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    I have five questions for this crossed guy that claims he understands how probabilities work...
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    I am very interested to hear your answers. I won't argue with any of your answers, after you answer I will just move on to the next question.

    Question one: Would you say that a universe where 100% of the space is suitable for life is proof that universe was created for the purpose of hosting life?

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    I don't think he is mentally there so expecting a worthwhile answer is well wishful thinking. 
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    I have around 4 debates due today so i am going to be on all day.
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    nvm there is only one debate due

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    Question one: Would you say that a universe where 100% of the space is suitable for life is proof that universe was created for the purpose of hosting life?
    No. I would say the two are not logically related even though it may look so from the perspective of the created.

    My house was designed by me. It has a swimming pool and a fireplace, both locations unsuitable for my life.

    Life may be only part of the reason for the creation of the universe.