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L:ife Existence Depends On Initial Conditions.

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Posted by Alexander on October 30, 2001 18:12:26 UTC

Initial conditions in our universe resulted in certain values for c,h,G,e) which in turn defined how much and what kind of matter is left. This in turn, defined sizes and variety of bounded systems (nuclei and atoms). This, in turn, defined kinds of complex systems (molecules and life).

So, life is well SECONDARY to initial conditions and all physics which follows from them.

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