Does the universe or multi-verse emerge from randomness, nothingness, or intelligent design (ID)? Does complexity, for example that of DNA, point to ID or not?
Although the majority of scientists seem to exclude the existence of ID from the data in their specific expertise, some leave open the possibility that ID exists from the perspective of the philosophy of science. Others conjecture that human beings do not possess the ability to answer such a question.
While Albert Einstein, Werner Heinsenberg, Richard Feynmann, and contemporaries like Ken Miller of Brown University do not seem to defend ID directly, they also warn that historical perspectives and contexts of the issue should be taken into account. For example, the question becomes nuanced insofar as some reject ID mainly because they identify it with multiple divine interventions
Whether positions on the issue favor randomness or ID, none of them are immune to self-deception, indoctrination, or propaganda. Majority opinion or repetition in themselves do not make a position correct. Only critical thought can lead in that direction. Tentative conclusions: 1)It remains an open question whether things emerge from randomness, nothingness, or intelligent design. 2)The same is true as to whether or not human intelligence has the capacity to address these questions productively. Further reflection is required about both inferences. What do you think?