I do deny your impossible reality. In my Scientific reality (Go Team Science!):
#1 Creation of matter and energy is impossible. (So a "God" is needed to explain why we see matter.) #2 Everything degrades down. Nothing evolves up to more a more complex system. (Evolution "up" is impossible) #3 The Cosmos is headed to death, not life. (Again, Evolution as a source of life is contrary to Science. Evolution as a way to cope with decay and death is valid. Life DOES change to cope with a decay in the environment. But no NEW information is created or added.)
Are you conceding the point that god is needed to explain why we see matter?
See, we do agree, since that was my original point.
Science says no matter or energy can be created or destroyed. So there is no "natural" laws to allow for matter to exist. So there must have been a Creator that is outside of these laws. That would be the same Person who "wrote" the laws. Unless there is a Number of beings or persons on the task. Which Jesus did refer to.
Even the Big-Bang Theory admits that all known laws do not apply to the time of Creation. They can't. Says Science.
Actually, energy is created all the time. So is matter. The sun creates heaps of energy, for instance.
First Law of Thermodynamics
The first law of thermodynamics is often called the Law of Conservation of Energy. This law suggests that energy can be transferred from one system to another in many forms. Also, it can not be created or destroyed.
In the context of chemical reactions and process, it may be more common to deal with situations where work is done on the system rather than by it.