Author: Paul Davies. Review by Reg Naulty
When he was living in Australia, Paul Davies was interviewed by the journal Island (Winter 1992). Davies is a theoretical physicist, cosmologist, astrobiologist, broadcaster, and best-selling author. In the published conversation, he discussed the philosophical implications of current cosmology. Some of what he said would have encouraged an exponent of the old ‘argument from design’. For example, he says that the way in which the world is put together – its extraordinary elegance and ingenuity – is just too clever, too elaborate, too well structured, to be merely an accident.
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