cowpar2, you and your fellow creationists are correct when you share that science doesn't have all of the answers. That's been pretty true of science since its inception into civilization. You even make a point of acknowledging that science admits
to not having all of the answers. And that's great, because it means you're half-way to understanding why science trumps religion. Ready? I'm about to blow your mind.
If you woke up tomorrow and found a crisp, clean one-hundred dollar bill on your nightstand, what would you do? You didn't leave it there. It's not yours from the day before. So how would you explain its presence? I assume that you're intelligent enough to start with the most likely explanation: ask someone who shares your residence if they set it there. If you lived alone, you might check to see if anyone came into your home during the night. You may check your windows and patio doors. You may even thoroughly search closet and attic space to see if the intruder was still in your home. You would exhaust all of these possibilities before conceding that the $100 bill materialized out of no where.
You would behave like a scientist.
And then you'd have two choices. You'd either say, "It came from no where, hallelujah," and carry on your way, or you'd say, "How could it come from nowhere? I've got to find out."
That's how the origin of the universe works. We ALL agree that it came from nowhere. (Either God created it from nothing, or it exploded from nothing on its own.) The difference is that you're happy with an explanation that was fabricated thousands of years ago by men who had never once in their entire life stepped foot into a laboratory, applied the scientific method, and answered a troubling question. You are happy to fill gaps with fairy tales.
One day, you'll see the error there, and you'll feel pretty stupid. I eventually saw the error, and now I'm more intelligent than I've ever been, because I actively seek the truth about the universe. And let me tell you, the truth that we know is much more majestic than the lies in the Bible.
EDIT: Also, I should add that a lot of the points the guy in your video makes are based on the (correct) assumption that the audience is ignorant. In fact, all of the points rely on this. For example, why do Venus and Uranus spin backward? For the same reason that Uranus is tipped on its side: impacts with planetoids (dwarf planets). In fact, if we were able to watch long enough, we'd eventually see the next planet form (Ceres) in the Asteroid Belt. And we'd get to watch it obtain its final orbit and rotation. But we've only been watching the skies for a very, very small amount of time. That's why it's hard to see stars form, because they don't form as quickly as they explode. But they are forming. Dozens upon dozens at a time in billions upon billions of nebulae. In fact, you can see several from your backyard using a $30 telescope from the shelves of Toys R Us. But you have to take a moment and empower yourself to see the truth about the imaginary gods, or you'll never be free to live a happy and productive life.
will give you a nice view of some stars forming.