Why Is The Universe Meaningless

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In the third segment of the Reason Series, they questioned whether or not the universe was random and meaningless. The most convincing answer for me was that no, the universe isn’t random and meaningless. This is the most convincing answer because the then atheist Sir Fred Hoyle was convinced by the emergence and abundance of carbon in our universe of the existence of a “Supercalculating Intellect” as the source of the universe. The chances of the universe having so much carbon is so improbable that Hoyle compared their emergence by pure chance to those of a “tornado sweeping through a junkyard and constructing a Boeing 747 ready for flight.” This meaning because of how incredibly rare some details in our universe are to obtain life in it that
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