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May 18 '19 at 6:52 answer chytrik timeline score: 0
May 17 '19 at 22:13 comment added armand Any argument that argues for impossibility based on improbability is moot. The probability that all your ancestors met in the proper sequence , seduced each other, had sex before dying and that the male gamete carrying their DNA won the race among millions is infinitesimal. Yet, here you are.
May 17 '19 at 17:52 answer Geoffrey Thomas timeline score: 1
May 17 '19 at 16:25 comment added Cell I don't know how similar this is, but there are creationists that argue against abiogenesis and evolution based on the improbability of the chemistry. Also your point #2 is kind of confusing because memories and experience are formed dynamically in the brain. For example the chance of you being where you are now wearing what you're wearing now is astronomically unlikely based on where you were born, but is much more reasonable if say it was compared to where you were a millisecond ago.
May 17 '19 at 15:00 comment added 83457 I assume a similar argument has been given before. Would be happy to look into any potential directions.
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