God creating the universe doesn't break a single law of physics.<quoted text>I don't see why not. Besides, something counterintuitive happened.
KJV wrote, "Every law of physics would be broken."
The laws we know didn't exist yet. They were formed as a result of the expansion in a process called symmetry breaking.
KJV wrote, "It just could not have happened that way."
As I told you, it is invalid to look at one option of many, all of which are counterintuitive, call it impossible because it's counterintuitive, and think that that indicates that an even less likely and more counterintuitive solution obtains as a result.
If you want to discuss the impossible, tell me what is less likely to exist than an undesigned, infinitely complex god?
And the old stand by that the laws of physics didn't apply until science wanted them to.
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