Now we all have heard how the universe is composed of matter and space. And we always here of how it had a beginning. But really what could have begun it? I'm so over just doing what most scientist do, that is blaming it on dust and gravity. If you insist these two inanimate forces accounted for the universe and the eventual forming of the earth itself, then what caused them to form and hover? Chemists have been searching for the true cause of the universe and some have agreed that the cause it out of the natural realm. Heck, they have also said that the universe looks designed to a large extent.
The universe's nature is so sequential in making life and any small change in any of these clearly set patterns would destroy life easily. Is the presence of the universe just a matter of a fluke, physical urgency, or even observational phenomena? Is it all really by a freak accident where if just one little thing was different then nothing would exist? All the answers that frequent the minds of scientists and the like strongly fails to give a precise explanation. But if there was a divine being or entity such as God who had a plan and direction, the universe and the earth wouldn't be as perplexing as it is.