Can someone explain?
A friend directs me to this example, but you needn’t doubt I’d find more.
Who would want this individual managing their stock portfolio?:
If you crunch the numbers in relation to your own birth (i.e. the probability that a particular sperm united with a particular egg multiplied by the probability that your parents met and repeated the calculation back until the beginning of time), you will get a fantastically low probability.
And so? Look – I cannot bring my parents into this (O’Leary, b 1950), because they are still alive.
But let me bring my grandparents, now happily at rest, into it instead: They kept trying and they got what they wanted.
The stats are 9 children on one side and 10 on the other, all born alive, no early deaths. That shows what intelligent design can do.
And if you have a problem with that, call on me only if you want a door slammed in your face for free. No need to go to the local Madam. That would happen here whether you enjoy it or not.
Naw. Couldn’t be. Ain’t possible that guy’s son knew something his paw didn’t.
Like, Darwinism guarantees that that can’t happen, right?