Unambiguous Probabilities in an Eternally Inflating Universe


“Constants of Nature” and cosmological parameters may in fact be variables related to some slowly-varying fields. In models of eternal inflation, such fields will take different values in different parts of the universe. Here I show how one can assign probabilities to values of the “constants” measured by a typical observer. This method does not suffer from… (More)


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@inproceedings{Vilenkin1998UnambiguousPI, title={Unambiguous Probabilities in an Eternally Inflating Universe}, author={Alexander Vilenkin}, year={1998} }