Sort of like some scientists believe that life might have been "seeded" on Earth and that's the explanation of how life began. Aliens are not too farfetched to believe in but God apparently is, and they will hold onto their nutty theories until they come up with better theories that also exclude God and then parrot them on the discovery channel and other places with a straight face. This is today's science establishment--trekkies with too much time on their hands.
Certainly scientists are permitted to hold to their own outlandish speculations of how something or another happened, since scientists are people, too. But not everything a scientist says can truly be called science. (Just curious... Does your anti-science vitriol indicate that your faith is so weak that you have to resort to such base ad hominem
to destroy the work of the scientific community and thereby make your faith look sound in the process? I don't know about you, but I think a faith that weak not worth professing.)
Personally, I find the idea that our universe may have been created by the explosion of a white hole pure speculation and not even worthy of the title "theory"--maybe a hypothesis worthy of testing, but certainly not a theory, since true scientific theory must have passed the scrutiny of extensive testing and peer review and been found somewhat reliable before it can be classed a theory--but such speculation is often the seed for testable hypotheses. I'm actually interested to see if our scientists can find a way to test their hypotheses of what actually happens inside a black hole, especially considering the overwhelming obstacles (i.e., the fact that not even light can escape the intense gravitational pull of a black hole once locked inside).