Just because its mathematically possible to throw the materials to build a house into a tornado, and out comes a perfect house, does not mean that it has ever happened, nor ever will.
You're assuming our universe or Earth is a "perfect house" when in reality terms like "perfect" are merely manmade and subjective. The universe and Earth just are. They are not perfect and they are not imperfect. You cannot logically personify the natural world, unless you want to be like polytheists. The way our Earth and Universe are is merely one way our of millions that it just as easily could have been. It's like drawing a card from the deck and being amazed that you got the Ace. While it's cool at first, in reality, there is nothing unique about it. The only reason the Ace carries any value is because we've ascribed value to it, and we just as easily could have drawn the 6 or Jack card. Same with our universe and Earth. If it were different, we'd say that that was "perfect" and "unique" too. This argument gets even stupider when people being intelligent design into it--the universe is intelligently designed because God did it; God did it so it's intelligently designed. It's a circular argument.
If in a truly random system you picked the Ace one million times in a row, that would suggest that although the system has the potential to be random, something is tinkering with it.
The fact that in a universe that is intrinsically chaotic there are laws of physics and mathematics is the first big hint that it is not just a matter of us being a particular state of chaos analysing other forms of chaos in a biased way.
The curious thing is that humankind did start seeing the world around us as sheer chaos to be feared and appeased. Then philosophers glimpsed some order in chaos - and that is why you had to know geometry "Only he who is familiar with geometry shall be admitted here". With the increase of complexity in the knowledge of this order matter could be analysed more closely. And when we observe creation in its intrinsic selfness we observe that it is... almost nothing, just a foam of possibilities. When we observe large scales it also dissolves into paradoxes.
What we learn from that is that the physical universe does not have an essence of its own, being just chance that, yet, despite all that, acquires form and repeated form. There is a logos that orders all that quantic chaos. It is "just" mathematical in most cases but at least in one case it is far more than that. As C.S. Lewis said, the only phenomena of nature that we can look from inside is ourselves. And we see consciousness, feelings, morality, aesthetics and life. It is clearly a different form of ordering than the mere mathematical of the rest of matter around us. A kind of.... logos.
So, the more particle-accelerators spend billions to confirm what pre-civilizational savages already knew, that the cosmos is intrinsically chaos, the more the Greek and Judaic insights that the fact that there is a ace of order being repeatedly drawn from the deck, suggests that there is something, no, someONE, out there.