So...let me see if I've got this right. You all seem to think that the natural laws of the universe are somehow different, not clear on the other side of the universe...
Since when have they been clear on our side?
...against the weight of nearly all currently understood evolutionary principle, and historical precedent...
Get rid of your self-fooling illusions. There are no "currently understood" principles only "currently believed in". Even more so when we're talking about something as "shady" as "evolution" and history.
Oh, who am I kidding. Clearly, something like the Force is totally likely to be real, since it was in Star Wars, it must be possible, right?
Well, since we're comparing reality with fiction anyway... Go watch matrix. Then prove to me that you are NOT inside it and that the laws you claim to "understand" aren't being bended while you aren't noticing.
I generally don't advise seeking wisdom in fiction, but that one serves as a great example of the foolishness of the concept of "knowledge".
There's no actual "knowledge" (unless you redefine the word to the point where the term becomes something completely different), only assumptions aka beliefs.
The main difference between a scientist and a believer is that one of them doesn't lie to himself about the foundation of his assumptions.
Once you realise that, the fiction is no longer something that "couldn't happen" it's just something that didn't happen, same as anything else except for the few thing that SUPPOSEDLY did happen.
*sigh* ... But then again I probably shouldn't raise this kind of topics on a forum. Especially with someone who claims to have stopped reading.