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A teoria do Universo Fine-tunned para a Vida

segunda-feira, junho 15th, 2009
Ouve-se cada vez mais  pessoas racionalistas conjecturando que o Universo parece ter sido “programado” para gerar a Vida, que em Ingles diz-se “fine-tunned”.   Existe inclusive livros inteiros defendendo esta ideia, como o citado abaixo. De fato, quando estudamos a teoria oficial cosmologica e terrestre vamos vendo que foram tantos os incriveis golpes de sorte e tantas extraordinarias coincidencias ocorridas, sem as quais nao teria surgido a Vida, que somos levados a desconfiar de que o acaso tenha imperado nesta Historia.  E o que sugere a Matriz a respeito?  O Universo foi “programado” pata terminar gerando a Vida ou nao?
Simples: se ela sugere que o Universo e’ uma producao genetica e palco da reproducao do que seja la’ o que for que tenha gerado o Universo, inevitavelmente o Universo foi tao preparado para gerar a Vida como qualquer mulher foi preparada.  Mas nao se deve ignorar a possibilidade que a mulher foi preparada assim pelps ancestrais da especie humana, que nada tinham de magicos nem eram sabios para fazer isso. Simplesmente, naturalmente, aconteceu.  Entao essa nova onda intuitiva do “fine-tunned”  deve ser acompanhada de perto pelos adeptos da Matriz,  prestando-se atencao a cada novidade relacionada, e neste artigo sera’ sempre acrescentado o que for surgindo. Por enquanto iniciemos com o seguinte (depois sera’ traduzido).   
COSMOS MAGAZINE
http://www.cosmosmagazine.com/reviews/1469/  

Critica do livro:

  The Goldilocks Enigma: Why is the Universe Just Right for Life?

By Paul Davies

Allen Lane

ISBN 0-713-99883-0

A$55

350 pages

Something looks fishy about the way our universe is “uncannily fit for life”. There seems to be nothing self-contradictory about the idea that its physical constants and other fundamental features — such as the amount of dark matter — could have been different. Yet relatively miniscule differences in any of these values would have produced a physical reality incompatible with the complex chemical processes that sustain life. In The Goldilocks Enigma, Paul Davies embarks on a comprehensive examination of current theories as to why the universe is so finely tuned, so astonishingly “just right”.

To prepare us, he starts with a lively account of recent developments in cosmological theory and fundamental physics. The first few chapters get us up to speed with such concepts as the flatness of space, the inflation (as opposed to mere expansion) of the universe, string theory, M-theory, and the possible effects of quantum events on the cosmological macrostructure of clustered galaxies. Nice.

One important concept is the possibility that universes such as ours — really only “pocket universes” — are being formed continually and eternally, creating an incomprehensibly vast, multiple landscape of wildly varying universes. (This grand multiverse is a quite different concept from the “many worlds” interpretation of quantum theory, which Davies also discusses.)

Davies considers a raft of answers to the book’s central question, but concludes that none is truly satisfying. He states that he is resigned to criticism from religious thinkers for his unwillingness to interpret the data as evidence of intelligent design. Though such interpretations have psychological appeal, he believes that they offer no explanatory advance. At the same time, he expects hard-headed physicists to deplore his sympathy for such mystical-sounding theories as that the Universe’s development is shaped by a fundamental life-creating principle, or that it somehow causes itself in a closed, self-consistent loop from future to past and back again (see ‘Life, the Universe and Everything’, Cosmos Issue 14, p46).

Given this multitude of brain-wrangling theories and conjectures, Davies tells the whole story in a clear, well-paced manner that rivets the attention while boggling the mind.

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Vejamos o que Wikipedia diz sobre o nome Goldilocks:

Goldilocks Principle

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Goldilocks Principle states that something must fall within certain margins, as opposed to reaching extremes. It is used, for example, in the Rare Earth hypothesis to state that a planet must neither be too far away from, nor too close to, the sun to support life. Either extreme would result in a planet incapable of supporting life.[1] Such a planet is often called a Goldilocks planet.[2][3]

The Goldilocks Principle comes from a children’s story Goldilocks and the Three Bears in which a little girl found a house owned by three bears. Each bear owned a separate copy of many things, such as food, beds, etc. After testing each of the three, Goldilocks determined that one was always too much in one extreme, one was too much in the opposite extreme, and one was “just right”.

