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There Is Only One Symmetry Among Many Asimmetries.

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Posted by Alexander on April 11, 2001 20:22:34 UTC

This makes symmetry so special. Why should nature "prefer" certain asymmetry to another slightly different asymmetry - there are infinite number of deviations from symmetry. But there is ONLY ONE symmetry.

So it is like minimum energy or least action principle - among many similar arrangements select the one which is unique, different than all others.

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