I completely agree that the average skier on this board is in more risk than the average skier.
But even if you assume you ski harder (more avalanche prone) lines than 99% of people and you also ski 10 times more days than average (110 days/year), the odds are still 1 in 50,000 which is still extremely remote odds. It's not just cars that are way more dangerous, you have a million other more pressing safety concerns, death by: accidental electrocution, hot weather, crossing the street, drowning, etc.
Science isn't perfect, but to date, the science clearly shows that the risk is extremely low. Often these remote events are way over estimated due to social factors. It's similar to how many people have an irrational fear of flying even though it's way safer than driving. A plane crash and an avalanche are both scary but very rare.
You're still making your argument from a starting statistic (1 in 50 mil) that we know nothing about. No units, no source. Hardly science -- just a cherry picked "fact" with no attribution.