The chance of a specific person being born is around 1 out of 200000000 with all the right factors in place. A slight change of factor and someone else is born, you could look at yourself and say all the factors were meant for you to be born or it doesn't matter because someone would be born anyway and that person would still have the same questions. Now compare a single person to the universe, I don't understand why some say the cosmological constant had to be fine tuned because the probability is so low. The universe is vast, comparing the probability that a specific person is born to the probability to the birth of the universe I personally do not think there is the need for any fine tuning unless I believe that the factors around each person's birth is fine tuned as well.
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