There are some things beyond words, I can try to make you understand but...?
Well, how do you go from "we exist" to "our universe must have one truth that is discoverable?"
It's not like I have to make a leap; if we exist then there has to be some truth we exist by, something that defines us. We are trying to find it. Just because we can't pin down any absolute reference points doesn't mean there aren't any. If there aren't any I would think we wouldn't exist at all. We can't define a particle; we can only observe it's behavior and try to define it by that. But they exist, something is giving us the signal that matter gives us, and that something has to have an absolute truth to it which we do not know.
I don't mean to imply that absolute knowledge is discoverable, but anything that exists has to have an absolute explanation.'Not being able to find it' has no bearing on existence.
Because existence cannot be without a complete truth or explanation. It's besides the point that we can't find the definition. You already agreed that existence cannot be "false". I'm sure he didn't mean that this statement excludes a higher power. If I remember right I think he actually did believe in a higher power in one form or another.Why does there have to? Einstein demonstrated that reality was relative to the observer - how do you argue against him?
I don't argue with that.
Again, I didn't claim that the universe is uncaused. I calimed we cannot rule that possibility out.