Modern science tells us that life evolves. It evolves through a series of mishaps. Those mishaps if positive, will stick around. Positive being anything that helps a life form survive and procreate. Science also tells us to sexual procreation is better than asexual procreation because it promotes genetic diversity. Diversity helps bring about new positive mishaps and weed out weaknesses.
But why does life procreate to begin with? Where does this mandate for procreation come from? If the universe just happens upon life, presumably often, then why does it not just die and let the universe happen upon life again? A constant cycle of new life fresh from the source. Why does it seem to have a mandate to continue to become more and more complex?
We already know that many many species have died off. But what is this mandate to survive and continue itself through procreation?
Are we to assume that the universe is predisposed to the life? Are we to assume that just as the speed of light is a constant, so is the predisposition of life to survive and procreate? To what end?
Where are these laws coming from? These predispositions. These mandates?
Perhaps they have always existed. OK. If that’s the case that’s fine. But why is the universe wired to work one way rather than another way?