“Did you know that if gravity was slightly more powerful the universe would collapse into a ball? Also if gravity was slightly less powerful the universe would fly apart and there’s be no star or planets,” he explained.
Adding, “Gravity is precisely as strong as it needs to be and if the ratio of the electromagnetic force to the strong force wasn’t one percent, life wouldn’t exist, what are the odds that would happen all by itself?”
This assumes that the universe is supposed to be exactly like it is. Yes, the universe as we know it wouldn’t exist if physics were different; it might not even exist in any form if physics were different. But that doesn’t prove God exists. There’s nothing that says that the universe must exist as it is. There’s nothing that says humans must exist.
Humans exist because the universe happens to be conducive to the existence of humans. The universe (probably) wasn’t created so that humans would exist.
Of course, I hate logic because it’s very easy for things to be logically sound while being factually wrong.
“Well there are 5 billion people on this planet and you’re the perfect mom for me. What are the odds of that?” Sheldon concluded.
And there are a hell of a lot of people born to the wrong parents. A good parent is one who accepts their child as an individual and doesn’t try to force their will on that child. It doesn’t offend Mary that Sheldon doesn’t believe; a lot of religious parents are offended by that (and yes, there are nonreligious parents offended by their children’s interest in religion).