« on: 10/07/2020 22:15:09 »
No need to start a thread on that. I have invited all comers to speak their minds and post their particular (and peculiar) ideas, , please.We differ on the explanation for the relative strengths, the preponderance of normal matter, etc. You point to the luck of the draw as if those things were decided at some point in the past, presumably a starting point. I think that the laws of physics could only be what they are, no luck, no draw . The universe has always existed and the laws of physics governing the greater universe are fixed across time and space.
All possible physical manifestations being existent, including exotic laws of physics, would be a neat solution to why this universe is no idiosyncratic. E.g., why are the relative strengths of the four forces so oddly spread out? Why is the universe filled with normal matter? Why do some mesons act so wacky? Just luck of the draw out of infinite possibilities.
This being your thread, I will not delve any further into my thoughts on the matter. Perhaps I will start my own
CrazyNew Theories thread on the subject.