Is Humphrey's Diffusion rates paper. It isn't convincing evidence that the world was created, but it's the most likely to convince people that the earth might younger than scientists would have them believe.
Einstein, born and raised in a precarious time and place, evidenced his belief in his later years;
Einstein publically denied a belief in a personal God in the last year of life or so...falsifying this comment comepletely. "I do not believe in a personal God" - Einstein 1954
Here we are told there are 'vibrations' in the eather which excite the quarks
I think you might be referring to the Higgs field?
Are you suggesting the best evidence of creation is found in a lie about Einstein an appeal to a 17th Century alchemist who did his utmost to wangle out of going to Christian services, and a misunderstanding of quantum theory?