We live inside a finely ordered cosmos, in which many physical traits, forces and constants are so precisely fine-tuned that they are just right for matter to exist. The most extreme example is of dark energy, whose effect on the expansion of the universe is fine-tuned to 120 decimal places, an unimaginable precision, just to make the existence of galaxies possible. As a result of it, galaxies did form after the Big Bang. The cosmos we live in seems well programmed for conscious life. Without us conscious beings, the cosmos would just be a product of meaningless wave functions which would never collapse until we observe, everything would be meaningless. We add meaning to the cosmos just by intentionally looking at it and collapsing wave functions, hence converting possibility to reality. Also, the universe apparently seems holographic in nature and everything here (except for probably consciousness itself) can be physically described as projections of another version of the universe on a 2-dimensional surface at the cosmological horizon of the universe. All of this is evidence for why it's like we, conscious beings, are seeing only projections from a program and we can't see the real world outside of these projections. It may mean the cosmos was programmed for us. Is there any evidence to the contrary, i.e. the assumption that the cosmos is not finely programmed just for us?