Part I (The relative theory of evolution)

At the beginning

In astrophysics and cosmology, the anthropic principle is the philosophical consideration that observations of the physical Cosmos must be compatible with the conscious life that observes it.
Some proponents of the anthropic principle reason that it explains why the Cosmos has the age and the fundamental physical constants necessary to accommodate conscious life.
As a result,
They believe that the fact is unremarkable that the Cosmos's fundamental constants happen to fall within the narrow range thought to be compatible with life.
The principle was formulated as a response to a series of observations that the laws of nature and parameters of the Cosmos take on values that are consistent with conditions for life as we know it rather than a set of values that would not be consistent with life on Earth.
The anthropic principle states that this is a necessity, because if life were impossible, no one would know it.
That is, it must be possible to observe some cosmos, and hence, the laws and constants of any such cosmos must accommodate that possibility.
The term anthropic in "anthropic principle" has been argued to be a misnomer.
While singling out our kind of carbon-based life, none of the finely tuned phenomena require human life or some kind of carbon chauvinism.
Any form of intelligent life would do; so, specifying carbon-based life, per se, is irrelevant.
The anthropic principle has given rise to some confusion and controversy, partly because the phrase has been applied to several distinct ideas.
All versions of the principle have been accused of discouraging the search for a deeper physical understanding of the Cosmos.
The anthropic principle is often criticized for lacking falsfiability and therefore critics of the anthropic principle may point out that the anthropic principle is a non-scientific concept, even though the weak anthropic principle, "conditions that are observed in the Cosmos must allow the observer to exist" is "easy" to support in mathematics and philosophy, i.e. it is a tautology or truism. However, building a substantive argument based on a tautological foundation is problematic.
Stronger variants of the anthropic principle are not tautologies and thus make claims considered controversial by some and that are contingent upon empirical verification.
Then,
This book title of [The newly-born Mankind] shall be argued on the premise “A strong anthropic principle” about how our mankind is being.


June 28 2012 Satoshi Nitta


Chapter 1 A strong anthropic principle Chapter 51 Self-remembrance
Chapter 2 Mankind’s evolution Chapter 52 Conflict
Chapter 3 Cosmos shall surely die someday Chapter 53 Relationship between self-remembrance and conflict
Chapter 4 Human beings shall also be living forever Chapter 54 Relationship between human society and natural society
Chapter 5 Human being alive is imaginary human being Chapter 55 Sensational gap
Chapter 6 Imaginary mankind is upside-down mankind Chapter 56 Self-remembrance is the first being
Chapter 7 Human being V.S. Newly-born mankind Chapter 57 Enlightenment is the first being
Chapter 8 Visible self V.S. Invisible self Chapter 58 Enlightenment is to awaken about tone deaf
Chapter 9 “Now & here” is all for human beings Chapter 59 Enlightenment is to awaken of misunderstanding
Chapter 10 Human beings as the lord of all creations Chapter 60 Complementary of awaken & misunderstanding
Chapter 11 Reason why human beings are the lord of all creations Chapter 61 Tone deaf without being aware
Chapter 12 Conscious of “I am” is owned only by human beings Chapter 62 The secret of enlightenment
Chapter 13 Five senses give birth of "I am" Chapter 63 Enlightenment & Hesitation
Chapter 14 Cosmos is just like two faces of one coin Chapter 64 Hesitation = Positive thinking
Chapter 15 World of Time & Fact/Time & Reality/Time & Truth Chapter 65 False human & Real human
Chapter 16 World without “I am” = Substantial world Chapter 66 The weak anthropic principle is the root cause
Chapter 17 Substance & Image Chapter 67 The anthropic principle is the root cause
Chapter 18 Substantial reincarnation Chapter 68 The newly-born womankind principle
Chapter 19 Substantial reincarnation = Phase transition Chapter 69 Unhappy = Happy
Chapter 20 There is no time at “now & here” Chapter 70 Pain = Joy
Chapter 21 Identity of this world Chapter 71 Identity of pain
Chapter 22 Dream theatre Chapter 72 Key for friction
Chapter 23 Dreamer & Dream Chapter 73 Keyhole is the first
Chapter 24 Origin of death Chapter 74 “I wish if I were only good!” → “I also must be good!”
Chapter 25 Origin of life Chapter 75 “I wish if I were only good!” = “I must not also be good!”
Chapter 26 Men lose everything Chapter 76 “I wish if others first were good!” = “I also must be good!”
Chapter 27 Upside-down human Chapter 77 Dualism of strong/weak
Chapter 28 Upside-down human
Chapter 29 Appreciating maniac? Or Producing maniac?
Chapter 30 Masturbation? Or Rape?
Chapter 31 Discrimination & Memory
Chapter 32 Memory is the root cause
Chapter 33 Stock (Memory) is the root cause
Chapter 34 Identity of self is the stocked memory
Chapter 35 Newly-born mankind can understand about “real self”
Chapter 36 Who is afraid of death?
Chapter 37 Who is not afraid of death?
Chapter 38 Self & ・・・・
Chapter 39 Proof of self
Chapter 40 Proof of real self
Chapter 41 Realization of real self
Chapter 42 Realization of mirror
Chapter 43 Mirror as catalyst
Chapter 44 Mirror as catalyst and Light
Chapter 45 Mirror = Catalyst
Chapter 46 Others = Catalyst as mirror
Chapter 47 Others = False self
Chapter 48 "False self" is the shadow of "real self"
Chapter 49 Image is the shadow of substance
Chapter 50 Real meaning of oblivion


At the end

Stronger variants of the anthropic principle are not tautologies and thus make claims considered controversial by some and that are contingent upon empirical verification.
Then,
This book title of [The newly-born Mankind] has been argued on the premise “A strong anthropic principle” about how our mankind is being.
This is entirely the proof that,
The human being who is out of “Anthropic principle” is nothing but the tone deaf without being awareness.


September 16 2012 Satoshi Nitta