How do you explain space and the universe? hmm? Where's your theory for that smart stuff? That it came by coincidence?
"The anthropic principle holds that the universe is not a purposeless, pointless, or random conglomeration of matter and that, on the contrary, it was carefully and created to serve as a home for human life.
evidence ranging from the speed at which the Big Bang was propagated to the physical balances of atoms, from the relative strengths of the four fundamental forces to the alchemy of stars, from the mysteries of the dimensions of space to the layout of the solar system. And everywhere we've looked we have seen an extraordinarily precise arrangement in the structure of the universe. We saw how the structuring and dimensioning of the world in which we live and even of its atmosphere are exactly what they need to be. We witnessed how the light sent to us by the Sun, the water we drink, and the atoms that make up our bodies and the air that we inhale constantly into our lungs are all amazingly fit for life.
In short, any time we observe anything in the universe we encounter an extraordinary order whose purpose is to nurture human life. To deny the reality of this apparent Creation is, as the psychiatrist Karl Stern put it, to overstep the bounds of reason.
The implications of this order and harmony are also obvious. The order concealed within every detail of the universe is most certainly proof of the existence of a Creator who is in control of every detail and whose power and wisdom are infinite. As the Big Bang theory has revealed, this same Creator created the universe from nothingness."