CalliArcale - Hi! How are you?<br /><br />Of course, since I believe in microevolution including adaptation, and also creation - the answer would be both in respects to this earth. <br /><br />And, as I read your post again, I would say both!<br /><br />Concerning the universe:<br /><br />Consider: how could life exist in our universe if it was not fine tuned in certain ways.<br /><br />Note my above post, and also, for another example:<br /><br />"Equally vital is the intensity of the electromagnetic force in relation to the other three. For example, some physicists figure this force to be 10,000,- 000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 (10^40) times that of gravity. It might seem a small change to that number to add one more zero (10^41). Yet that would mean that gravity is proportionally weaker, and Dr. Reinhard Breuer comments on the resulting situation: “With lower gravity the stars would be smaller, and the pressure of gravity in their interiors would not drive the temperature high enough for nuclear fusion reactions to get under way: the sun would be unable to shine.” You can imagine what that would mean for us!" - Ibid., p. 18.