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Posted by Richard Ruquist on January 25, 2002 14:42:58 UTC

what the much more fundamental thing is.

To me it seems logical that if universes are born in black holes, lets say black holes of a certain kind, then universes that are finetuned to produce a maximum of that kind of black hole will eventually predominate.

Whether string theory is true or not, and whether string theory correctly predicts that black holes produce new universes, are separate questions; and I do not understand mixing the questions up.

So I see the fine tuning in Smolin's unproven model as a math consequence. Do you see something more fundamental at work given Smolin's model? Or are you refering to a different model?



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