In the end, you are the one that claims something is monolithic and eternal, namely our universe. You are the one left with the problem of solving the mystery. I am willing to believe a mere single…
Gust van de Wal
No, I make no such claim. The fundamental building block of our universe, whatever it is, is monolithic. It may have come from some other physics, or it may have been eternal, but that's unimportant - everything else comes from that fundamental bit.
I am not "left with the problem of solving the mystery". I simply know that it will be logical and not involve gods.
If there are rules “up there” for your creator, it is not a god. It is a product of those rules and is constrained by them, whatever they are.
No, you are not correct that "Quantum mechanics is very, very much magic" according to my reasoning. It is only something we poorly understand now.
I am not projecting "all of our rules on Gods’ worlds". I only said that any creator you posit would be bound by the rules of its universe and is therefore would be no god.
By the way, I mute and block all theists who add comments. I am uninterested in their foolish noise.