Ok so I am writing a physics "research" paper over any topic we like. The one requirement is that the intro must be about the Anthropic Principle. I have searched it all over the internet and have found it hard to understand what the heck it is talking about. (I am not into this kind of thing because it has to do with what you believe more, so I ask anyone's opinion.) The following is what I think it was saying, Weak Anthropic Principle: "Of course we see the constants of physics as 'fine tuned' because we would not be able to see them any other way, since we exist. Say the constants differ in different regions of the universe, or that there are even multiple universes with different constants. We, existing, must be in a region or universe with the constants that allow life to form." In other words, there is nothing special about the constants as they are. Strong Anthropic Principle: The universe's sole purpose was to create life, and to thereby be observed. The constants were such from the very beginning as to permit the formation of life sometime. The constants are very special, in that if they were changed even the slightest bit, life would not be able to form. In my opinioin, the WAP seems more atheistic and the SAP seems to favor creationism. Is that what those Principles mean, or have I understood it incorrectly? Thanks, any help would be great.