DEFINITION OF “ACCIDENT”:
a nonessential event that HAPPENS BY CHANCE and has undesirable or unfortunate results.” (Source: Websters New Collegiate Dictionary)
The fact that all of the first 60-discovered elements are precise and they are all interrelated is the first clue that theirs is not an “unfortunate result” because an “unfortunate result” would have caused them NOT to be interrelated and would have caused NOT to each be precise.
I think I see the problem, Alter. You START with a definition of “accident” as “an unfortunate result”, in other words “something bad” and go from there. No wonder your conclusion is skewed! So let’s just drop the word “accident”. The question you’re asking is this: Is the order inherent in the universe a natural consequence of what it is, Or was this order deliberately imposed on the universe by some outside intelligence?
We Naturalists go with the former. When the big singularity happened and created the universe we live in, these are just the laws of nature we ended up with, like it or not. The fortunate result for us is that these laws allowed the evolution of complex living things like ourselves. If they hadn’t, we would not be here arguing about it. Either way it was not an “accident” the way you definite it. It is simply natural.
Try to look at it from our point of view for a change. Your challenge to us is to explain how this “precision” just randomly appeared. The question makes no sense to us because it’s simply the way the universe is. Could YOU explain why it was necessary for this “precision” to be deliberately imposed? Chances are you can’t. It’s just the way you were brought up to believe is normal.