<nod> Biology is as intricate, patterned, and unlikely (in my opinion) to be an accidental thing as the universe itself. I know more physics than I do biology, but I've done my share of the latter. It's fascinating.
Most creationists would be very annoyed at me for having no trouble believing that the theory of evolution is largely correct. Most atheists (of the militant sort, anyway) would be very annoyed at me for being aware (and pointing out publicly) that evolution has nothing whatsoever to say about either the creation of the universe or the origin of sentience (intelligence + emotional capacity). Neither does physics. This isn't a flaw in either field of study; it's simply a fact. The scientific method and all of the sciences are epistemological, meaning that they are based on observation. There are things we human beings have not observed and cannot, even in theory, observe, and about those things science can say nothing.
The ultimate creation of the Universe is definitely one of those things. I would also put the source of sentience (intelligence + emotional capacity) in that category. And the soul, of course, but no science has any way of identifying that, let alone determining Who made it.