Monthly Archives: June 2010

Linde and Noorbala on the Measure Problem

Perhaps the most important problem faced by any attempt to get a predictive multiverse framework is what is known as the “measure problem”:  How do we count universes in the multiverse?  In particular, for any particular observable, we would like … Continue reading

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Ongoing Progress in String Theory

In recent years string theory has been getting a lot of uninformed criticism about its supposed lack of progress towards the ultimate goal of a predictive theory that unifies the Standard Model and quantum gravity.   Postings on this blog … Continue reading

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