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In the argument of origin science, there are only two possibilities. The universe either became in existence by random natural processes, or it was created. If the odds, in one of the two possibilities, can be shown to be mathematically impossible,
then, the other by necessity must be true. There are no mathematical equations to test the odds of the supernatural, that is, by definition, why it is called supernatural. It is above nature. Now, whether you agree or disagree at this point, does not refute the outcome, if the other possibility can be shown to be mathematically impossible, the opposite possibility would have to be true, no matter how implausible one might think it to be.
There are mathematical equations showing probabilities in nature. They are testable, therefore mathematical. So what are the
odds that the universe and life originated from nothing by random natural processes?
Let's ignore for the moment that there is no viable explanation of where the initial atoms came from to even have a "big bang".
Or that, in all the vastness of the known universe these atoms could somehow find each other to initiate the explosion.(This
alone, if quantified as a mathematical probability, would likely exceed a googolplex--or a googol raised to the googoleth power--a
number that is so big that it cannot be written by a human in an entire lifetime.) The initial odds of these pre-existing atoms
that caused an explosion big enough to expand matter throughout the known universe, could come back together, precisely and orderly, are 1 out of 10 to the 287th power. An example of these kind of odds is to put 200 balls each numbered 1-200 into a mixer like you see in a lottery. You get only 20 picks and each pick must be in ascending order, first pick ball #1, second pick ball #2, up to ball #20. You would have to do this 232 times in a row! A probability of 1 out of 10 to the 50th power is considered mathematically impossible! That alone is enough to disprove the "big bang" and evolution. And if you add the origin of the atoms needed and evolution, you've just increased the odds exponentially into infinity.
Now, where's the proof for the big bang and evolution?
universe alwayse existed