Intelligent design only requires intelligence to see. Can anyone show us an example of life without water? The answer is no! Based on all the hard data we have; 100%, water is the only solvent that have been able to evolve and support life. All the rest is unsubstantiated speculation, designed to give credence to the random assumption, which is not valid in a quantum universe. Random is valid for manmade things, like lotteries, cards, casinos and factories, but not for natural things. Einstein said "God does not play dice with the universe." He did not believe the universe was governed by the math behind lotteries and gambling casinos. A quantum universe loads the dice and counts cards. A quantum universe precludes all states and only allows heads, since the dice are loaded so the designer can win. For example the hydrogen atom has five energy levels and not infinite energy levels as assumed by random. Each energy level is define by a specific energy quanta and not randomly by any energy quanta. The hydrogen dice are loaded. If they were not loaded we could not infer anything about the universe, from atomic emissions, since tomorrow that could change in a random universe. But since there is a design, we can rely on our interpretation. Hydrogen is the original atom of the universe, along with some helium. Oxygen is the third most abundant atom of the universe due to its nuclear stability. Water is the second most abundant molecule behind only hydrogen molecules. Hydrogen, oxygen and water define the energy limits of the living state. The foundation of life was in motion since the first stars. What was most common from the beginning became the basis for life. In a random universe it is all about stumbling in the dark. Return to the light!