Quantum Quack: "After all perpetual motion in itself is perffection is it not." Well the question here is whether we can speak of a perfect flaw at all. But yes, presuming that we could consider perpetual motion, instead of motion at an infinite speed forever as a perfection of motion - and we shall assume it is not equatable to equating perfect flaws with perfection - then yes, the universe would be perfect after a fashion. "When one accepts that suffering is necessary for life to go on and manages that suffering to tolerable limits one can see the perfection of the whole system of sufference and relief of sufference and how imbalance if managed well and enjoyed even,..... allows life to see successs and purpose of that sufference. So to me the universe and all within it are already perfect [ perfectly imperfect] because I have accepted the need for sufference [ pain] and it's opposite twin, relief of sufference [ pleasure ] " Have you ever read Marcus Aurelius' "Meditations"?