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As undeniably interesting, and impressively computed and calculated as all these theories are - they are still just theories.
It is a never ending quest to seek ultimately unattainable answers.
Just like religion, science also uses arbitrarily delineated points in an attempt to provide an explanation that aims to comfort, or satisfy mankinds thirst for knowledge.
It's (subjectively) easy to draw a line, mark one point as the start, the other as the finish and then fill in the middle with explanations based on mathematics, speculation, sheer fancy or a mixture of all.
However, if those arbitrarily selected points are wrong to begin with, then all the complicated formulas or smoothly delivered sermons, no matter how well calculated, or how reasonable sounding they seem, will make what is invariably wrong, right.
As intertwined as religion and science are (much more than some care to acknowledge), the divergence of the two is that the latter is generally more willing to accept that it's theories are wrong and continually seek to adapt and adjust to new facts.
Either way, it's a fun and interesting ride seeking answers. But just like the bible, don't take scientific theories as gospel