Found : In an infinite universe must even impossible events happen at least once? As for the OP, you'll want to read Many Worlds in One  by Alex Vilenkin. Like frog march, Vilenkin posits that "if something has a […]
Found : The Universe is Obsolete : a gallery of multiverse theories There is a greater collective, more than one universe embedded in higher dimensional space or hyperspace. Our worldview must change to a multiverse view, even though it may […]
Found : Extra Dimensions Showing Hints Of Scientific Revolution The concept of extra dimensions, dismissed as nonsense even by one of its earliest proponents nearly nine decades ago, may soon help solve seemingly unrelated problems in particle physics, cosmology and […]
Found : Max Tegmark’s Theory of Everything According to Tegmark, every last formal system on the tree of mathematics is endowed with physical existence. Every last formal system corresponds to an actual universe. Tegmark has extended the Copernican principle beyond […]
Found : The Virtual Multiverse Theory of Free Will Borges portrayed the world as consisting of pathways defining series of events, in which each pathway eventually reaches a decision-point at which it forks out into more than one future pathway. […]
Found : Perspectives on the structure of the superverse and implications for its transit and other means of exploitation In early 2003 space appears to possibly be infinite in its depth and distance, even if mankind can only ‘see’ with […]
Found : What Happened Before the Big Bang? : Paul Davies …given an infinite amount of time, anything that can happen will already have happened, for if a physical process is likely to occur with a certain nonzero probability – […]
Found : Parallel Universes: Not just a staple of science fiction, other universes are a direct implication of cosmological observations Is there a copy of you reading this article? A person who is not you but who lives on a […]
Found : Is God in the Details?: From cosmic coincidence to conservative cosmopolitics In this theory, our universe emerged from a black hole in a previous universe; moreover, each black hole in our universe (and other universes) generates yet another […]
The”anthropic principle” is a hybrid idea – part scientific hypothesis and part philosophical argument – which seeks to account for our presence in a life-sustaining universe using inference and probability.
It asks the questions: why does our universe seem fine-tuned for human life? Did an Intelligent Designer plan this universe just for us, or is it simply one of many universes in a larger multiverse, the random byproduct of an endless process of creation with no beginning and no end?