What's this going on between our legs?
We have an entertainment complex in the middle of a sewage system.No engineer would design that at all.
No engineer and definitely not Neil deGrasse Tyson!
Therefore it is wrong to say it is part of a design, we are to infer.
Which is essentially an appeal to authority: unless Neil deGrasse Tyson can understand it, it cannot possibly be kosher.
That approach puts Neil deGrasse Tyson in a tight spot. If he were the smartest man in the world, not just the smartest man at the American Museum of Natural History, then, yes, it would be kosher to let him interpret the meaning of the universe for us. I hate to say it, but he's not up to it. He is not the smartest -- just ask his wife!!
SO... Just because Neil deGrasse Tyson does not comprehend something, that does not mean it cannot be true.
I once heard Neil deGrasse Tyson give a technical talk about his research, and he came across as a good guy, doubtless pretty smart. And he is amusing, with raucous humor peppering his talk. But if you want to win your argument, Neil deGrasse Tyson, use a better argument than "It doesn't make sense to me, so it cannot possibly be true."