If you flip a fair coin, you can be pretty certain it will come up heads, or tails. That's one of the way these things work, and indeed, has been one of a coin's two major functions for weeks now, if not longer.
Now say the coin was giant, phenomenally huge, and that you lived on it. Say you lived on the Queen, and say that there was some event in the past that was like tossing that coin. What could you say about that coin?
You could say it must have landed heads up. Because if it hadn't, you wouldn't be around to ask the question to. You would be squished.
As a doctor, I am often asked, Doctor Oddverse, why is tossing a coin like the existence of intelligent life in the universe?
Well, I say. I'm glad you asked that question.
Imagine the Big Bang as tossing a coin with a vast number of sides, and us as living on the one that looks most like the Queen. The fact that the coin landed with the Queen side up means just that - the coin landed with the Queen side up. It doesn't tell us anything about whether the coin is fair. It doesn't tell us how many faces the coin has - it might be one, it might be effectively infinite. It doesn't even tell us how many times the coin has been tossed before.
It doesn't tell us we're at the centre of the universe. It doesn't tell us there was a creator. It just tells us that we are here.
Thank you. Enjoy the smallness of existence.