There’s a guy. He lives next to a farm. The farm was constructed and developed a short time after he moves into this house. The company that this farm is propagated by a unique flowering plant grown in only specific areas. The specification of where to grow this plant is largely influenced by wind patterns.
Because this plant, as you’d have it, happens to produce millions of microscopic seeds. Once the seed is conjoined with some particular fabrics and surfaces, a baby is produced. In this case, carpeting has been found to be one of the more “fertile” combining forms for the people-seeds.
Well, this guy, who lives near the farm, doesn’t care for the idea of having to raise a baby because of a misplaced seed. He buys designer-specific screens, which have a 99.9% success rate of limiting seeds through the special mesh.
Because everyone enjoys a nice breeze (especially during the summertime,) this man opens his windows frequently. He has no problems with seeds coming through the screens, as the screen company promised.
Unfortunately, one night, a small tear in one of the screens allows one single and microscopic seed through.
The next day, the man wakes up, after feeling refreshed from the airflow throughout his house, only to find that there’s a baby being developed on his living room floor.
Is the man responsible for the seed-baby?