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I feel that everything does not have to have an explanation or cause. Another example is the tsunami baby and how he survived such an unexpected disaster and no one has any explain for that. A quote from the internet somewhat supporting my challenge. Suppose we flip a fair coin 1000 times and record the results in succession...
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A quote from the internet somewhat supporting my challenge. Suppose we flip a fair coin 1000 times and record the results in succession. The probability of getting the particular outcome is vanishingly small. But it is clear that the mere fact that such a sequence is so unlikely, by itself, does not give us any reason to think that it was the result of intelligent design...
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