What is the most optimal earth's axial tilt in terms of variation of seasons? What would be optimal axial tilt for earth that life would exist and change of seasons would be at minimal level?
If Earth had 0 inclination to the ecliptic, then life could still exist and there would be no change in seasons. In fact, at latitudes greater than $-23.5^\circ$ and less than $23.5^\circ$, the seasons are already irregular compared with the rest of the planet; they have two points where the Sun shines directly on top of them, effectively making them have two summers. At the equator, there is practically no/minimal variation in seasons already.