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> generated parameters were given the right values. That is, they
> had the values we have in our current universe. Stability ensued
> and our universe evolved...
that's a cool evolutionary theory of the universe.
maybe there was (or still is?) a fight between different universes.
but it's still a bit weird. i mean 200 years ago a lot of physic laws
weren't known. i sometimes think that science is on some way a
religion too, that physical laws aren't found but made. i know it's a
bit strange when thinking about a human brain just creating HIS
universe and at the same time including his brain in this universe
but you know the universe quite changed over the last 500 years. if
not in "reality" (who knows??? we weren't alive back then) but atleast
in the brains of humans on earth.
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