Giving the benefit of the doubt, I am going to go ahead and properly respond this this with science, facts and logic. Let's see where this goes.
think about this: through science we know that we live in a cause and effect universe, in other words our universe is like a domino effect.
Not everything in this universe has a cause. There are random, uncaused and unpredicatable events occurring in the universe all the time, particularly when you observe it at quantum levels (i.e. the very smallest of the small). Atom decay is a fine example a random uncaused event that happens all the time.
Atom decay explains that the nucleus of an atom will randomly, without cause, emit a cluster of particles, losing energy. Because it's entirely random, it's impossible to predict when a particular atom will decay.
Click here for more info on Atom decay: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radioactive_decay
Quantum Mechanics has also developed scientific theories that describe what happens in the empty space inside the smallest particles.
I highly recommend you watch a lecture by Dr. Lawrence Krauss, one of the top Theoretical Physicists in the world, called "A Universe From Nothing". I've put it at the end of my post. It's an hour long but worth every second. Krauss makes it so that it's not boring at all but rather fascinating instead.
Around minute 20:00 he explains that 'nothing' is actually something. Inside the empty space of a proton (the empty space in between the quarks) there are fields of virtual particles popping in and out of existence for extremely short periods of time. As they spontaneously appear, they tend to do so in opposite pairs that cancel each other out almost immediately.
These virtual particles contribute 90% of the mass of the proton. So basically, 90% your body's mass is attributed to the random, uncaused appearance of virtual particles within the empty space between the particles that make up all the atoms in your body!
Your domino effect analogy only applies if you view a very small fraction of the universe. The one we deal with daily. The universe is a lot more than what your intuition tells you. Its properties and behavior at quantum levels are extremely counter-intuitive to us.
now then the universe following the laws of cause and effect in the exact same way a line of dominos does, what outside force caused the "first domino" to fall?
Like I said, uncaused random events occur all the time. No outside forces required.
evolution says it was the big bang
The Big Bang theory deals with an event that occurred approx 13.75 billion years ago that lead to the formation of the universe we know today.
Abiogenesis deals with how life arises from inorganic matter.
The theory of Evolution explains the processes by which diversity and complexity of life (already existing) and how it changes over time.
They are 3 seperate things. From now, please treat them as such.
the big bang says that all energy was brought together into the size of a small dot.
the problem with that is something has to have caused the all the energy to come together into a tight space and then causing it to explode into a universe of today.
No. It doesn't say it was "brought together". It says that all matter and energy in the known universe was once in a very hot very dense state that was microscopically small. This is sometime called the "singularity". The Big Bang is the event where this singularity to began to rapidly expand. It has continued to expand to what it is today, the known universe.
NOTE: There wasn't actually an explosion
as in "BANG!" ... it was was just the beginning of a very rapid expansion.
By saying it was "brought together" you are implying two things:
a) That it was somehow in a state where everything was not all together before
it was all together ... which is false and unjustified.
b) That something cause it to come toegther before the big bang happened... which is false and unjustified.
the only logical answer is that something from outside the laws of cause and effect caused the cause and effect, essentially being an "uncaused causer" or a "god"
How do you jump from an uncaused cause to a causer
or a god? You are assuming that it must be an intelligent agent of some sort and you have absolutely no basis to make that assumption.
Like I said, the universe already has "uncaused causes" happening within it all the time. If you watch that lecture, you'll see that 'nothing' will always lead to 'something'. There is absolutely no need for a "god" of any kind for this universe to exist. Everything has a natural, scientific explanation.
if there is a flaw in my logic please respond as to what it is and why, i will gladly listen and we can properly debate the argument in logical methods
Flaws duly point out