Originally Posted by Brad
I'll assume that you're conversant with the anthropic principle. Rather than ask why the universe appears to have been made for us, why not consider that we're a result of the situation, not the reason for its existence?
I am familiar with the anthropic principle.
Fine tuning in no way suggests that we are the reason the universe was created or that the universe was created for us (and by us I mean humankind). Rather, it indicates that a life giving universe (as we see it) is extremely unlikely without either (a) an intelligent designer or (b) an undesigned multiverse. Therefore, we, as a result, are also extremely unlikely.