"Astronomy leads us to a unique event, a universe which was created out
of nothing, one with the very delicate balance needed to provide exactly
the conditions required to permit life, and one which has an underlying
(one might say 'supernatural') plan. "
Nobel laureate Arno Penzias
When we look at the Universe and its vastness, then life on our earth, how can one not be amazed at all we see? How can one think that all that would be needed, could just happen? Even if so, what put it all into motion, and where did THOSE things come into being? We don't see things like that just happening in science. Ruling things out in advance, is actually bad science. Inserting wanted, and held beliefs and worldviews, and making the science "behave" as it were, doesn't work. That some are not wanting to even entertain the kind of intelligent being needed to make something even begin to happen (since we know there was a beginning...) is something that is true of many people, but the putting up of intellectual smokescreens is more desirable. The truth, I think is better for all mankind in the long run anyway, even if it seems undesirable at the moment. It can be the beginning of a lifelong, amazing search to really discover our roots. No need to be afraid...