Argument from the world as an interacting whole
Argument from the world as an interacting whole was developed by Norris Clarke and popularised by Peter Kreeft.  It is a hybrid argument similar to the argument from design, the fine-tuning argument and Why is there something rather than nothing?
- Object interact with each other in "interconnected, interlocking, dynamic", stable and reciprocal ways as part of an overall system.
- An object's active nature depends on the other parts for its own intelligibility and ability to act.
- No individual object can be self-sufficient or self-explanatory for its nature depends on the rest of the system.
- The system as a whole cannot be explained because it is comprises many individually unexplained parts.
- The system requires a "unifying efficient cause" to explain it.
- Neither the individual parts nor the whole is self-sufficient or self-explanatory.
- The system is organised based on a unifying idea.
- A real idea requires a real mind. The unifying idea requires a designer and the designer pre-exists or transcends the system.
Imaging objects have agency. The concepts of unity and reciprocal are human inventions.
What is the point of all those unused types of elementary particles? Only a few types exist normally but many redundant types have been found (in the standard model of particle physics). What is the point of other galaxies? Why all the empty space? A simpler system would have met the alleged design goals.
What is an explanation?