Conventional statistical inference has been strongly challenged by the anti statistical philosopher who uses the following example:
Imagine a man. Imagine that every time a man opens his front door and steps outside a red 1965 Corvette with the license plate that says "not by chance" Drives By, And a cat runs up and claws his left foot, and a helicopter flies by and drops a bowling ball on his right foot. The man tries the experiment at all random times of the day and every time he steps out from this front door this conjunction of three events occurs.
According to Conventional statistical inference the probability that these three unlikely events would occur at the same time is so low that we must infer that it was deliberately designed.
But the anti statistical philosopher challenges the validity of this conclusion by pointing out that, if there is an unlimited number of parallel universes in addition to our own, then we just happen to be in that particular Universe in which an unlikely conjunction of these three events has occurred.
Therefore conventional statistical inference is undermined or rendered invalid by this challenge of the anti statistical philosopher. How can we regain our faith in conventional statistical inference or overcome this challenge of the anti statistical philosopher?