Gross Gets More Wrong

As I wrote about before, Casey Luskin has been taking it to Paul Gross.  In the latest installment Luskin touches on the fine-tuning that is so suggestive of design, even die-hard materialists like Leonard Susskind acknowledge it:

Without any explanation of nature’s fine-tunings we will be hard pressed to answer the ID critics.

Although, Susskind goes on to say that he believes ID is faith-based, he also calls the idea of finding a unique mathematical solution faith-based as well.  But, this quote points out that fine-tuning is well accepted by those in the field and definitely a problem for them, one that is suggestive of design.


One response to “Gross Gets More Wrong

  1. Pingback: Luskin’s on a Roll « Professor Smith’s Weblog

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