There is not a certain logic to it, it is wishful thinking motivated by your god need. There is not one example, ever, of anything supernatural ever happening. So how is there a certain logic to postulating a supernatural explanation for the universe?<quoted text>
As we routinely create devices utilizing the same parts and laws of physics that we are made of, almost always by design, there is a certain logic to lead us to believe that such may very well be how we got here. I mean, we can make devices that will talk back to us. However, being an offshoot of such a process may not mean that its environment and laws of physics is the same as ours, but some aspects will be just to establish those laws we live under.
All in all, believing in a nature that spawned this one, which again, is probably built upon some order, and thus design, would indicate there is a higher intelligence with its finger on the power switch, and which for practical purposes, and as a working hypothesis, can be referred to as God.
Just kinda makes more sense than pontificating we just happened.
I think it is a little too early to concern ourselves about who made the outlet for the mixer. When we get to that point, we may luck out and get a manufacturer's name on it. Perhaps someone will be in the kitchen to answer our questions.
You people amaze me.
Just because we can't fully explain the universe at this point doesn't mean we never will be able to. A thousand years ago you might be pointing to the inexplicable nature of illness as proof of the supernatural.