You use Russell's Teapot because you seem to think your position is the default. If it isn't, then don't use Russell's Teapot.
I made a logical point supporting my position. I ask you for a reason that nature can't do in the future, after I die, what nature is perfectly capable of doing now: creating my consciousness. Russell's Teapot is not an answer. If you don't know, say you don't know.
If we were to find a natural object orbiting the Sun, it would be reasonable to assume there are more of them around the Sun, or around other stars. That's how nature works. It is unreasonable to claim it is far-fetched for there to be more.
You are arguing against my position, so naturally I aim to support my position.