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Naked Singulary Vs. Evolution

  1. Dec 25, 2005 #1
    Hawkings has bet Thorne.... again... this time, he has intentionally left out the mathematically simulated feasibility of a naked singulary. His reasoning? He says that the variable alignment of such a possibility could not occur naturally.

    This lead me to a-thinkin!

    Which system has more variable complexity in it? The probability of a naked singulary or the probability of anthromorphic principle? And could complexity be a reasonable argument to say why a clearly complicated way of variable alignment cannot naturally occur?
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