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Is {137.0359… = 137.0359…}?
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Post Is {137.0359… = 137.0359…}?
On June 22, 2015, George Johnson (from The New York Times) wrote an article “Humankind’s Existentially Lucky Numbers”, which states: “Alpha’s value seems no more predictable than digits randomly spit out by a lottery machine: 0.0072973525698. One of the greatest mysteries of physics, the physicist Richard Feynman called it, 'a magic number that comes to us with no understanding by man.'” (See, http://www.nytimes.com/2015/06/23/scien ... .html?_r=0 ).

Max Tegmark viewed that there are more structures in mathematics than in physical reality and thus believed that the nature constants of THIS universe are just happenstance, cannot be derived (or calculated).
In his book “The Mathematical Universe (https://arxiv.org/pdf/0704.0646.pdf ), page 13”, he wrote: {There are therefore only two possible origins for random-looking parameters in the standard model Lagrangian like 1/137.0360565: either they are computable from a finite amount of information, or the mathematical structure corresponds to a multiverse where the parameter takes each real number in some finitely specifiable set in some parallel universe. The apparently infinite amount of information contained in the parameter then merely reflects there being an uncountable number of parallel universes, with all this information required to specify which one we are in.}

Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fine-structure_constant ) states (on October 8, 2016): {Attempts to find a mathematical basis for this dimensionless constant have continued up to the present time. However, no numerological explanation has ever been accepted by the community.}

However, here it is.

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Is {137.0359… = 137.0359…}?

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