What I intended to imply was that the origin of universe is just as easily explained as the result of a random event, action or chaos, as the possibility that it was planned by a divine planner of some sort, or indeed by the unlikely planned behaviour of otherwise chaotic events. I am, as I have often stated, not a scientist, but I see no more reason for believing the whole greater universe of which our world is a tiny portion, was 'made' to a plan rather than that it appeared as a result of blind chance.

Are not scientists among the most sceptical of we humans? They constantly test their hypotheses and are usually eager to research for the foundation of beliefs and conclusions, something not always so in the case of people with a religious background.