Ok, I'll play. How does physics imply a creator? Why is it necessarily planned instead of just the nature of shit? And if there is evidence, then of what value is faith? And which creator? Vishnu? The upanishads rock, so.
How about moral and metaphysical implications of scientific pursuits - aren't. Just the facts, ma'am.
whatever thing there is in existance is created
the hydrogen (actually few elements before hydrogen are unamed) created
everything down the line to the last element
by a couple of principles
the pressure principle wich leads to the multiplicative principle
the multiplicative principle is easy to understand you can have two humanbeings and turn that into a billion humans. all things can and do eminate from one point, everything that comes after the one point is created
then we ask how did the one point get here well that is the one and only creative force that was ever needed wich is just a dot of light.
the behavior of light spawns everything into existance, not instantaneously but over time because of its physics.
physics is a language, this could be called god or you could just call it a language that started everything and kept everything goinganyways one could start up this creative force that was all that was ever needed somewhere else and start another universe if they want to just by knowledge of this 3d periodic table
that could be very well the reason for being of this milkway galaxy, perhaps many galaxys are "artificially created" by someone that knows the 3d periodic table and how to go from element to element and create that in a "factory' if you will