***We (humans) are nothing special in universe.***
How do you know that? What if there is no other intelligent life in the universe (or very few of it), then we would be very special given our unique status.
***Neither our location in Universe, nor our time, nor our existence is somewhat special in (or for) universe.***
Did you even bother reading that paper I posted Mario? I forgot, you didn't write it so it is wrong (or maybe I can't explain some of the calculations so it has no merit as a paper whatsoever).
***Thgus, we can NOT demand that universe is made FOR us (antropic principle?) and based solely on this DEMAND that parameters of universe were MADE such that our life was easy.***
You might want to read more on what the anthropic principle is.
***Therefore, either life is common for various values of fundamental constants (=constans are entangled and result in life even in wide range), or there are zillions of universes with various possible combinations of constants, and some universes have ours-like life, some not exactly ours-like, some even very different evolving systems, and some (may be most of them) does not have complex structures qualified to be called "life" at all.***
I know, maybe there are lifeforms on other universes that don't have Pauli's exclusion principle, or maybe some universes have lifeforms that disobey Heisenberg's UP, etc. Afterall, Bugs Bunny lives in a universe without physical laws, so maybe those 'laws' don't matter much.
Take it easy.
Warm regards, Harv