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Great work! In my mind, this is just the right sort of reply to Wood and Spekkens.
It is worth mentioning that our colleagues seeking foundational theories of nature in the field of high-energy physics, generally consider “protection by symmetry” to be a legitimate, and in fact standard, form of fine tuning.

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