Continuing the discussion from The Anthropic Principle: "If there were nothing you’d still be complaining!":
Whenever I read about the multiverse, it is always presented in such a way that it, potentially, could account for the just right nature of this universe, because infinite universes would present every potential kind of universe.
Is this necessarily so? Should we assume that infinite universes would encompass every possible kind of universe? Does not the vehicle responsible for such a universe generating mechanism have a great deal to say about how many different types there are (even if they are infinite in number?)