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Since the best evidence right now is that the multiverse is real, "fine-tuning" isn't an issue.

I dispute this, as do many cosmologists. It is one of many competing models. But for the sake of argument, assume it is true. You've merely pushed the problem back a step. Now you need a fine-tuned mechanism for generating universes. Back to square one it seems.

If the number of universes approaches infinity then having at least one capable of evolving intelligent life is a near certainty.

So would the likelyhood of some God-like intelligence existing in one of them to create everything. Back to square one again.
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