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E agora vejamos a historia de onde se extraiu este principio:  

The Story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Once upon a time, there was a little girl named Goldilocks.  She  went for a walk in the forest.  Pretty soon, she came upon a house.  She knocked and, when no one answered, she walked right in. At the table in the kitchen, there were three bowls of porridge. Goldilocks was hungry.  She tasted the porridge from the first bowl. 
“This porridge is too hot!” she exclaimed.
So, she tasted the porridge from the second bowl.
“This porridge is too cold,” she said
So, she tasted the last bowl of porridge.
“Ahhh, this porridge is just right,” she said happily and she ate it all up.
After she’d eaten the three bears’ breakfasts she decided she was feeling a little tired.  So, she walked into the living room where she saw three chairs.  Goldilocks sat in the first chair to rest her feet.   
“This chair is too big!” she exclaimed.
So she sat in the second chair.
“This chair is too big, too!”  she whined.
So she tried the last and smallest chair.
“Ahhh, this chair is just right,” she sighed.  But just as she settled down into the chair to rest, it broke into pieces!
Goldilocks was very tired by this time, so she went upstairs to the bedroom.  She lay down in the first bed, but it was too hard. Then she lay in the second bed, but it was too soft. Then she lay down in the third bed and it was just right.  Goldilocks fell asleep.As she was sleeping, the three bears came home. 
“Someone’s been eating my porridge,” growled the Papa bear.
“Someone’s been eating my porridge,” said the Mama bear.
“Someone’s been eating my porridge and they ate it all up!” cried the Baby bear.
“Someone’s been sitting in my chair,” growled the Papa bear.
“Someone’s been sitting in my chair,” said the Mama bear.
“Someone’s been sitting in my chair and they’ve broken it all to pieces,” cried the Baby bear.They decided to look around some more and when they got upstairs to the bedroom, Papa bear growled, “Someone’s been sleeping in my bed,”
“Someone’s been sleeping in my bed, too” said the Mama bear
“Someone’s been sleeping in my bed and she’s still there!” exclaimed Baby bear.Just then, Goldilocks woke up and saw the three bears.  She screamed, “Help!”  And she jumped up and ran out of the room.  Goldilocks ran down the stairs, opened the door, and ran away into the forest.  And she never returned to the home of the three bears.

THE END

Meu Comentario:

Eu sempre gostei daquela frase: “Acima do Bem e do Mal, esta’ a Sabedoria”! Principalmente depois que vou descobrindo que o que e’ o bem para uma epoca e suas geracoes, torna-se o mal na proxima epoca… O DNA registra a Historia e nao e’ por acaso que a cada tres registros ele se contorce, e a haste que no registro anterior estava na direita passa para a esquerda, e vice-versa…

Mas este aspecto “triplice” da Natureza patece estar presente em tudo, e a sabedoria nunca esta’ na escolha dos extremos e sim no mais perto do equilibrio ou meio-termo possivel. Se surge um negocio que parece muito promissor e tenho dez mil dolares, devo jogar tudo no negocio ou nada? Nem um, nem outro extremo: devo investir a metade, cinco mil. Se o negocio era bom e nao joguei nada, vou me arrepender para o resto da vida. Se era uma fria, perdi cinco mil mas nao me quebrei de todo. Se era bom e joguei a metade, ganhei menos, mas mesmo assim, nao enfraqueci o coracao passando pelo stress e temor de perder tudo.

Assim parece que a Vida foi sabia desde quando era apenas materia bruta no Cosmos. O ser vivo nao poe a mao no super-aquecido porque ali ele se queima; nem poe a mao no super-congelado, porque ali tambem se queima. O ideal para nos esta’ nas temperaturas mais proximas do meio-termo, como nos 30 a 40 graus centigrados. Parece que a Vida veio de longe, e ao passar pelo Sol, disse:

-“Este astro e’ muito quente!”

Continuando sua busca chegou em outro gigante, Jupiter, e disse:

-” Este astro e’ muito frio!”

Foi quando passava pela pequena Terra que sentiu um aroma de mormaco aconchegante, resolveu toca-la, e disse:

-” Este astro esta’ justamente certo”!

Agora, se nos lembramos da Teoria da Matriz, do que ela narra  sobre os genes semi-vivos de LUCA espalhados no espaco, passando por todos os lugares, e escolhendo planetas como a Terra, para se reajuntarem… essa coisa de “Universo preparado naturalmente para gerar a Vida”, fica muito mais logica, certo?  

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