The world we live in

According to livescience.com they polled a lot of people and a lot of scientists to find the “Top 10 Greatest Mysteries of Science.”  It’s not surprising that in the top 5 you’ll find:
-Where is the rest of the universe?  only 4% of the matter and energy in the universe has been found.  How could they even know that?
-What drives evolution?  what is evolution?  That sounds made up…
-Who are you?  -I’ve been asking myself that for a long time now…
-How did life arise on earth?  -sounds like the evalootion question or however you say it.

Granted, I’m being ridiculous with my commentary, but really- it sounds like everyone’s looking for a beginning, and an ending and “science” has yet to yield solid results.  Really, we don’t even know how gravity works.  Still!  If we’ve only come this far in decades and generations of modern science and research, it doesn’t sound like we’re going to have the time in our lives to get to the conclusion.  Don’t get me wrong, I love science and nerdy things, but my faith hat hangs on God.  Searching for answers is just too much fun, but honestly, I don’t “believe” in science.
Here’s a nerdy article: here
Just reading this makes me believe a lot of scientists believe in God but just don’t know it.

I’m a dork.  These are my ramblings.