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I Do Not Object-it Is All Math.No Special Arrangement For Life

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Posted by Alexander on January 20, 2002 22:22:07 UTC

Or for making aliens/humans/plants/atoms, or for putting humans in the center of universe.

All we see is that according to math for those constants we have, some fermion structures (molecules) can be stable at some temperatures (=energy range), while for different set of constants boson structures can be stable at some temperature range, or another fermion structures can be more stable (Si-based or S-based, or O-based instead of C-based chains), or another temperatures can be more favorable for complex fermion structures (like life) and so on.

Some combination of fundamental constants may result in more primitive life, some in more complex, some is such primitive structures which we would not call "life" but some primitive aliens would.

Do you have any problems with such aliens or with various possible stable and semi-stable (decaying slowly) structures allowed by math at various energy ranges and resulting from different fundamental constants?



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