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Harvey, Throw A Pair Of Dices And Explain The Number.

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Posted by Alexander on January 27, 2002 01:41:59 UTC

Suppose, you got 4:2, corresponding to stable neutrino systems (or systems made out of other unstable in our world particles which happen to be stable at 4:2 ratio of constants, so to speak) The systems evolved to self-reproduction and thus satisfy some definition of "life". Later they evolved to intelligence, satisfying definition of "observer". Do those observers deny other combinations of fundamental constants because they result in different "kinds" of observer?

So, more logical than SAP principle (let's call it Super-SAP) looks like following:

(1) There exists at least one possible Universe containing at least one kind of observers.

(2) Observers are not necessary to bring the Universe into being.

(3) An ensemble of other different universes is possible, although not needed for the existence of our Universe.

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