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Posted by Harvey on January 11, 2002 21:54:05 UTC


>>>H: You know well how many unique features are in the physics and chemistry that if it were even slightly different how life and the universe could not exist. A: This is deeply incorrect. All forces and and natural laws being mathematical consequence of only few fundamental symmetries, are related. You CAN NOT take only one law and modify it without proportional change of ALL related laws, forces and objects.>Also, Universe has variety of stars, planets, moons, asteroids, dust, etc - all possible temperature, energy, gravity, radiation, size, luninosity, etc conditions and range of physical systems and chemical compositions are available. If in our universe you can find extremely broad conditions and physical/chemicl systems, nodoubt that in another universe with different physical constants there will be plenty of complexly evolving systems which we may call life. Their intelligent "philiosophers" may even argue over their internet how unlikely could be to find such life as their own in the universe with slightly different than "their" physical constants.

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