Here is another moronic story about physics. This one, however, has a clever "red herring" twist.
Our universe could have popped into existence 13.7 billion years ago without any divine help whatsoever, researchers say.The keyword here is "instincts." They make it sound like anybody who is not a physicist is looking at the world from some kind of primal feeling perspective. The idea of the Universe suddenly popping into existence 13.7 billion years ago actually runs counter to our intelligence.
That may run counter to our instincts, which recoil at the thought of something coming from nothing. But we shouldn't necessarily trust our instincts, for they were honed to help us survive on the African savannah 150,000 years ago, not understand the inner workings of the universe.
Instead, scientists say, we should trust the laws of physics.
The same physicists who believe in the Big Bang theory are also the same physicists who religiously promote the idea that matter can not be either created or destroyed. These are the same physicists who believe the Universe is accurately explained by both Relativity theories and Quantum Mechanics; theories that make opposite predictions.
With a proper physics paradigm (and not the Standard Model paradigm) we can see that matter is constantly being created and destroyed, which is why the Universe is expanding in some places and contracting in others. As such, there is about 13.7 billion years worth of matter, or in other words, it takes about 13.7 billion years on average for created matter to migrate to the center of a galaxy and disappear. This would mean the Universe is eternal; always being both created and destroyed.
On the issue of God, God does show up in the physics. All the fundamental forces of nature (electric, magnetic, and gravitational) reduce to a common factor, which is the Gforce. The Gforce appears to be an all pervading, all encompassing, reciprocal force that drives the entire Universe. It is the Will that perpetually keeps the Universe in its dynamic state. Call it "God," or not, it does exist and it is part of the science of physics.