I realize that all encompassing philosophies are frowned upon. However, I see nothing wrong with speculating. Anyway, here goes; 1.Laws of nature do not exist in a Platonic realm, if anything they are descriptions of how things are rather than laws from some transcendental realm that move our reality to and fro. 2. As such if we postulate a creation ( in other words we do not believe in an infinite past) then there was a time when absolutely nothing existed, including the laws of nature. 3. If there are no laws of nature than everything is allowed 4. This explains how something can come from nothing. 5. Since this creation is not restricted by any law of nature almost everything actually happens. 6. This coincides with the many worlds hypothesis. 7. Most "universes" will be chaotic ( even their laws of nature will be chaotic, IE;not logical). 8. Only those " universes" that are capable of creating life will have life and the laws of nature of those universes must not be chaotic, they must be logical. 9. That is why we are amazed at the stunning "coincidences" that our universe seems to be made just for us. I numbered my points so that I will not get general criticisms, but specific objections that can actually be helpful.