Missing the point. Children accept [note spelling] what adults tell them at face value, including about Santa Claus and the tooth fairy, which atheists typically equate with God. But children come into the world with a knowledge base of zero, neither believing nor disbelieving in anything, whether it be chairs, God, or Santa Claus. To suggest that humans are naturally atheist because children don't know anything doesn't hold up to scrutiny. I could argue with equal plausibility that humans are naturally Christian because when stone age tribes learn about Christianity, they typically embrace it wholeheartedly. You seem to have missed the statement that I'm an atheist; I no longer ascribe unexplainable phenomena like miracles to God. What I am doing is pointing out your error in logic in demanding that God be testable like some natural phenomenon. If God was a natural phenomenon, he wouldn't be God. Fail. What have I said that isn't factual?