# What are the odds?

Just what are the odds of some event happening somewhere back in time setting in motion everything we see from the plants to the animals, the fish, the birds and even the insects and of course us humans? The scientifically accepted law of probability which is called Borel’s law of probability states that the odds of anything happening would have to be less than 1 out of 10 to the 50th power. That is a lot of zeros, but one might think anything is possible if it is just one point below this. However, it is stated by some of the very influential evolutionist that for things to evolve from some random something happening would be most difficult. Dr. Carl Sagan of Cornell stated the odds would be 1 in 10 to the 2,000,000 power. One now believing creationist – Dr. Harold Morowitz a biophysics from Yale – states the chances of evolution happening as we are taught in our schools is 1 chance out of 10 to the 340,000,000. Putting this in simple words, it is just impossible based on the odds of it happening by itself! So how did this all start. Someone must have put things in motion.