No. That's according to you.Therefore, according to science, a supernatural force was necessary to act upon the body of matter and energy causing the big bang.
That's not a maxim of logic. That's a philosophical position from Parmenides, one contradicted by quantum physics:Now, if we want to look at it logically as well, there is a maxim of logic that dictates "ex nihilo nihil fit" which means out of nothing, nothing comes.
"Something from nothing is a quantum possibility"
IOW, things do simply pop into existence from nothing. Sorry, but your science is as weak as your logic.IOW, things don't simply pop into existence from nothing, rather they are brought into existence by something.
If you don't mind, I think that I'll throw your "logic and reasoning out the window," and go with the scientists and real logicians, OK? They don't have an agenda other than to discover how the world works.So, unless one throws logic and reasoning out the window as most atheists errantly claim theists do, he will come to the inescapable conclusion that a supernatural force or being exists.