I have been curious about the multi-verse theory of how our universe came to be so I did some reading. At the following website, I discovered that the general consensus is that universes are created by black holes. When a star collapses into unimaginable density and a black hole is formed, the laws of nature are destroyed and new laws are formed.
I had already read that there a 6 known numbers that hold our universe together.
It occurred to me then that the formation of our universe is much like a winning ticket in a super-duper-mega lotto game. A star became a black hole and the six numbers were scrambled and six (more or less) new numbers were formed. As in most lotto games almost all combinations of numbers are losers, but every once in a billion years, a winning set of numbers is produced and a universe is formed that can produce intelligent life.
For all of you physicists out there, is my analogy consistent with the current consensus about the multi-verse?