Interesting videos. I completely disagree with your view point but I respect your right to express it. Now, what troubles me is that you talk about the delusional bubble which religious people supposedly live within yet you dont realize that youre doing the exact same thing with your faith in science. Science is not the end all and be all of knowledge just because someone can offer up their version of proof and their understanding of it doesnt always mean that they are 100% correct.
People used to believe that you could determine a persons predisposition by the size of their skull or the bumps on it There is also the glaring arrogance that human beings are capable of full understanding of the universe if they simply apply scientific thought to any of their situations. We know that there are many other species with superior sense ability to humans so we know that what we can sense is limited. So would it not be logical to conclude that there may exist things that are beyond our understanding due to our limited scope of senses? I have never touched, smelled, or tasted an atom, yet science has given sufficient evidence that they do exist. So simply to dismiss the existence of something simply because I can not sense within my limited scope seems irresponsible.
Im not saying that everything that we can not explain should be attributed to an act of a higher power but I do believe that there is room for the possibility, What I find amusing is that most people who believe that science is the end all and be all of what exists also believe in Aliens. When by their own admission there is no scientific evidence ever given to support such a belief. They simply look up at the infinite possibility of the Universe and say Why not?.
Thus, the same logic should be applied to people who chose and it is a choice, to believe in a higher power. Why not? I dont think people have to choose either science or religion. Science gives us a basic understanding yet fails to answer the question of origin in any convincing manor, (Ex: Big bang, big crunch, etcOk but what started that?) In closing not arguing that a person should believe 100% of the religious texts, believing 100% of anything you read without questioning is not a good practice, what I am arguing though is that even if a persons rejects all of stories and only accepts the basic 10 commandments from the bible they will be able to function as a relatively decent member of society.
It's just something to think about and if you don't believe in God then that is your choice I won't attack you for it, I'll just disagree and continue wish you well.