there is nothing fundamentally wrong with assuming that the big bang popped up in different places, but it then leads to the question of what that would resolve? basic physical law says that if something is moving, like our universe for example, it had to initially start moving and it had to initially start somewhere. so, that rises the question of what that beginning actually is… it seems that people have a hard time believing in the big bang, or some sort of actual start of the universe because we do not yet know exactly how it started but i strongly feel that it was due to energy fluctuations in a perfectly symmetrical energy field. current theories floating around now suggest that universes pop in and out of existence all of the time, essentially an infinite number of universes. science does not claim to know the whole truth about the origins, and we accept the fact that we don’t understand everything fully, and thats where we differ from the religious viewpoints….the unknown is what keeps us going, keeps us asking questions while the unknown for a religious person is scary and therefore brings a god into the equation to fill the gap.
source: three years of physics and math research