Anthropic principle, Physics

weak anthropic principle

The conditions compulsory for the growth of intelligent life will be met only in certain regions which are restricted in space and time. i.e., the region of the Universe wherein we live is not representative of a purely random set of initial conditions necessarily; only those favorable to intelligent life would develop creatures actually who wonder what the first conditions of the Universe were, and this procedure can happen only at certain times through the evolution of any universe.

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