What law of nature says that electroweak symmetry must be broken? Is it possible that in other parallel Superstrings (or others) universes.. electroweak symmetry were not broken and even after temperature of the Big Bang decreased to what is like ours, electroweak symmetry still existed in that universe? If so. The difference between our universe and it is due to our luck that we have stuff like Higgs or other alternatives that break electroweak symmetry? In other words. Is it a requirement of law of universes that electroweak symmetry must always be broken? Also do you consider spacetime as a symmetry? Here our spacetime symmetry are not broken, or is it? If not. Then maybe we live in a universe that spacetime symmetry were not broken compared to other universes. What would be it like in a universe where the spacetime symmetry were broken (just wanted to under how to look at electroweak symmetry breaking/non-breaking from all angels)?