Right.<quoted text>yet there is not one teensy bit of evidnece of ANY supernatural processes...ever. not one. not even Bullwinkle pulling a rabbit out of his hat...
so with the lack of any supernatural events, that pretty much only leaves natural events doesn't it?
when you exclude the impossible, the remaining options, no matter how improbable, must be the truth.
So who did something come out of nothing?
Where did the universe?
What are you defining as "supernatural." Strictly speaking, it means that which nature cannot explain naturally, o appears beyond nature, which leaves much of the whole universe and its working in the realm of the supernatural. The Big Bang has yet to be explained, and how time and space exploded into existence.
It would appear you are holding back on us, and must have a VAST storehouse of knowledge to be so arrogant ... or such a fool.