#### Stratoblaster

##### Fractal Fanatic

I am satisfied with sheer random chance being behind everything as we live in a VAST universewhere even odds of 1 in a trillion can and do happen.

In the book "The Improbability Principal - Why Coincidences, Miracles, And Rare Events Happen Every Day", by David J. Hand, the first principal discussed is the "Law Of Inevitability" which states

*if you make a complete list of all possible outcomes, then one of them must occur....*

...which leads into the "The Law Of Truly Large Numbers" which states that

*with a large enough number of opportunities, any outrageous thing is likely to happen.*

That all indicates that while an event, outcome, etc. is

*extremely*unlikely to happen, it can, and will, given enough 'samples'. A woman won the New Jersey State Lottery twice in four months in 1985; the chance of her winning twice in that time frame is approximately one in a trillion.

So, anything seems possible in a way, no matter how remote the chances may seem to be.