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The universal constants are precisely balanced, such, that life could not exist otherwise.

Now take those finely tuned constants out hundreds, thousands, millions, billions ...trillions of decimal places. Slight, almost infinitesimal differences between the constants of each universe, which are actually resonances of a quantum "multiverse", mean that each resonance is unique.

http://www.cs.unc.edu/~barman/HT96/P43/pictura.htm [Broken]

Riemann's cuts are analogous to spatio-temporal holes connecting to an almost exactly identical parallel reality[phase resonance-frequency].

The question becomes: Do an infinite number of parallel realities exist? or is the number of universes just an astronomically huge quantity? [though still finite]

Now take those finely tuned constants out hundreds, thousands, millions, billions ...trillions of decimal places. Slight, almost infinitesimal differences between the constants of each universe, which are actually resonances of a quantum "multiverse", mean that each resonance is unique.

http://www.cs.unc.edu/~barman/HT96/P43/pictura.htm [Broken]

Riemann's cuts are analogous to spatio-temporal holes connecting to an almost exactly identical parallel reality[phase resonance-frequency].

The question becomes: Do an infinite number of parallel realities exist? or is the number of universes just an astronomically huge quantity? [though still finite]

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