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How can only one number work?

How can only one number work? I understand that the earth we live on is the way it is due to an infinite number of random mutations, and if one of those mutations did not occur, the world could look very different than it does today.  What I don’t understand is if each of the over fifty billion galaxies has a six digit number and our earth was randomly given a six digit number that produced life, why can’t another six digit number work (produce life)?  Granted the atmosphere would be completely different than ours, but couldn’t this other atmosphere also produce unicellular organisms out of tangible object, as our earth has done?  With so many galaxies, and therefore billions of six digit numbers attached to those galaxies, it is hard to think that I would be “less wrong” by saying that only our galaxies number was able to produce life.

Andrea Zambetti

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