I thought of this today. Please tell me if this has been thought of by others (I'm almost sure it has, I just don't know by who).
It's 2:30 am here so I'm not going into too much detail.
We know that humans, and most (all?) things related to it, are prone to making errors. For example, some diseases are caused by mutations in your genome, which (I think) is not supposed to happen. Processes created by humans will make errors, as will products created by humans.
What if our planet is a "product" in another framework, let's call it the World System, where its creator also makes mistakes. The planet is supposed to work in a certain way, but there are occasional errors. Seemingly unexplainable things that happen which shouldn't happen, which are labeled as supernatural or miracle or whatever, are actually errors in the World System. As with most good man-made products, the error rate is very low, so people don't pay much attention to them.
Related, I've always hypothesized (and this is truly just a crude hypothesis) that gay people had something go wrong in their conception. Most of the time you can tell someone is gay by their face. They all have a certain feature that makes them different. This is different from being able to tell someone is a flirty type or serious person. More on that later.
Thoughts on this crazy theory?