Letter: Your Say - Human flaw in the big plan.
IT is not difficult to postulate a guiding hand in the intricate yet elegantly simple bases of the natural world as we know it. However, if one can accept the broad picture of the universe as revealed by science - zillions of stars in umpteen galaxies - it is not impossible to see some sort of creative intelligence behind all.
The crucial question is why, in all that vastness, such an intelligence would have any interest at all in the daily behaviour of individuals of one species on one obscure planet?
If the human race were ever subject to scrutiny, we would be more likely to be eradicated as some sort of virus which was ruining an otherwise delightful world.
Ron Shuttleworth, Morningside, Earlsdon.