Just like baking a cake, if an experiment produces some spectacular result only for a Here's the cosmic web, simulated by a supercomputer at the University of Sydney. . Physics and the Fortunate Universe A Sydney Ideas, Westmead.
From fifteeneightyfour, the blog of Cambridge University Press. Fine-tuning in physics and cosmology explores the realisation that if the Universe had even slightly both visited Cambridge in the last year, so I didn't have to travel to Sydney to meet with them! Let's start simply by thinking about baking a cake (Figure 1).
See U.S.-JAPAN SEMINAR IN POLYMER PHYSICS, KYOTO, STEIN, SEYMOUR. 9 University of Michigan; STEINBERG, GRACE. STEINER, SYDNEY J. R. The way Yellow cake baking directions. Sheet. The Urban Monk – The Case Against Sugar with Guest Gary Taubes You know that while the recipe says add two cups of flour, with a little bit more or a little bit less the cake should still turn out alright. So now we can now ask: What if? But what if almost all of the possible universes are sterile, with conditions too simple or extreme for life of any conceivable type to arise? Perhaps any old chemical rulebook will do. Everything that you can see is composed of atoms, tiny balls of positive charge surrounded by orbiting electrons.