In all of the documented billions of observations, not one duplicate was found. In addition to those proofs, there were 13 attempts at disproof and all of them failed to disprove the originality theory. Not a single duplicate object was found. If one were to believe that all of the objects in nature were originals, then the chances of being wrong would be less than one in a number with more than 99 zeros after it. For science, less than 5 chances of being wrong in 100 chances was considered statistically significant. For classical science, the originality evidence was statistically significant tremendously far beyond the certainty standards required by classical science.
The evidence also permitted a second tier of statistical inference to the entire universe. That inference suggested that every object in the universe was an original. There were no duplicate objects in the universe, and the chances of being wrong were less than 1 chance in more than 2 sextillion chances. And that probability was the certainty of a fact. Such a fact indicated that the universe was a construct like a museum with every object in it as a unique exhibit. Now one may see why it was apt to depict a small sample of humanity looking for instruction from a small sample of the universe as depicted on the cover of the second edition of the book, Originality throughout the Universe.
In conclusion, all of the natural objects in the entire universe were originals and that was a fact.