Indeed. But by the same token we could all be trapped in the Matrix. Both claims are just as valid.<quoted text>It's rather pointless to attempt to scientifically explain a God or to explain why a God wouldn't be bound to the same laws and rules we are. If a God did create everything, he also created the constraints that we humans need to abide by and interpret in order to understand our surroundings. As a glass blower creates his work, he is not constrained to creating a cup to drink from or a vase to put flowers in or even a globe for a lamp. He is free to create all that he wants. But once his work is created and he sells it to us, we are somewhat constrained to what we can use it for. Sure we can use a glass cup as a vase or maybe even invert it to cover a light bulb, but we understand it to be completely different then the use.
Except "God" is not a fact. It so far doesn't even rise to the level of testable hypothesis.You do not need the existence of a multiverse or even understand that on a quantum level, physics behave a lot differently then we observe outside that realm. The meager fact that a creator is in control of its creation is sufficient. But we also know that God made man masters of their domain (earth and life on it) so it would also make sense that God made a way for Man to understand and utilize that domain.
Or it is possible that no such being exists.Einsteins equations, evolution, all that and more could simply be a creation in order to allow the creation to understand and utilize it's world around it. So science could be a created discipline with roots directly to God itself creating or enabling it for the sole purpose of understanding and stewarding our world around us.