A critique of cosmological natural selection

Mathematical physicist Lee Smolin has proposed a theory of Cosmological natural selection which, he argues, explains the existence of our life-supporting universe, and which, he claims, is superior to Anthropic Principle explanations. I will argue in this paper that the theory of Cosmological natural selection does not provide an improvement upon the Weak Anthropic Principle.
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