What does that have to do with the number of possible different non-random processes? There are a lot of non-random processes. You need to do a lot more work on this. What is the chance of a rock falling down, rather than up? That is a non-random process. Does it indicate the existence of the god of gravity? That is what your faulty logic is saying.You need to have a course in probability and statistics.
It is a sequence of 39 possible choices
Your YEC arguments may work with the choir, who want to agree with you. We are not the choir, and we can see the flaws that the choir do not.