Re: anthropic principle
Richard Kouchoo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thu, 26 Aug 1999 14:43:16 +1000
"We will show that if assumptions (a-c) are true, then the observation that
our universe is "life-friendly" can never be evidence against the
hypothesis that the universe is governed solely by naturalistic law.
Moreover, "fine-tuning," in the sense that "life-friendly" laws are claimed
to represent only a very small fraction of possible universes, can even
undermine the hypothesis of a supernatural origin of the universe; and the
more "finely-tuned" the universe is, the more this hypothesis can be
Yes and the more universes they begin to 'imagine' the more unscientific
their ideas begin to sound. This is pure fantasy.