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THE ANTHROPIC PRINCIPLE

Anthropic (Greek for man) means to be linked to the science and study of
mankind. The Anthropic Principle was first suggested by F.R. Tennant
(1874-1957), who argued that life on earth exists because the laws that
govern the universe have particular features that contribute to make life…

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The anthropic principle developed into two forms:

The weak anthropic principle

It says the conditions required for life in the universe happen to have occurred. The
`weak' form argues simply that, if the world were different, we would not be here.

The strong anthropic principle

It says the conditions required…

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