Problems of Evolution: 6. Environment: By Stephen E. Jones
Problems of Evolution
Why the Evolution Controversy is Not Going Away
By Stephen E. Jones, (c) 2004-2005
Chapter 6. Environment

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This is the table of contents of Chapter 6, Environment, of my book-in-progress, "Problems of Evolution." See also the main table of contents.



6.	Environment 
	6.1.	Fitness of the environment for life 
		6.1.1.	Demise of the `Copernican' mediocrity principle 
		6.1.2.	Evolutionists' `Goldilocks problem' 
		6.1.3.	The fitness of the environment
	6.2.	Fitness of the Universe for life 
		6.2.1.	Fine tuned initial conditions 
		6.2.2.	Fine tuned laws and constants of physics 
		6.2.3.	Fine tuned laws of chemistry 
		6.2.4.	Fine tuned parameters 
	6.3.	Fitness of our galaxy for life 
		6.3.1.	Age
		6.3.2.	Size
		6.3.2.	Shape
		6.3.3.	Galactic habitable zone
	6.4.	Fitness of the Solar System for life 
		6.4.1.	Unique? 
		6.4.2.	Sun 
		6.4.3.	Planets 
	6.5.	Fitness of the Earth for life 
		6.	Life not extinguished  
		6.5.2.	Distance from Sun  
		6.5.3.	Circular orbit 
		6.5.4.	Moon 
		6.5.5.	Axis tilt 
		6.5.6.	Water 
		6.5.7.	Plate tectonics 
		6.5.8.	Biogeochemical cycles 
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