Who made those laws?
Who caused gravity to affect mass?
Who made thermodynamics?
Who made the chemical bonds?
1) A superbeing that wants you to worship him, has the power to prevent demons from tricking you, but refuses to do so.
2) Marge the truck driver.
3) Darkseid, the all-powerful ruler of a dystopian planet.
4) I don't know.
5) Why are you asking 'who' in the first place, rather than 'what'? Why presuppose a sentient intelligence had any involvement?
If you say, "that's just how it is," then you will be sounding like a theist does when we speak of God.
The proper response, of course, is to say "I don't know" and then ask the requisite question of "How do we find the answer, and how will we know if we're right?"
If I wanted to sound like a theist, I would make up an answer
and just assume
I'm right. And anyone who disagrees with me...somethingsomething demons
Science can explain what gravity does but it can not explain why gravity is the way it is. You guys even say that these laws weren't always around until after the Big Bang. So you believe these laws formed on their own for no reason?
I believe these 'laws' are descriptions of the behavior of reality, and that I do not know the explanation for why reality behaves the way it behaves at it's most fundamental level. I believe that pretending to know the answers is disingenuous and anathema to truth seeking.
I believe that you don't give a sh*t
about knowing the truth - I believe that all you care about is having an answer without any consideration for whether the answer is right.
I believe that you are horribly uncomfortable with the notion of not knowing everything, with the very real
possibility that you can't
know everything, and that you've constructed this fantasy of gods and demons to provide explanations for gaps in your knowledge and to satisfy your egotistical need to matter at a cosmic and divine level.