Robert Lanza is a medical doctor, scientist, and philosopher. He is head and chief scientific officer of the Astellas Global Regenerative Medicine Institute and adjunct professor at Wake Forest University School of Medicine. He is the author of Biocentrism: How Life and Consciousness Are the Keys to Understanding the True Nature of the Universe (BenBella Books, 2010).

He writes,

if the Big Bang had been one-part-in-a-million more powerful, it would have rushed out too fast for the galaxies and life to develop. If the strong nuclear force were decreased 2 percent, atomic nuclei wouldn’t hold together, and plain-vanilla hydrogen would be the only kind of atom in the universe. If the gravitational force were decreased by a hair, stars (including the Sun) would not ignite.

In this presentation, Dr. Lanza explains the impossibility that the fine-tuning of conditions that results in the Earth School realm come from random events.

Science and Nonduality

Robert Lanza
“Rethinking Our Insanely Improbable Universe”