Your conclusion does not flow from your premis, though. That fundamental connection from "beginning" to "creator" is imagined, but more importantly, has no record of measurement in any capacity on this plant. If you have something more than a thought experiment, then please, share, by all means.
Vast complexities are a function of large numbers. The universe is big. Real big.
Let me ask you this, how likely would the human race would find itself observing the universe from an unstable solar system? We find ourselves on a stable system because it is the stable system that allows the kind of time for us to develop, not the other way around. Since the explanation of "this is incidental to our existence" is *far* les exotic than creation, it's also far more likely.
Vast complexities are a function of large numbers. The biosphere is big. Real big.
The existence of religion thought the ages is completely *irrelevant* because they've all materialized from the human condition, not scientific research. Besides, what exactly is "religious thought", and how would it apply? From my readings, a lot of that thought was drug induced. Are you suggesting that we start taking shrooms before we do science? Might be fun...