It does, however, seem to indicate either design or great coincidence, but neither requires intelligence. Natural processes can produce wonderful design, as can mind that does not exist with thought (I'm getting Taoist here, one of the things that makes me sometimes not such a good Buddhist -- the Buddhist does not concern himself with where in the sky the moon might happen to be). If the Tao is, then all this makes perfect sense, as does human mind and intelligence and the sentience of the flatworms. Indeed, even existence as opposed to nothingness makes sense. Now the last thing a Taoist will admit is that his belief makes sense.
Who said that the designer in question is the God of the bible? I never said that, I may believe it personally but I never said it anywhere in the discussion. There is one item though that I feel needs to be addressed in your post...
You say that that it may indicate design but it does not necessarily indicate intelligence. Systems do congregate into symmetry and apparent design, without intelligence, but always requires input from energy to do so.
In a closed system where there is no input of energy from an outside source, a system will always move toward maximum entropy (0º Kelvin) and thus maximum disorganization (Heat death of the universe). This is the case of our universe.
In an open system, of which as an example we could use the multiverse (or even our own planet, which receives energy from on outside source like the sun), our own universe would invariably not suffer a move toward entropy, since new energy would leak into our present universe, either by collisions with other universes, or even when conjoining with another universe and thus would ultimately decrease entropy rather than increase it.
Now if we know that that all the energy (matter, dark matter, energy and dark energy) was originally created by the big bang, which is actually a creation from nothing ( no singularity needed) and we know that if we add all the positive and negative matter and energy together, the result is Zero, and we also know that we live in a closed system (evidence of increasing entropy is an established fact within the universe) where did the energy come from that allows sytems to congregate into this apparent design you speak of?
You say that systems do proceed to lessen entropy naturally (as long as there is energy available) but you cannot explain where that energy initially comes from in the case of the beginning of the universe.
And none of these natural systems can account for the golden ratio which pervades the universe from top to bottom (literally), none of these naturally occuring systems can and do account for those "physical constants" of the universe being so precise which had to exist in the form they did right at the moment of the big bang. If they had not been there at that precise moment, we would not have the universe that we know now, if we had one at all, so these constants did not evolve in any way, they were immediately there at the very beginning.
Which barring the idea of countless multiverses and infinite tries allows us to only accept one answer, that the mind purposefully and with intelligence chose the parameters of this universe.