What's wrong with believing in something coming out of nothing? Sure, the odds are, literally, astronomical. In fact, it would take a... a... a miracle?
We know what makes up the human machine.
We know the genes, the stuff in the genes. Scientists say it was a primordial ooze that was the crock pot.
I say get all the ingredients together and lets see if we can grow a human.
For all the right stuff to be in the right place at exactly the right time? Can't see it happening.
As Thomas Jefferson (the Atheists most admired) said:
"I hold, that when we take a view of the universe, in its parts, general or particular, it is impossible for the human mind not to perceive and feel a conviction of design, consummate skill, and indefinite power in every atom of its composition.
The movements of the heavenly bodies, so exactly held in their course by the balance of centrifugal forces, the structure of our earth itself with its distribution of lands and waters and atmosphere, animal and vegetable and bodies, examined all in the minutest particles, insects mere atoms of life, yet as perfectly organized as man or mammoth; the mineral substances, their generation and uses; it is impossible I say, for the human mind not to believe that there is in all this, design, cause and effect, up to an ultimate cause, a fabricator of all things from matter and motion, their Preserver and Regulator while permitted to exist in their present forms, and their regeneration into new and other forms.
We see too, the evident proofs of the necessity of a superintending power, to maintain the universe in its cause and order. So irresistable are these evidences of an intelligent and powerful Agent, that, of the infinite numbers of men who have existed through time, they have believed, in the proportion of a million at least to unit, in the hypothesis of an external pre-existance of a Creator. Rather than that of a self existant universe."