|Your argument is intriguing, obviously so since I am responding to it.
It had bothered me most of my life that people always seemed to throw up the dividing line between science and God, yet it always seemed an obvious possibility that God created science, or rather made it possible for humans to perform.
Obviously you believe that there is some all-powerful and unexplainable force that we have come to call God(correct me if I am wrong), and though there may not be scientific proof that would satisfy many people, perhaps we were meant to find God through means according to His own design.
I am the type of person that considers all possiblities at every level I dare to conceive. Every scenerio, every facet that just may be the truth, I know it is necessary to explore beyond what we consider to be beyond. Though sometimes I come to the conclusion that such a search is not necessary or even wise, for I have everything I will ever need right now, but still a part of me will remain ever curious. The willingness and ambition of such curiosity is another matter though. Such things I leave to the mercy of fate.
Though absurd, try to look at everything you know and everything you know about through the eyes of God. I know the best one can try is though their imagination past a certain point, but continue anyways. If God created us in his image and everything we know, if God was at one point in our time vengeful and full of wrath, if one of his very own angel's denied Him and makes it a very clear point to mock him, what then do you feel as this God?
I would feel like a player in a much larger game than we could ever imagine as humans, so much so , that perhaps when we are referred to as "children of God", the term is literal. As children, we still have much more to learn before we can even comprehend what is really going on around us.
After all this wonderment, I know that I always try to wrap massive groups of ideas and methods into tiny packages so that I can take them anywhere I may need them, but I have realized that life is constantly moving and there isn't always room for such luggage.
Take life as it comes, I try to tell myself, and don't bitch about the s***ty parts. Maybe when its all over someone will tell us why.