To the justification of the Super-strong Anthropic Principle

Volume 2, Issue 1, February 2022     |     PP. 39-55      |     PDF (337 K)    |     Pub. Date: September 19, 2022
DOI: 10.54647/philosophy72069    83 Downloads     42535 Views  


Givishvili G., Institute of Terrestrial Magnetism, Ionosphere and Radio Wave Propagation RAS, Russia

Empirical data in situ of recent years indicate that spacetime does not exist physically: they are not material - they do not have any of the characteristics inherent in material objects. At the same time, space-time is the most fundamental and universal mediator between all, without exception, material objects of Nature. In turn, material objects of Nature make up two ensembles of objects that form one Great, stationary (not evolving) and an infinite number of non-stationary (evolving) Small Universes inhabiting it - galaxies and clusters of galaxies. The Great Universe is a system open in an infinite space-time continuum, functioning according to single algorithms - intermediaries of 2,3,4, etc. of order (physical, chemical, biological, social laws and principles). All types of interactions between material objects, including gravitational, electromagnetic, nuclear, chemical, organic, etc., are local in nature, the transmission rate of their "signals" is limited. All relativistic effects also fall into the category of near-interactions. The long-range "phenomena of unlimited scale" include only non-material entities that do not need material carriers, but themselves determine the nature of their interactions: fundamental and particular laws, world constants and prohibitions (the speed of light, the temperature of absolute zero, etc. Pauli's principle, etc.), as well as human imagination capable of "staying" everywhere and at any time. But as space-time serves as a universal mediator between all of Nature's material objects, so too is a human-like mind called to mediate between the fading star systems of the Small Universes and their "heirs."

space, time, matter, evolution, Great Universe, Small Universes, anthropic principle

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Givishvili G., To the justification of the Super-strong Anthropic Principle , SCIREA Journal of Philosophy. Volume 2, Issue 1, February 2022 | PP. 39-55. 10.54647/philosophy72069


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