Thursday, December 4, 2014

Fine Tuning The Universe For Life — Ridiculous Did You Say

SEE HERE The article points out the ridiculously low probability of life given the size of the possible configuration space of the hypervolume of possible universal constants. Here's what the author says:

"The probability of the existence of life is thus calculated by dividing the volume of configuration space compatible with the existence of life, between the volume of the total configuration space (the infinite continuum). ... Some scientists believe that the probability that the universe fulfills all the necessary conditions could be between 0 and 10^-500."

In short them there seems little doubt that the universe is fine tuned for life.

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