Newton’s universal law of gravity is 6.67×10 to -11th power exactly. If it was any stronger, all matter would soon be drawn together into a black hole, stars would burn out quicker, and matter would collapse in on itself. If it was any weaker, all matter would fly apart and disintegrate. Gravity had to be exact and constant at the birth of the universe, not gradually evolving and fine-tuning over billions of years. We just got lucky on the first try. No, not really. It was God.
Posted by: Rob Lester | May 5, 2010
Gravity IS an exact science