I'm not really looking to get into a debate or flame war; I just wanted to put in my two cents regarding the comment made. But I will elaborate, since you asked, although I think this board has already covered the topic before. And I don't see much point in debating it. I'm not going to change your mind, and you're not gonig to change mine.
To me, it seems that when people have trouble attributing something to a deity, it is because they don't see any "proof" that there is a deity. And that's cool. To each his own. On the other hand, people who attribute things to deity are generally willing to make a leap of faith. They believe that deity purposefully does not create the babel fish--or provide hard evidence of his/her/its existence--so that people must rely on faith to a degree. Why deity wants people to rely on faith is another topic, I guess, and one that people who do rely on faith argue over.
Anyway, once someone understands that deity wants them to rely on faith rather than cold hard evidence, it's becomes normal and acceeptable to attribute certain things to a diety, whatever those things may be, be they how we got here, why there are so many varieties of wasp, or why men have nipples.
Don't get me wrong, even as a person of faith I think some people attribute way too much to deity. In addition, I am all for finding out how and why things work; I reckon deity operates according to certain unalterable laws. I'm all for finding out, technically, whether we evolved or were "placed" on earth. I don't think one precludes the other.
Your opinions may--and probably do--vary. That's cool. Whatever floats your boat.