The concept of multiverse indicates that the Universe in which we find ourselves is just one of a vast collection of universes. The thesis of the multiverse indicates that each universe can vary with respect to its physical laws, so that all conceivable constants and laws are represented in a universe somewhere. The hypothesis is intimately associated with the so-called Antropic Principle, which states that our existence itself acts as a principle of selection by determining what properties of the universe we can observe, since we can only observe properties of the universe that are conducive to our own existence. For this reason, it is no surprise that the fine, extraordinarily unlikely adjustment of the universe has been given to intelligent life.

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