My point is that *we* invent the rules. We are the intelligence.<quoted text> Which involves intelligence. The game starts with an idea and a purpose. It is not random. So i don't really know what your point is here as it relates to your conclusions since you do not allow for intelligence.
The rules of math and logic are not discovered; they are invented by us. The laws of physics are discovered, but they are not produced by an intelligence: they are descriptions of how the natural worlds works.We cannot invent what was already there. They are discovered.
I disagree that the intelligibility of the universe points to a source. That seems to be your basic assumption without any proof. In fact, the evidence we have points *away* from an Underlying intelligence and *to* the simple dynamics of the natural world.The universe is intelligible and points to a source.
Specifically, why do you think an intelligence is required? How would things be different without an intelligence? What evidence do you have of this?
I am not surprised. It was probably too much for you to comprehend. No, math and logic are not 'out there' to be discovered. Instead, they are rules we invent to help us understand the universe around us. We decide what the rules are to make the whole more comprehensible to us. And like I said, there are even alternative rules that can and are used for certain purposes.That source is what we call God. I have no comment on the rest of your post.