Thursday, July 31, 2003

The Anthromorphic explanation ?

Why are critical values so perfect in our universe? Are there infinite universes where these critical numbers can take all possible values?

So an infinity of universes with infinities of critical values and an infinity of universes with the same values as ours, but split from our universe on account of each decision taken ( Like the schroedinger's cat example). Should really try to understand Cantors infinity of infinities. Gangu first intriduced me to the concept and for almost 15 years now, I'm no closer to understanding it, apart from the fact that "All infinities are not created equal :o) "

If protons were 0.2 percent heavier, they could decay into neutrons, destabilizing atoms. If the electromagnetic force were 4 percent weaker, there would be no hydrogen and no normal stars. If the weak interaction were much weaker, hydrogen would not exist; if it were much stronger, supernovae would fail to seed interstellar space with heavy elements. If the cosmological constant were much larger, the universe would have blown itself apart before galaxies could form.


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