To be able to judge Predictive Cosmology on its merits, one needs to look at some of its other predictions.
Muon-Electron Mass Ratio
And, indeed, a theoretical calculation of the muon-electron mass ratio (the mass of a muon divided by the mass of an electron, or mÎ¼/me) seems to provide conclusive evidence that the new theory is good since its prediction, mÎ¼/me = 206.768 283, exactly matches the less precise measured value of 206.768 28 (with its last digit somewhat uncertain).
Refer to CODATA (the Committee on Data for Science and Technology that publishes recommended values of the fundamental physical constants): 'muon-electron mass ratio.' [Reference: http://physics.nist.gov/cgi-bin/cuu/Value?mmusme]
Physicists wouldn't be very surprised by a statement stating that energy is part of the answer to the question of why the electromagnetic, strong, and weak forces exist.
However, more surprising is the assertion by the theory presently under consideration, i.e. Predictive Cosmology, that the law of conservation of energy provides the constraints that make cosmology a 'predictive' science.
Thus, Predictive Cosmology provides the answer to the questions: 'Why do the three forces exist?'; 'Why are there three generations of elementary particles (leptons and quarks)?'; and 'Why does matter dominate over antimatter?'.
The answers follow naturally when the computer simulation of the early Universe is made to fit reality (that is, picture a Universe similar to the one we observe'”a Universe from which matter never entirely disappears even if it originally contains equal amounts of particles and antiparticles that rapidly annihilate each other).
In the computer program, no arbitrarily adjustable parameters need be introduced, a fact that makes the theory particularly appealing. (Making the simulation fit reality means, in effect, investigating if and how the lifetime of a particle and the speed of light might be interdependent'”which leads to a very surprising result.)
The website http://www.physicsideas.com provides the arguments for the validity of Predictive Cosmology.
Page 4 continues with more reasoning behind this Predictive Cosmology argument.