One of the advantages we have in our study of nature is our ability to observe an entire “unpolluted” universe.
Unguided natural processes, according to the generalized Second Law, cannot systematically increase the information content of a closed system over time.
Astronomers have convincingly shown that the laws of nature are sufficient to account for the formation of stars and planetary systems throughout the universe.
I remember well, one particularly cold winter, seeing Snoqualmie Falls in Washington State completely frozen throughout its 268-foot drop.
We had no idea, but apparently a swarm of bees in May on an easily accessible branch is something to get excited about!