If you truly considered even the meaning of the word "Supernatural", you would realize that your argument has no value.<quoted text>
Skepticism (US) or scepticism (UK)
Anything that effects the natural world can be tested.
So claims that the natural world is affected by the supernatural
are in the realm of science.
Unfortunately for you the evidence is not in favor of the existence of a supernatural that can affect or produce effects
in the natural world. Therefore leading the skeptic to think
there is no god affecting the natural world.
If you can show that a supernatural force can or does affect the natural, then you will win a Nobel prize, but good luck with that.
A supernatural as in 'an omnipotent' possesses limitless potential and is therefore not limited in methods or powers to create reality. Therefore the process of development of nature that you identify may very well be an instrument that omnipotence is using to create.
Sceptics are lead to believe that there is no God affecting the natural world by their own inner ambitions and dispositions. Science gives no one any authority to claim or assert that "there is no God affecting the natural world; because the fact is that that science cannot be built on a negative argument.
The expression "there is no God affecting the natural world" is nothing more than a reflection of your desire to live in a Godless world.
Existence itself is proof that a "supernatural'(event a supernaturally intelligent agent) is affecting the world as such; unless you can prove that efficiency is accidental characteristic.