Another silly question here :) What are some of the cosmological observations a TOE must agree with? (I'm making a list) Some that I can think of... a) redshift data (Type 1a supernovas, etc.) b) element ratios (Hydrogen, Helium,...) c) bias toward 'matter' rather than 'antimatter' d) CMB temperature e) CMB "lumpiness" (side question: Would predicting the 'fractal' dimension of the CMB (I think it's around 3) be sufficient to satisfy this condition?) f) the particle 'zoo' g) dark energy / dark matter ratio. (I think this condition may 'follow' from a), but I'm listing it anywayz) What else am I missing? (note: I'm asking for some of the 'observational' data points that must be hit-not 'theories.') Ya know I actually saw a good number of these listed in another thread, but 'sigh' I can't find it now.