Point taken and yet when science introduced the idea of a multiverse to dispel the intelligent design folks noting of a creators hand being needed because the chances of what we have existing are so small, they opened Pandoras box. Suddenly everywhere, every possible outcome of ever moment is being exploited. So in some universe, maybe ours God Exists and in others he doesn't. Chances are somewhere this argument is already over.
And this coming from a person who quotes Carl Sagan.
In the other thread I have explained why the universe is apparently intelligently fine-tuned to bear life but it really isn't. In fact, if it was going to be fine-tuned by some divine Creator, don't you think this one could have made a better job? Why is the vacuum of space, which makes up the bulk of it, so deadly to us? Even a great portion of the non-vacuum (other stars and planets) are hostile to life. And why waste the moon? Some intelligent design!
With or without a multiverse, this universe could have stumbled upon the coordinates that barely make it hospitable to life. (This is how I would put it.)
I rest my case.