Yea mathematics isn't the end all, but I do agree it is the language of the cosmos.
I don't mean that like the universe created math but it is definitely a "language" that all intelligent beings must have mastered somewhere along the way.
That being said I don't think mathematics can explain everything in the universe. It probably can but it may take some genius to create a new type of math.
I mean when Newton, Leibniz, etc... all created calculus around the same time they should have taken a step back and realized that they now needed to explain the force that caused them all to have epiphanies at nearly the same time.
The problem is that people always try to get rid of a whole theory when something doesn't fit, it just so happens that more often than not there is more than meets the eye.
Parts of religious texts are sometimes eerily accurate about things within this life, but there is also stuff not so... accurate. The whole god complex strikes me as one of the inaccurate things, if prophets really gained this knowledge from a higher power, I would be willing to bet it was probably alien beings/spirits.
If I was an intelligent being a part of a civilization a couple hundred thousand years older than another it wouldn't be very hard to make them think of you as a god. Hell even 500 years ahead would be pretty easy, and wouldn't that be awesome to have A WHOLE INTELLIGENT CIVILIZATION pray to you like their lord.
God is a force, not an omnipotent, omniscient being that looks EXACTLY like a Homo Sapien. Thats just the egocentric mind at work...
The theory of relativity can explain a lot of things but particle mass doesn't approach infinity as it reaches the speed of light. We have already got particles to 99% the speed of light and I remember people were against colliders because they would create black holes.
But that doesn't mean we have to reject the theory we just have to realize that it may only be a part instead of a whole.
Basically explaining the universe is like putting together a big ass jigsaw puzzle. Not one of those 1,000 piece ones but a puzzle with BILLIONS of pieces.
All Einstein did was finish one of the corners when everyone thought he finished the puzzle. He also may have forced a few pieces to fit with the rest of his "finished" corner.
As for the theory we are actually talking about... (sorry for getting sidetracked, and I don't even have any weed:() We already know that quasars around supermassive black holes spew out energy in vertical beams. I view this as a galaxy's way of recycling, because new stars are created out of these quasar beams.
BUT MAYBE (probably not), black holes pull in light reflecting matter and put out dark matter. So at the end it is total darkness with shadow demon space eels slithering through the universe eatin up the straggler aliens who refuse to accept their demise. Then when the last star puffs out it sparks the dark matter, igniting it like a puddle of gasoline and BAM, THE BIG BANG:D