Well the first slide was good: Nothing can only create nothing and by the Law of Conservation of Mass-Energy we know there was always a something.
The second and third slides are good... First Law yadda, yadda, yadda, whoa!....
Why in the second and third slides does the creator of this video say the universe is eternal but then in the fourth slide he/she changes to, "science has proven that the universe didn't always exist." You can't claim in one slide the universe is eternal and then in the next slide claim the universe not eternal.
Then in slide five the creator makes the comment of, "This energy source that was present BEFORE the universe...."... wait, I thought we had established that the universe was eternal? If the universe is eternal there was no 'before' and there will be no 'after.'
And if there was an energy source present "before" the universe or outside the universe, where did that energy source come from?
And I like how the author in one slide puts in parentheses, "because we know the universe didn't always exist) when in previous slides he/she claimed the universe has always existed.
Then the author makes the jump that "this enormous energy was the creator God." Boldly claiming that this creator must be the deity he/she believes in (which is obviously the Christian god)
Then we go on to complexity, order, and design in the universe must mean there is a designer. Which of course the author claims that because there is design, there must be a designer, and of course that designer HAS TO BE the Christian god.
And then of course the creator finishes with, "If you can't agree with this logic then you're stubborn, unreasonable, and don't want to believe in the possible existence of a God (capitalized when he/she is not referring to a specific deity)