I always hear this argument that if things were a little bit different life wouldn't be possible but isn't this a weak argument? I mean if things were different this kind of life was not possible, but what about other kinds of life? What if life would still be possible and it would only be different? I mean God could as well create life forms which run on other things than oxygen. And they can also simply say that it's simply luck that we exist and if we didn't exist then we also wouldn't complain about it. So basically making conclusions because something exists is a bit strange. I mean winning in the lottery is also unlikely but sooner or later somebody wins. It simply happens. Does this not prove that chances and probabilities don't play such a huge role? I mean they'll simply say that it doesn't matter how slim the chances are all which matters is that it happened.. Does this mean that since people win in the lottery which is a chance of 1:10 million or even more then also other things like the first cell coming into existence as a solely coincidence are possible if only given enough time? How do we solve this problem? To me it seems like if winning in the lottery is possible and it's highly unlikely then basically everything is possible it's only a question of time, doesn't this make all the calculations of probabilities look totally futile because probability isn't really a limiting factor? I also heard that the argument which creationists use when they calculate the chance of getting certain structures by chance is not vaild cause when they do this they are looking back and they make it look like exactly these structures are needed, but the evolutionists say that this is not correct cause there are no certain structures which are needed. I guess they mean that if you have a chain of aminoacids for example and you say that the chain is 100 amino acids long and there are 20 different amino acids then the chance of getting a certain order of amino acids is 1:20 to the power of 100. But they say that this argument is not valid cause this exact order of amin acids is not even necessary. I guess they think that if evolution happened again humans could look totally different depending on which path evolution "chooses".