- Jan 5, 2001
- Way on Down South, London Town
But I answered the question that @hitmouse asked, "why would one assume that the more robust principles of physics and astrophysics and chemistry might not apply locally or generally?" The fact that they were variable to begin with, and then very quickly (in relation to the age of the universe) became fixed, I have no dispute with at all. The possibility that they might suddenly change again now is one that would concern me greatly. Yes, some values probably wouldn't make a great difference to anything. And, yes it is great to speculate on these things.