Its beyond blatant and obvious that God, at least in the idea we perceive, is false.
Do you understand that idea of God that you perceive is predicated on a materialist worldview that construes everything in terms of physicality and ignores spirituality, i.e. inner experience?
For you to reject God as some kind of embodied being lurking somewhere in the universe is reasonable, but when you reflect on the fact that we have conscious awareness of everything from our sensory perceptions to our thoughts and emotions to complex awareness of all sorts of patterns; doesn't that make you realize that there is more to the universe than the material stuff we can see and touch?
When you look at a brain, would you have any clue that it supports conscious awareness of complex thought patterns, memories, emotions, etc. if you didn't know that there was one inside your head where you experience your thoughts, vision, hearing, and taste, smell, and speech?
How can you assume that there aren't other configurations of matter-energy throughout the universe, including the universe as a whole, which are experiencing conscious perception of who-knows-what? Our biological apparatus is capable of complex thought, emotions, and certain sensory perceptions; but how can we even begin to imagine what other forms of conscious perception, thinking, knowing, communication, etc. are possible beyond the level of existence we are aware of?
We imagine water-based biological life between the freezing and evaporation points of water as the only possible life that can exist anywhere. What about hotter/faster energy patterns within giant nebulas and within stars, for example? Entire civilizations could be emerging, evolving, and collapsing every second in every micro-flare on the sun and we would never know it because those life forms would have absolutely no reason to think intelligent life is possible in cold water-based environments that move as slowly as ours on Earth. Even on Mars we are unable to imagine that the seemingly primitive methane-belching 'growth' inside that planet could be either in itself sophisticated or part of a long-term planetary development path that will lead to intelligent consciousness in trillions of years from now.
Until you can really grasp the immense breadth of an entire universe of possibilities, how can you make assumptions about the total nature of the universe . . . except through faith . . . which you seem to have in God's nonexistence?