If you want to claim God exists as a physical person and has always been here even before the creation of our Universe, he has to be the Universe and all of us for it to exist since those fundamental laws of physics cannot be broken.
Amen, brother. "Thou art god."
The Source is not created and thus the principles of His essence can not be explained through physics and its laws ... uncreated "matter" - that being the Source which is God whose essence can not be confined to science.
You can't just assert junk like this and expect to be believed on this board. We actually THINK here. You're going to have to offer some evidence.
I marvel of what man has invented and we get to enjoy these inventions, buildings, bridges, highways, TV's computers, radio, etc, etc, etc. All this came about by sheer chance? Yes, I pity those who don't believe in a CREATOR.
No rational thinker asserts that it came about "by sheer chance." You are arguing against a point that nobody is making, like a lame JW demonstration at the service meeting.
People who don't believe in a CREATOR don't "believe in" ANYthing. They examine the available evidence, test it whenever possible, and proceed as if the most likely conclusions are the correct ones. There is no evidence of an external creator who is a separate being from the rest of the universe. There is no way, therefore, to test any assertion that he exists. Since there are FAR MORE LIKELY origins for the universe we live in than an invisible omnipotent intelligent entity, those far more likely hypotheses are accepted and the god hypothesis is rejected.
The only sort of "god" that could even be found by science would be a pantheistic or panentheistic god that exists in all things. Any other god is literally supernatural, beyond nature, and is therefore completely irrelevant to our lives, which is why I think theism and deism are both major intellectual cop-outs. A pantheistic god hasn't been found either, though I'm not sure how hard anyone has looked. I have to admit that I find that construct to be a useful and practical mythology to structure a worldview around, unlike theism.