Hi everyone, This is my first post on PF, so bear with me if I mess up the format of my first post. I have a question that's been racking my mind for a while. The Big Bang theory says that GR leads back to a Singularity of infinte amount of energy sqeezed into a zero-dimensional dot. Let's assume for a while that our assumptions of the singularity were true and that things went like that with the beginning of the Universe. So my question is: How would it be possible for energy to construct a universe that could harbour life if there were no physical laws, physical constants and fundamental forces to govern that energy during the creation of the universe and its existence for close to 15 billion years? If ALL the laws of physics plus the constants - speed of light c, P=3.141529..., etc were there within the singularity together with all the energy in a bundle, what explanation would a secular atheistic scientist give for this? Aren't all the laws of physics that we've discovered and the thousands that we have not yet that govern the universe, plus the constants, a kind of a DNA, a blueprint of the singularity that directed the unfolding and existence of the universe? Does anyone believe the singularity was not governed by any laws? Is it possible at all for anything, including energy, to exist without being governed by physical laws? If it was governed by a different set of laws than the ones that "took over" shortly after the Big Bing(our current laws of physics), there would have to be transitional laws, right? I don't subscribe to any religion, IMO they are all wrong. I am more inclined to accept the "religion" of Einstein or Stephen Hawking of a "God"(more like a creator/s/) that wants to remain anonymous. What is your take on the above questions. Are they answerable?