Sorry if I seem to be redundant about this or if my exposition is not clear enough.
May you help me clarify about what to rationally expect for the 'final explanation' that science could give us when its job is considered done?
I mean, an extrapolation of science's road for the future to come can makes us think that this final answer will be something like this 'outline':
brules(1) = Universe
meaning that the whole complex Universe we see is the logical result of applying some basic-rules ('brules') to some very simple 'stuff' (expressed by the '1')
That idea seems problematic for science because there seems to be no way to 'explain' the 'basic-rules' and the '1', from this general point of view.
The other alternative 'outline' seems worst:
brules(0) = Universe or 0 = Universe
where '0' would express the 'absolute nothing'.
Both alternatives for the 'final explanation' seems to suggest the need of the 'unknown' or 'indefinite' as religious people claim.
FYI I am not religious inclined person.
Please help clarify this subject.