No. You're wrong. The universe IS in fact perfect. Why should it be perfect just for us? No. You see, species like us aren't meant to be. Species, in general, are supposed to adapt to the current cirunstanses and climate. We don't. We shred our world and make stupid decisions, just because of our fear of dying and by our fear to be forgotten. Humans are in fact an offspring to weak to survive. Just look at us. Are we as fast as a hare? No. As strong as a bear? No. Can we survive heat or cold without help of other things, i.e death? No, we can't. We were never meant to travel between the stars and colonizing them. And we will never be able to, seing that the distances are by far too great. To achieve something like that, we would need to be able to travel as fast as the light itself, wich again is impossible, us being materia and all. So no, again. You are wrong. The universe is perfect just as it is. If it wasn't, it would probably have collapsed by now, imploding into nothing. Also, there must've been something before the universe, don't you think? Something as perfectly structured as the atoms and such just doesn't appear out of exactly nowhere. And as many times you say that the universe we live in might be a part of another universe, I'll say that there still mut've been a BEGINNING, and therefore something to cause or create this. THAT, my friend, is God.