Actually they are both. But my point was that a scientist of old (Pascal) trembled before the God who made the "infinite spaces" and found them terrible apart from God. For Pascal there was no contemplation of the creation apart from contemplation of the One who created.
THIS is what seems missing from so much science today: not an "it", but a "He".
The Creator isn't a scientific topic, strictly speaking, as He can't be observed or tested. Pascal would have been combining science and theology, which is okay at a personal level, but it's not the way science is done.