OK so why is it that these "odds" come from astrophysicists?
Well, just offhand it could be because those odds are coming mostly from creationists
. You know, the people that keep trying to use science as a way of justifying the need for their invisible god-friend.
For example, take this bit written by Mark Walker http://ieet.org/archive/Walker_Cirkovic06.pdf
it's an essay by him talking about how many astrophysicists agree with fine-tuning. It contains a lot of bs written by a man who has no qulaifications talking about such matters (he's a philosophy professor from Trinity College). He also says that there are lot of astrophysicists who do this. However there are always very few examples provided of legitimate ones who actually do.
Where are these astrophysicists who actually make these odds. The legitimate ones that is.
If they are wrong don't blame me I am only extrapolating from the theories they propound.
You're fully in control of which theories you accept, which theories you use to make your points, and how thoroughly you expose them to critical thinking and inquiry. If you couldn't do what literally amounts to a two minute google search to find out whether or not the idea you proposed had any actual merit, why shouldn't I blame you? Intellectual laziness is not much of an excuse.
If the math is fuzzy all I can say is, it ain't my math.
The math isn't fuzzy. The information is just processed wrong. And again, this is a point that comes up incredibly often. It and the counterposition are everywhere on the net. If you couldn't be bothered to take a minute and check your facts then saying "it ain't my math", doesn't excuse you for the mistake.
I'm curious as to the point of having "truth" in your name if you have no vested interest in it?
Simply put the scientific argument implies what it implies so either it is so or the science is bad.
Being in error is part of how science operates. Also as has been mentioned the scientific argument does not imply that. Nor is that argument scientific.
I am not totally convinced that the atheist is right and have been looking for affirmation.
This was brought up before, there is no such thing as an atheist position. You're looking for affirmation of something that exists only in your head and not in the real world.
The problem that I notice in your posts is that you seem to have very little interest in actually obtaining knowledge. There's more to learning than just reading something on the net and then asking others what they think. You have to actually do some work yourself and think about the data and conclusions you are reaching. You make huge mistakes that are elementary
, including your continued insistence on there being an atheist position. You should at the very least make the effort to learn what atheism entails. And the implications of what the "scientific" theories you are trying to talk about actually are.