Parallel Physics: Do “Uber Laws” Vary Across a Multitude of Universes?

Multiverse Something seems to have tilted the universe towards the creation of matter at a crucial moment within the first instants after the big bang. With the addition of just one extra matter particle per billion the universe we see came to dominate. But how would such an imbalance arise? While there is a pro-matter bias in some particle reactions, it is far too slight to create an advantage even this small. So many physicists are assuming that a stronger bias, the consequence of unknown processes beyond the current standard model of particle physics, were prevalent in the early universe.

An increasing almost intuitive hunch is that a cosmic "├╝ber-physics" could be variable, changing across a multitude of universes, with some worlds existing as radiation wastelands and others as ultra-dense universes that collapse into black holes, and others laced with dark energy that rapidly rips all structures apart. 

In this picture, the emergence of a universe that would eventually become hospitable to humans is a rare event. Unless as the famed British physicist, Fred Hoyle, theorized, intelligence is a natural, inherent component of our universe and will eventually allow us to modify and control our fate.

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