Saturday, December 22, 2012

Krauss answers one question but not another question

Krauss: quantum fluctuations imply nothing is unstable.

If we grant this we are using "nothing" in the quantum mechanical sense of the word. But then there is still the question of how to get quantum mechanics in the first place.

I think Smolin reduces the problem in some ways by suggesting the laws of physics have evolved over time to become as complicated as they are.

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