An astrophysicist who builds “universes” on supercomputers explores the big question of cosmology: Was our universe fine-tuned for the existence of life?
Geraint F. Lewis, a professor of astrophysics at the Sydney Institute for Astronomy, gives us his take on a Goldilocks universe that is “just right”.
“The fine-tuning of our universe for life represents a true mystery of science, a mystery that appears to point to something profound lying at the heart of science. We may never find out why we are living in a “just right” universe, but if we ever do, the universe, and our place in it, will be changed forever.”
Read more at Cosmos Magazine
Then go check out the book Mr. Lewis and Luke Barnes have written – A Fortunate Universe: Life in a finely tuned cosmos