In science one has hypothesis. If you explain those hypothesis it is always by others. There is always, and always will be things science cant explain by the very nature of science. So seeking ultimate answers in science is a chimera. Some find consolation in religion because of that - and I have no issue with it - two very good friends of my youth became Jesuit priests and I am only too well aware of their heart felt personal relation with God.Thanks for the reply. I am not offended, but what I am saying is that if there is something science can not explain, then why try to explain it with science. If there is both theology, and science in the world, then why just go off science and not consider theology?
If you want to consider theology - be my guest - but here we discuss science so another forum would be more appropriate.
Still, since you are interested in such things you may wish to become acquainted with the deepest revelation of modern physics, and incorporate it in your world view:
Its why I personally believe in the God of Spinoza.