I didn't mean evolution of the universe. I meant in the same way that the process of evolution couldn't be any other way because it simply works as it is and no other way, the universe may be the same. In other words, there could be billions of big bangs but only ones that create a universe like ours, with its laws that make it stable, could continue to exist for anything other than a tiny amount of time. The fact that complex life exists in a stable universe wouldn't be a coincidence; it would be the only way those two things could co-exist. So when you say: "given that a random creation of the universe could've ended up in so many different ways, I find it notable that it ended up in a way so consistent with design." I'm saying that it couldn't have ended up in so many ways (i.e., only 'stable' universes can last for any meaningful amount of time). It could be stable in many different ways of course, but that doesn't really matter. If it's stable it'll last for a long time; if it's stable and long-lasting then it's not surprising that complex life in some variety would evolve at some point. I might not be explaining it very well. I'm not sure how you get to the "and possinly an intended one" part?