Are we all that important in the grand scheme of the Cosmos? What does this do to religion and atheism

In this video, Gleiser opines how the pendulum is now swinging the other way—towards a view that we are significant because we are so very rare. “I argue that life is rare and that complex, intelligent life much rarer still,” he asserts. “If anything, intelligent life is a fluke in our universe—the exception not the rule.”


His book seems to be a good read as well.

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