Excerpts from article - "Sean Carroll, a theoretical cosmologist at the California Institute of Technology, says there's good reason to think science will ultimately arrive at a complete understanding of the universe that leaves no grounds for God whatsoever. He thinks the sphere of supernatural influence will eventually shrink to nil."
"But there are other potential grounds for God. Physicists have observed that many of the physical constants that define our universe, from the mass of the electron to the density of dark energy, are eerily perfect for supporting life. Alter one of these constants by a hair, and the universe becomes unrecognizable."
I'm not sure why this bothers me so much, I think I am just not a fan of the pseudo intellectual superiority that seems to come through in articles like this. I'm not anti-science, I personally think it's a wonderful aspect of our lives. What bothers me is how only some science is deemed worthy of explaining our existence. Near death studies, astral projections studies, remote viewing, and the likes? All balderdash, of course!
To me, it seems the more questions Science answers the more questions that come about. Seems pretty arrogant of any scientist(s) to try and claim they'll have all the answers soon.