What if both science and religion are wrong?
What if it just happens that we live in a small (observable) part of the universe where scientific laws seem to be (partially) symmetric and mathematically describable, and where life turned out to need some strange beliefs (either in gods or in testability) for… no particular reason.
Maybe the universe is instead simply large and fully random: and that here is special just because we couldn’t exist in too many other places.
Then there would be no need for any creator, no need for any rules to govern anything (nor everything.)
Isn’t this the most simple explanation? For anything (and everything)?…
The most simple… hypothesis (as science likes)? The most simple… belief (as religious people like)?