I probably know more about the science fiction than you do, the Big Bang, the M Theory (string theory on steroids), matter blinking in and out of existence for no reason, multiverses...<quoted text>
Science has plenty of explanations for it, most are too esoteric for outlining here. If you're truly interested in educating yourself in physics, astronomy & cosmology, there are plenty of sources you can investigate. I would suggest some background in biology and geology, as well.
the fact that no one can explain what existed prior to the big bang, why the laws of science break down when you discuss the singularity that existed prior to the big bang... the Big Bang is great... all of the matter in the universe, all of the stars, planets, you, me... everything was squeezed into an area the size of an atom... oh, and that matter that remains in the Universe is only a small fraction... miniscuse actually, compared to what was there originally since most matter was destroyed by an almost equal amount of anti-matter... but for some unexplained reason there was just a small bit more positive matter than anti-matter and that is what makes up the Universe today.
it is funny how people who complain that you can't "prove" the existence of God are so willing to accept that some physicist has imagined a great science fiction story to explain our existence that CANNOT ever be tested... so it also can never be proven. So, you have as much faith in science that can never be proven as I do in God.
The funny thing is that that science can never explain where emotions or the human mind came from. How you go from non-living matter to the human mind is amazing... it just happened huh?
Great, sorry, I need more than to bow down at the altar of science, the new religion.
Oh, and by the way, I never put down atheism, just some atheists. IF you want to believe in nothingness, more power to you.