With all that is necessary for existence that we understand it amazes me that one can look at all the facts and believe that such precision is randomly and accidentally "created".
There are a number of resources on the web that deal with intelligent design, but when it comes to universal constants, I am usually left desiring more. Usually such lists I have found to be limited in length or detail. My intent with the creation of this blog entry is to update it as many times as needed. Its going to be my central list of universal constants that are required for this universe and humans to exist. The point of this is to illustrate the precision necessary for the universe and our existence, which should logically allow us to safely rule out random and accidental existence. There comes a point in time where there amounts so much evidence of precision that we have no choice but to rationally believe that random accidents cannot reasonable account for existence. Sure we can always believe in that, but the point of this blog is to demonstrate that such beliefs fly in the face of what we know.
Some of these constants are going to be ultra precise, some of them might have larger tolerances. Some of our tolerances might only be that wide because of our limits in our ability to measure.
This blog will hopefully over time become an exhaustive list, but I don't want it to be just a list, my intent is to follow up with each and every entry on the list with a blog that details out and expands on why that universal constant is necessary for the universe and or our existence. Basically this list and proceeding blog posts are going to be a work in progress.
The list will comprise of the universal constant name, followed by a comma, with the tolerance necessary for existence. So for example entry number one on the list states:
1. Density of the Universe (@ Big Bang), precision = 0.0000000000001%
This means that the density of the universe, if changed by 0.0000000000001%, then the universe and or us, wouldn't exist.