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I Like Anthropic Principle...

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Posted by Mark on November 6, 2001 00:48:49 UTC

It says that Buriden's Language Removed need not choose one hay stack over the other. The universe could have simultaneously chosen hay stack A (exist) and hay stack B (not exist)... and us organisms simply emerged in the universe that choose hay stack A (of course). This way there is no symetry breaking, and anthropic principle is powerful argument (actualy in Alex's favor).

No symmetry breaking here... both possibilities were chosen. Life just took better to a universe that actualy exists.

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