An Alka-Seltzer bubble in a glass of water has the same perspective of how the universe works as we do. It would also design its universe around its self as you do.<quoted text>
It's how we survived in the very limited environment of human-scale activities. Our intuitions work reasonably well in that context (although we tend to see more faces than are actually there---again for survival reasons). But those intuitions fail miserably on larger or smaller scales. So, yes, they *do* have to get trained out of you and *should* be trained out of yuou if you want to learn how the larger universe works.
Man can not live as the man we know anyplace else than here. Going to the stars and colonizing the universe is in the realm of religion.
Your QM and lovely theories are effects of a larger creative process. Even though scientists have established atomic particles were created by something like the BB, there of those of them that idolize those atoms and think they created the universe. They got things turned around.
Your theoretical physics and cosmology are in error. They may lead to new technologies, but s always, that is usually a result of experimentation and intuition until something works. If your atomic theories were right, then you have blueprints for how to apply forces of the universe to make anything you want. Sheer design. But you can't even come close.