Where a completely untrained observer who does math using visually imagery, posits a really bland "duh" theory about the true nature of the universe.
The basic premise is that "nature" (the way things tend to go) favors the path of least resistance. Stuff likes to run downhill. That is why you see common themes, particularly in physical shapes and representations of active forces, recurring throughout an incredible range of sizes and causes. If you continue in both directions, essentially the theme continues in limitless size and variation. If you have enough time, and enough space, it becomes easy to understand we ARE the winners of an incredible lottery. Living, breathing, self-aware beings capable of seeing what we can see of the universe, throughout and within.
Dinosaurs had the run of the place forever, but you think they had a clue? Obviously not.
I remember watching Dr. Kaku as he explained the frustration triggered among physicists by equations resulting in "infinity" answers... never ending. I would suggest that we take a hard look at accepting the answer, and pondering the possibilities.
I really have to knock off trying to sound like I know what I'm talking about.