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Old Dec 21, '10, 5:05 pm
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Default Is a Natural Explanation Always more Probable?

I've heard often, for a variety of different discussions, that a natural explanation for something is always more probable than a Supernatural one (God). So I'm asking, does this apply to the Universe's creation and fine-tuning? I mean, is any theory, M-Theory, uncaused Multiverse, random energy shifts, etc. automatically more probable than God so long as they are plausible? I would think no, and that it is based on the evidence or premises too, but I would like to hear some opinions on this.
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