After reading the conclusion on this article, I get to wondering if we're spending inordinate amounts of time and money trying to reach an explanation of the universe. It's almost as if we're trying to climb the the heights of God. I'm not saying we shouldn't try to understand nature and the science of things, but I have to wonder when we reach that point where some think they can explain away God.
All in all, I believe that we will never fully understand the universe. There will always be some particle, some blob of energy who's function or even existence will never be fully explained. We will inevitably reach a point where there is no physical way of proving its function or existence, and then what are you left with: something you have to believe, merely on faith.
And at that point what separates Religion from Science? Nothing really.