A couple of physicists studied the Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) to see if God had left a message for us.
The idea is that God might have used the slight temperature variations of the CMB to encode a binary message for all creation to see.
They didn't find a message and one of the physicists, Michael Hippke, concluded:
I find no meaningful message in the actual bit-stream.
We may conclude that there is no obvious message on the CMB sky. Yet it remains unclear whether there is (was) a Creator, whether we live in a simulation, or whether the message is printed correctly in the previous section, but we fail to understand it.
The scientists are buffoons.
I took one glance at the binary data they used (pictured below) and found the message straight away.
It's as plain a day: 101010, which is binary for 42, which has long been thought to be the answer to Life, The Universe and Everything.
I await my Nobel Prize.