Natural forces? Indeed.<quoted text>
I could care less what you call God or not. But there is something that "created" everything. There may be a multitude of them.
I left you the linky for the Big Bang which told you what particles were formed and when. Apparently that isn't enough because the cosmology can't yet explain the initial appearance of the singularity itself. Scientists may be able to do that if they can develop a working theory of quantum gravity.Dude, the simplest element, you don't have an answer to it. LOL! You are the daft one.
If I have no clue then you're so much further behind than that even that no-one can see you. Of the two of us only one has provided any answers at all. The other has been saying science doesn't know everything yet so maybe God(s) didit.You can't even tell where natural processes come from and why they occur. You have no clue!
Contradicting what? Zip, that's what. Your baseless rhetoric is so vague it doesn't come close to disguising the fact that you don't have any valid criticisms to lay upon science as you don't even know enough of the basics to even start. The hypothesis of abiogenesis is not dependent upon the Big Bang. The theory of evolution is not dependent upon abiogenesis. The theory of gravity is not dependent upon the origin of mass. Come back to us the moment you come up with any scientific alternatives that provide a better explanation.Abiogenesis don't have an answer, all they have are contradicting theories. Nada...
But I guarantee you you won't do so in your lifetime.