Can you define the notion of god and scientific principles you are referring too.
I could define a notion of god in three ways:
1. God is a computer, therefore, likely not conscious, unless you are open to an AI interpretation.
2. God is a connection to everything that is and everything that will be, who has no consideration for what intelligent beings like us are doing (Spinozian, as founded through Einstein in his own remarks).
3. God could be the definition of ''evil'' and ''good'' fighting itself through the great nature we see around us.
But to define god outside the philosophical practices, with science can be quite spurious, but there does exist in nature, over 120 fine tuning constants that if had been any different, the reality we see around us, would no longer exist. Scientists resorted very early on with untestable theories (ie. parallel universes) in order to explain how this apparent ''fluke'' of nature is not so much a fluke. Instead they should be looking at the values and just sticking with what they know, and that is, reality is not a fluke and as Susskind eloquently put, ''we are open to the idea of god being the answer, though unlikely.''
But this is in the eye of the beholder and how you translate the physics at hand.