Richard Dawkins Quote

Richard Dawkins

"just because something is labelled as ‘a natural process’ doesn’t make it any less miraculous. There is something a bit ridiculous about saying, ‘there is no way this guy could have turned water into wine’ when we are at the bottom of a gravity well on a small rocky planet orbiting a nuclear fireball, our ancestors were fish and bacteria, our bodies are made of stardust, and the universe jumped from a size smaller than an atom to a complex, fine-tuned, system with over 100 billion galaxies." Richard Dawkins
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Birth: 1879-11-04 Death: 1935-08-15

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