And you know this because god speaks directly to you and tells you this. Does he speak to you through your hairbrush?Polymath: Actually, we know of events in this universe that are uncaused. For example, the decay of a muon. Or the timing of the decay of any radioactive particle.
Pahu: Why do you believe those things are uncaused?
Polymath: Most quantum events are uncaused with standard definitions of the word 'cause'.
Now, macroscopic causality generally works because the way that the laws of probability and quantum mechanics interact, but at the basic level, the universe is NOT causal.
Pahu: My dictionary says a cause is a person or thing that acts, happens, or exists in such a way that some specific thing happens as a result; the producer of an effect.
In the real world, every effect has a cause, including the universe, which did not exist before it existed, and therefore there was nothing, from which the universe appeared. Something does not come from nothing by any natural cause, therefore the cause of the universe was supernatural.
(Your dictionary does not address the modern understanding of quantum level physics.)
I noticed you ignored all of your Bible's scientific mistakes and fallacies I pointed out in my last post. Could you at least explain how a star can direct someone (anyone) to a particular house (any house) on the surface of this planet? How about how floating slivers of tree bark can affect the color of your goats?