Problem with this thinking is that I would whole heartedly say it cheapens the majesty of the universe. Tacking on extra numbers to an equation that is perfect already completely misses the point. Also, your use of the phrase "very real" is a bit dishonest wouldn't you say? God cannot be proven from existence. You're merely projecting theistic bias onto it. For every "impossibly perfect" intricacy in the natural world that you use as an excuse to believe in god, there are 1000s of redundancies that would suggest there is no intelligence behind it at all.