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We propose a unification of some fine-tuning problems -- really in this article only the problem of why the weak scale is so small in energy compared to a presumed fundamental scale, being say the Planck scale -- by postulating the zero or very small value of the cosmological constant not only for one but for several vacua. This postulate corresponds to what we have called the Multiple Point Principle, namely that there be many "vacuum" states with the same energy density. We further assumedoi:10.1142/s0217751x0502416x fatcat:ggcimqungrh45b4okndlh3rjpu