I have recently read Penrose's books, including his latest "Road to Reality", in which he describes his bafflement that the universe must have started out in some extraordinarily low entropy and therefore highly "unlikely" initital state. From this he concludes that the "aim of the Creator" (to choose this state from the enormous configuration space of other possible states) must have been unreasonably precise. What he is trying to get at (I believe) is that there must be an explanation for the stupendously low initial entropy of the universe, but we do not know what the explanation is. Does anyone have any thoughts (apart from invoking a Creator!) on this issue?