Topic: Many scientists have pointed out that there is something fishy about our universe.
Posted by Akins
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teapots.nli said:
Akins said: :insane:


In your common sense way you are correct: Most leading theoretical physicist bullshitters have been Jewish.

­Fixt.


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Total bullshit.


Posted by F2.Science.Guy
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The other poster is quite right. Since life and life-sustaining structures already exist in the universe, then the universe must already have physical constants set for life; if they weren't, then life would not arise in that universe to question the matter.

Although we cannot know at all if this is true, just imagine if there were large number of 4-dimensional Big Bangs taking place in a 5D or higher "superspace". Each of these BBs create a set of internal conditions that are randomly set. For a sufficiently large number of such blisters in the superspace, you will start to see some of them having internal conditions that are supportive of more complicated structures.

But I must stress: We cannot know. Our universe is clearly a singularity, and we're stuck inside it, never to know of the possible superspace that it's embedded in. There may be truly "nothing at all" outside our universe. It may be a 162,944-dimensional superspace. There's no way to know.


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F2.Science.Guy said: The other poster is quite right. Since life and life-sustaining structures already exist in the universe, then the universe must already have physical constants set for life; if they weren't, then life would not arise in that universe to question the matter.

Although we cannot know at all if this is true, just imagine if there were large number of 4-dimensional Big Bangs taking place in a 5D or higher "superspace". Each of these BBs create a set of internal conditions that are randomly set. For a sufficiently large number of such blisters in the superspace, you will start to see some of them having internal conditions that are supportive of more complicated structures.

But I must stress: We cannot know. Our universe is clearly a singularity, and we're stuck inside it, never to know of the possible superspace that it's embedded in. There may be truly "nothing at all" outside our universe. It may be a 162,944-dimensional superspace. There's no way to know.

Then in other words, shut up.



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