I think one either believes in something, or doesn't believe in something to a certain level of certainty; but I have to allow for a third mindset-one in which people basically just say "I have no idea."
Its hard to call that thinking a belief or rejection of either. I guess it is sort of like saying I just can't decide. I suspect there are a lot of people who think like that.
Of course. I don't think many would argue that belief in a faith is the same as belief in things you experience with your senses. Well, some may claim that, but I don't go along with that.
However, for many its more than just an illogical, half thought out whim. It is a combination of observing the world around them, and seeing evidence for a synchronicity that goes beyond what chaos could be imagined to create, as well as an evaluation of life's experiences. A thinking person can draw conclusions of what they experience in their daily life-of consequences for our actions beyond the naturalistic means, of coincidence, and karma and externally derived insight.
Heck, you know it yourself intuitively I think-even if you don't like to admit it. The laws of nature themselves, of QM and relativity and the machine that is the universe, defy a belief in chaotic and intervention-less matter.
I do realize you are probably young, and I have no wish to play my normal full-out game against a much weaker opponent because it troubles my international sense of fair play.
In one small paragraph you have managed to say one of the the most illogical things one could almost imagine. "QM mechanics teaches us that the world is random, and I know this because I can test it scientifically and it is repeatable every time. "
You may be having psychotic, irrational hallucinations every time you believe someone can check your work, or that you have done any work at all.