> Jesse Mazer wrote:
> > Why, out of all possible experiences compatible with my existence, do 
> > I only observe the ones that don't violate the assumption that the 
> > laws of physics work the same way in all places and at all times?

Eric Hawthorne replied:
> Because a universe whose space-time was subject to different physical 
> laws in different regions would not have
> been able to generate you and sustain you, or more precisely I suppose 
> would only be able to generate
> and sustain you with infinitesimal probability.

What about a universe whose space-time was subject to all the same
physical laws as ours in all regions - except in the vicinity of rabbits?
And in those other regions some other laws applied which allow rabbits
to behave magically?

Hal Finney

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