According to the inflationary universe ptheory, our visible universe is only 5% of the entire system. The 95% is observable, but we know nothing about them.
Our version of reality exists only in this fraction of the universe. Within our present reality exists a multitude of other universes, all governed by their own rules of physics.
We thought that because black holes form from the deaths of supermassive stars, it would be made up of 100% normal matter and 0% dark matter. Research shows, however, that which we call black holes are actually pools of dark matter. How will this discovery change the story of the universe?
The only real criticism to cosmological natural selection is that it lacks direct evidence. But why should that be a problem, when science can accept quantum realities, cyclic universes, and the string theory as truths?