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If we were in a special place in the universe, where the density was much lower.
(Even with in our observable universe there are 'voids'. Why could we not be in a larger more universal void).
I have often wondered If what we regard as "laws" for the whole universe can be the same for inter galactic space as for the region where we have established them we being immersed in a sea of dark matter.
If anyone has access to New Scientist, 15.11.2008, Marcus Chown's article, "Our Special Place" is worth a read. Unfortunately, I no longer have access to it.