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Self-Centered Anthropic Theory

Self-Centered Anthropic Theory

The laws of physics hold a handful of fundamental constants that determine the strength of gravity, electromagnetism and subatomic forces. However, these numbers could have any possible value and with any value that gets displaced, the universe would be entirely different.

This argument make some people believe that the Universe allows for creatures like us to come into existence with it and that is proof enough in itself.

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