If this isn't "gotcha", then why did you move the goalposts? I answered the previous question and a new one gets introduced. NOBODY claimed an "infinite amount of evidence" concerning your new question, fool. Nobody. Stop putting words in other people's mouths. Try reading. And tell me how many times more 1 is than 0.<quoted text>
This isn't "gotcha". I want to know what you all think since you think we are morons for believing God had a hand in it.
Why you all are dancing around answering this truly amazes me. Since you throw God out of the picture, I thought you all would have a good solid answer for this since you have claimed there was an infinite amount of evidence for it all.
Instead I have been railed for even asking the question, ridiculed for the way I asked the question, and now have been told to go "blank" off. Really?
To answer your new question, or at least the point I think you are trying to play "gotcha" with, I do not have any real opinion of the events that occurred prior to the point in time that the entire universe consisted of a quark-gluon plasma. The underlying principals are not sufficiently well understood for me to form a real opinion concerning that (though I can see where many theories make sense). Other than the fact that baryogenesis had to occur and that if the universe was expanding as we expect it would necessitating multiple force interaction epochs, again, I do not have a firm opinion on how or the specifics of what occurred during this time period (first 10e-20 sec or so).
From that point forward, it is comparatively quite well understood and, as I stated, I agree with the scientific consensus here. I expect that as experiments continue we will gain a better understanding of force and particle interactions at these energies and be able to determine what happened during those earlier time frames with better confidence. This is very much an ongoing thing, and we have learned a staggering amount in the past decade. Particle accelerators are awesome.
Now, to answer your criticism "Since you throw God out of the picture, I thought you all would have a good solid answer for this"... NO. That's just scummy. The lack of an answer doesn't mean you insert God. The lack of an answer means you DO SCIENCE. You figure it out. You don't slap the God band-aid on your lack of knowledge.
And it's not that we "throw God out of the picture". That's broken/stupid Christian logic where you have faith in something therefore it must be valid for others. It's that there is absolutely ZERO reason to insert God into the picture in the first place. He's not there. Until evidence is present that points to the necessity of an all powerful God mucking about in our physics, he will remain not there.
There are many gaps in my knowledge. There is absolutely no reason to think that God occupies any of them. Just as there is no reason to think that 965.473 quadrillion ultra high density pink space unicorns coalesced into singularities all over the universe, and that's why we have black holes.