more people up to the reality of consciousness.

Thanks for listening.

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