I find it funny people can have so much faith and certainty there's no God and use simple trite logic to prove it when the same simple trite logic proves that our universe is stranger than most think.
For example, scientists can't even explain one of the first observations each and every one of them makes - consciousness - self awareness in the way we experience it. By the same logic of Russell's teapot and Occam's razor wouldn't the "consciousness" phenomenon not exist, other than we personally observing it? Couldn't you in theory have a machine or a human being that behaved exactly as if it was self aware, but didn't experience what we experience? If not, why not? Prove it. Or conclusively prove that other people do or do not experience this consciousness you do. In short, explain your invisible little friend that is yourself and why others do or do not have their own little friends that is themselves.
I have no proof that others experience this consciousness, I have faith that they do because I experience it myself and don't believe that I am so special. But I find no way to prove it conclusively.
In line with the weirdness of our universe perhaps there both is and is not a God. Just like we've shown that stuff can be in a superposition. And each of us is also in a superposition, and what happens in the end for each of us depends on whether we interfere constructively or destructively.