His quote is that he should have been a watchmaker (in response to his concerns over the use of atomic weapons/power) ...
The watchmaker thing isn't einstein's bag. That's the deists (and others).
Did you read my response on the previous page?
Certainly many people believe that the physical constants hint at god, but there are a large number of other, non-god things they can also hint at. They certainly do not show a god is necessary, or serve as proof of one.
are these laws not all powerful laws and since these laws hold are universe togther in a logical format
We do not know that they are all powerful - and there may be many instances where they break down dramatically. We should also be careful to not assume that the laws of physics hold/control the universe - all we know is that they describe the universe as we are able to observe it. A being that can perceive more than 3 or 4 dimensions at once, might find our understanding as laughable as a water strider's is to ours - a creature who only perceives the world in terms of forward, back, left and right - without knowing there is an up, or down.
There seems to be some evidence that the laws and constants have not held consistently over the lifetime of the universe. There are also other theories such a M theory that provide a universe like ours without the need for a god or supreme being. Even without using M theory and just using quantum theory what we see is just a potential outcome of the big bang, it is simply the most or one of the most likely outcomes.
Our concepts of evidence, appear to be quite different standards.
I agree, this is not something we will resolve here - I'm just presenting information and challenging that something you call a "hint" at a god, really counts as evidence for one.
I'm not saying you cannot use these to bolster your faith and help provide rationale for you to believe - go for it. But recognize that they are not evidence, and are not compelling when approached logically, or provided as arguments for a deity. They are more akin to a "hey, wouldn't it be cool if..." statement - not an argument.
(side note - logic itself is not a god, nor does the existence of logic act as evidence of one)
I agree with Liam. I would also like to state that your continued abuse of the English language deeply hurts me in ways personal, emotional, and ethical.
Justin, I know you have an honest medical concern that affects your ability to spell but is it possible to run your posts through a spell checker (maybe type them on word or something, and then cut & paste them into AOM) first. I often find it difficult to understand your posts due to the spelling errors.