We hear it often: “evolution is impossible because so and so said it is improbable; the Big Bang is impossible because so and so said it is improbable.” This is fallacious thinking and the underlying fallacy committed by Fred Hoyle. Improbable ergo impossible is the negative inverse of possible ergo probable. Both statements are fallacious. Improbable events can occur. You, my dear reader, are an improbable event. You are partly composed of one sperm cell of millions that fertilized an egg; you were then a zygote, a fetus, a fully grown baby who was born through a narrow canal. Yet there you are, reading this post. Improbable events aren’t impossible events. The Big Bang could very well be an improbable event, but that doesn’t imply that it didn’t happen. Moreover, evolutionary events could very well be improbable, but that doesn’t imply that such events do not occur. The Big Bang is currently recognized as fact; all competing theories are actually pushing the universe back toward infinity and into infinity itself! Therefore, the zealot should embrace the Big Bang. It is much closer to their young-Earth than infinity is! If the universe is infinite, a trigger-puller becomes unnecessary; god as the raison d’être becomes unnecessary. The universe would be a necessary entity. Ultimately, that which is improbable isn’t impossible. One shouldn’t attempt to undermine science whilst acting in favor of religious ignorance.