anthropic principle vs. m theory
I am always amazed at how many incredibly smart scientist can be so bold in their non-belief in a creator. From what I can understand in the last decade or so it seems that we are confirming more and more that (it appears)we are the product of a system that is fine tuned for life to come to being, essentially the anthropic principle.
Definitions of Anthropic principle on the Web:
In physics and cosmology, the anthropic principle is the collective name for several ways of asserting that the observations of the physical Universe must be compatible with the life observed in it. ...
Any of several similar explanations for the nature of the universe, and for the values of its fundamental constants, that states either that the universe is as it is because otherwise we wouldn't be here to observe it, or that the very presence of intelligent life constrains the universe to be ...
The idea that the universe exhibits elements of design specifically for the purpose of containing intelligent beings; namely, humans. Much debate surrounds this issue. ...
http://www.spiritrestoration.org/Theolo ... _Again.htm
Now as a layman on these things it just seems obvious to me that many a smart person is getting nervous with this idea and the work around is M-theory aka string theory.
Definitions of m theory on the Web:
(particle physics) a theory that involves an eleven-dimensional universe in which the weak and strong forces and gravity are unified and to which all the string theories belong
In theoretical physics, M-theory is an extension of string theory in which 11 dimensions are identified. ...
In non-technical terms, M-theory presents an idea about the basic substance of the universe.
Now if I'm correct in my understanding, all of the anthropic principles are verifiable through experimentation. M-theory has no experimental test,..yet. It is essentially a theory with lots of complicated math that seems concerned with creating a work around to avoid the leading thought that belief in a creator is a very reasonable position to hold.
What am I missing here???
My best guess is that hate of religion corrupts the very idea of a creator. When IMO they are mutually exclusive.