Richard Dawkins calls Lawrence Krauss “the Woody Allen of cosmology.”
Here’s a video of Krauss talking about how the Universe emerged out of nothing, and how abundant nothing really is.
This video is long (over and hour) and challenging, especially if you are attached to a traditional religious viewpoint. I watched it because I was curious to know why over a million people (1,080,352 to be exact) would watch one YouTube video. I’m glad I did, because I was totally entranced by the portions of it I actually understood.