I roll a 6 sided die 10 times and get:
4 5 2 1 2 6 3 2 6 2
The probability of getting this is is something like 6^10, or 60466176 to one
pretty stunning, eh?
Lets try it again.
This time we get:
1 4 2 3 6 4 3 2 1 5
Hmm, well the probability of this one is 6^10, or 60466176 to one against.
Wow. Pretty improbable.
See what I mean? ANY outcome is very very improbably, but we still get one.
But there is nothing that distinguishes one from annother particularly,
unlike your ace-of-spades example. You are arguing as if "inteligent life"
was some sort of criterion, but all you seem to mean is "hey, we can survive
here, that's unlikely"; well you could say so, but so is anything else.
To put it more formally, you can argue before the fact that it would
be really improbably to get 1 4 2 3 6 4 3 2 1 5 (or this universe with
this life), but once it has happened, the chance of it having happened
is 1:1. The guy with the bomb was looking ahead: am I gonna go boom? Looks
like it. You are looking behind: do I exist? Looks like it.