Lee Smolin: Cosmological Natural Selection

Which leads to a prediction or an observation that after many, many generations the population of the universes should be fine-tuned to maximize the production of Black Holes. And that has further implications for things that we can actually try to measure and disprove experimentally. So that’s, very briefly, the idea of cosmological natural selection.

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2 Responses to Lee Smolin: Cosmological Natural Selection

  1. PlatoHagel says:

    Hi MarkusM,Thanks…..your links are intriguing and thoughtful……spurs on the issues that I had come face to face with over the years. Sometimes one has to look for the exact words that puts it all together, so it showed me what Lee Smolin was trying to say and how you contrasted that. That is a really interesting point you linked. Of course it leads to other topics as well that I am interested in. Anti-Gravitation.But yes the black-hole issues has been a long road over these years.Best,

  2. MarkusM says:

    \”after many, many generations the population of the universes should be fine-tuned to maximize the production of Black Holes\” But not fine tuned for life, which is what we see.Here is a solution (Meduso-Anthropic Principle):http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t_MuzZH_ElU

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