Greetings Luna, this is a common scenario that plays out in everyday life, but there are many fallacies that we are acquiescing to that must be understood.
The fallacy exists when one tries to establish their premise on their own understanding of how things work. If someone explains a phenomenon to their own understanding and applies it to a premise then they assume the logic is sound.
There are many, many cases of logical fallacies, I should encourage you to look into the RZIM Academy or research the subject.
In addition, our own perception, limits our understanding. For example, can a straight stick be both straight and bent at the same time? Yes, just put a stick in a glass full of water and it appears to bend. Our senses deceive us.
Things do not have to be complex, it is only our understanding of them. Here is a simple little scenario:
There is a 2 dimensional world where 2d objects go left and right, back and forward but never up or down. Picture a piece of paper, a plane. Now one day a 3d object, say an apple passes through this sheet of paper. Upon its first touch to the plane, four dots appear on the paper, the bottom most part of the apple. But as the apple keeps passing through the sheet of paper, the dots turn into circles that keep getting bigger until the midpoint of the apple give a circular looking shape that now decrease as the apple keeps passing.
Now the 2d objects can’t comprehend the apple, they discuss it and say that this can’t be or that can’t be, and ultimately they define it for as best they can and they think they are right.
Do you see what I mean? Scientist state that the shortest distance between 2 points is a straight line - but in curved space, the shortest distance between 2 points is a curve (gravity) in a 4 dimensional space time.
Now God even created time, He is outside of it. So, although I have studied and trained in the sciences, I do not have any problems, issues or concerns about God’s omnipotence.
Rather I am all the more amazed at Him!
Peace and Grace