Einstein did not agree with probablity being the ruler of the universe and stated "God does not roll the dice."
W.H. Auden wrote "Letter to Lord Byron" in Ottava Rima. This lengthy poem is Auden's direct communication to a poet that he admired, in which he discusses where poetry is in history and how things have changed.
David R. Slavitt wrote a modern poem entitled "Another Letter to Lord Byron" where he continued Auden's conversation and updated events. This poem was also in Ottava Rima.
I decided to write a letter in Ottava Rima to Josef Albers discussing his instructional manual "Interaction of colors."
A problem I faced was that I was only being taught theories and hypothesis that provided summaries to the questions asked. I was left on my own to interpolate the data into my religious beliefs. This was not a cause of irritation, more a reason to study the information in more depth. Davies took me into a realm of scientific inquiry that delt directly with the question of the existence of humankind. The questions asked by the Anthropic principle intertwine the biological perspective with that of all the other sciences. What makes the principle important is that it begins with the math and then shows what humans have miraculously proven in the short period of our existence.