No, the so called "fine tuning argument" is simply an argument from ignorance at best.<quoted text> And in tandem with your chronology of how science is done, people observed great order (read fine tuning) in the universe, and because some of them disliked the idea of God, they set out to explain this observation by hypothesising multiverses and another theory that speaks of a bouncing universe. The bounce has long been discredited so our friends are left with the multiverse yarn to spin. You suggest we wait 10 yrs , i agree. With an assurance to you they wont get nothing in 100 yrs.
N.B. Dont say "multiverse observation ", say multiverse hypothesis.
It amounts to "I don't understand, therefore God did it."
Sometimes the honest answer is "We don't know yet". That does not imply God in any way.
And what does the start of the universe have to do with evolution? By taking the debate this far afield you are essentially giving up on both evolution and abiogenesis. Are you sure that you want to do that?