Then show us how the "known laws of physics and chemistry" produced self-replicating life.<quoted text>
Why is intelligence necessary for these?
I disagree: all I am saying is that universe B works via the known laws of physics and chemistry. Those laws produce the life we see around us. Why is an intelligence required?
I say it doesn't work so well with "known laws".
And that's even letting you off the hook that the Big Bang Theory doesn't even coincide perfectly with "the known laws of physics and chemistry", as acknowledged by cosmological scientists.
What it does fit is a giant conspiracy of forces to produce the human mind.
Think of it as a the mind of man climbing all the steps on the ladder of knowledge, then when he gets to the top, he finds himself.
I know, you think that's idiotic.
What we know is far exceeded by what we don't.
That's a Buckism. No extra charge, Polly.
Science could use some humility.
That's another,...never mind.