As a staunch Creationist, I absolutely hate it when Creationists use arguments that are easily dismissed, disproven, or even weak as proof of Creation. There are a multitude out there. So, as a budding physicist/mathematician who has had an interest in the Creation/Evolution debate since I was about 9 years old, part of my hobby is debunking the arguments used by Creationists. Lately, one of the arguments that has been on my mind is the mathematic improbability argument. There are numerous forms, but the basics is, "Evolution is so improbable that scientifically it is impossible". I have been doing quite a bit of research into the matter, and have decided to write a paper as to why I believe that this argument is very fallible, and should never be used by Creationists. As I used the "math input panel" on my windows computer to make the formula used in the document, it won't copy and paste into this window. So, I uploaded it to google drive and made a shareable link so others could view it. You can view it here. Feedback is appreciated. Edited to improve paragraph formatting.