Someone gave me the argument... In other words, a complex system allowing for intelligent life is unlikely a mere coincidence. Thus, suggesting a "creator". Myself being scientifically immature, the only counter point I could think of is: we don't know all the possible combination of different physical laws that allow for intelligent life, so how can we know the probability of a universe that can harbor intelligent life? From researching online another point seems to be that we don't know how these laws are generated, so how can we determine it's unlikely? I also read some stuff about anthropic principle, but I don't really know what that is. Ultimately my questioning comes down to, "what is junk about the junk science that follows a universal designer". Thanks.