Mainstream science trusts in the supernatural belief that something can come from nothing and that no force or cause (other than ‘Nature’) is required for the self-creation of the universe, and the self-creation, self-assembly, and self-organization of all life.
“Professing to be wise, they became fools,” -Romans 1:21-22
“The Big Bang could’ve occurred as a result of just the laws of physics being there,” said astrophysicist Alex Filippenko of the University of California, Berkeley.”
SETICon 2 Conference, Big Bang didn’t need God to start universe, researchers say, June 24, 2012, Space.com.
“… it’s quite possible and indeed plausible that our entire universe spontaneously popped into existence from nothing … So if space emerged from nothing, it could be that time emerged from nothing. There literally was no before.” (:37-:56)
Theoretical Physicist and Cosmologist Dr. Lawence Krauss, What Was Before the Big Bang?, September 18, 2014, TWiT Netcast Network.
“Self-assembly, Manoharan explained, is when particles interact with one another and spontaneously arrange themselves into organized structures.
This happens in nature. Proteins self-assemble.”
Professor Vinothan Manoharan, Harvard University, A Guide to Self-Assembly, April 17, 2012.