Can we imagine any tool or machine like a car or a plane or a cell phone or a television or even a pen without a maker made it or an inventor invented it?
Yess Hass. The first q is always, "Why is there anything at all," answered by the observation that maybe there's something contradictory or paradoxical about the idea of nothingness. In other words, there just
to be matter, energy, etc, in one form or another
The second, "Why are things the way they are," a possible approach being, because that's the way they have to be, they can't be any other way. There is in fact some evidence suggesting the physical constants are interdependent, that you can't change one without upsetting others
As to the idea of "invention," the process of evolution that eventually changes that monolithic "black" speck of zero diameter into a Universe of atoms and radiation as well as the subsequent appearance of the humanoid, is all a natural process of evolution
...all this just to coincidence?
Well Hass, yess and no. The usdual repartee is somethinbg like "Anything that can
….evidence that there is a creator….
The usu idea of a "Creator" is based on limited humanoid contact with reality and the insufficiency of our language, restrained as it is by dualistic tendencies. Eventually leaders of Science and Philosophy will speculate together on a principle now only vaguely comprehended, of a quasi-abstract nature, explaining much now seemingly mysterious
It doesn't mean they'll prove there's no God, only that Her existence or non- will prove to be a merely semantic issue