So now I'm a knuckle dragger eh? Lol!<quoted text>Because you can't understand something doesn't mean that it "must" be "god". Humans seen to jump to this conclusion a lot. I see no difference with your example from that of a caveman seeing lighting hit a tree (which suddenly catches on fire) and thinking - "god" must be angry and did it. There are logical reasons for everything. Whether we as humans have the perspective to understand them or not doesn't mean that some mystical "god" is the answer.
I understand that for you everything has to have a scientific meaning, an explanation. And that without it anything else must be invalid. So when there is no scientific answer to something how do you wrap your head around it? For me its easy. I believe that What we see in Physics and science are just a very small portion of God's power. A miracle does not have to be scientifically unexplainable. Though he can at times use scientifically unexplainable miracles to show his power.
Science can tell us a lot about how life might have come to be, but it cannot tell us why. If you want to look for unexplained phenomena, you need to consider the why questions, not just the what and how. Ultimately, it comes down to faith. What do you choose to believe, in the absence of proof?