2012 Mayan Anthropic Principle: A Logical Proposition
2012 Mayan Anthropic Principle: A Logical Proposition
” No one would have believed, in the last years of the nineteenth century, that human affairs were being watched from the timeless worlds of space. No one could have dreamed we were being scrutinized, as someone with a microscope studies creatures that swarm and multiply in a drop of water. Few men even considered the possibility of life on other planets and yet, across the gulf of space, minds immeasurably superior to ours regarded this Earth with envious eyes, and slowly and surely they drew their plans against us.”
The above paragraph extracted from The War of the Worlds by Herbert George Wells (1898) serves as an example to the anthropic principle which we would attempt to explain in a simple way as we approach 2012, the End of the Great Mayan Cycle.
In that introductory statement of Wells’ book, which still is considered one of the greatest science-fiction works, we examine two basic assumptions that are as follows:
1. It introduces the Fermi Paradox which asks “where are all the aliens?”, or the scientific definition that there is a probabilistic estimate that extraterrestrial civilizations are common and would naturally expand into space, contradicting the lack of evidence that they exist anywhere. The premise is based that it is natural and logical for extraterrestrial species to colonize space and,
2. There are advanced or smart civilizations in space that are probably hostile and do not necessarily have positive ethical principles to other intelligent civilizations or more primitive forms of life, and they could make contact in the future because our tiny galaxy has the desirable resources for other civilizations.
To make some comments about these two assumptions, we need to define our Anthropic Principle. The original term was introduced in 1973 by the anthrophysicist and cosmologist Brandon Carter from Cambridge University in a conference in Poland to celebrate the 500th birthday of astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus. In Carter’s essay “Large Number Coincidences and the Anthropic Principle,” he defined the principle as the arbitrary and unrelated constants in physics having a common operator in our universe – to have a system capable of producing and supporting life. In our 2012 Anthropic Principle, the Mayan space-time methodology defines that at the End of the 4 Ahau Baktun in 2012, the same random physical variables after many cycles produce a common connection of other parallel universes necessary for the visible manifestation of our Universe, and therefore, intelligent information-processing emerges into our Universe and it will never die out as a result. It supports the scientific philosophy of our Lord Pakal Ahau, who was influenced by the teachings from one of his academic professors, Mario Bunge in his formative course Philosophy of Science, that “the spider is able now to observe and communicates beyond and outside the individual web.”
This idea is also additionally supported by the concept explained by R. H. Dicke’s 1961 article on ‘Dirac’s Cosmology and Mach’s Principle’, which proposes that the value of the Hubble age or how long the universe has been expanding, is limited by two values, the lower limit of the present value of the Hubble age is the age of the shortest lived stars, and the upper limit the age of the longest lived stars, and the biological requirements are constrained to meet the production and support of life in the universe. In other words, the spider’s web is old enough to maintain connection with similar webs so members of the same spider family can take advantage of the built system.
Lord Pakal Ahau has explained mathematically this concept in one of his published pages, ” The Mathematical Concept of the Maya Universe.” He has proposed that physical laws at least in our universe, use a common internal operator to produce synergysm. In simple terms, the process is validated with Synergetic Mathematics: a designed bunch of isolated parts connected through a mechanism to create a specific function in the system.
Returning to our assumptions, it is easy now to understand the first assumption that in our ‘infinite’ universe predicted by expansion, there are some civilizations which have spread across their galaxies and seem to contain a huge number of individuals and unless the percentage of such large civilizations is unreasonably small, most observers (or members of the same species) belong to them. This definition is proposed by cosmologist Ken D. Olum, from the Institute of Cosmology at the Tufts University in Massachussetts, in his 2004 article, “Conflict between anthropic reasoning and observation.” Thus, anthropic reasoning predicts that we should find ourselves in such large civilization, while in fact we do not perceive our function.
On the other hand, Lord Pakal explains this flaw by making an analogy with another piece of literature, “The Little Prince” written by French author and journalist, Antoine de Saint-Exupery in 1943. At first reading, the novel resembles a children’s tale, full of poetic riddles. One of the metaphors is the discovery by a human pilot of an intelligent civilization composed of one individual with the greatest ethics in the Universe and surviving on his tiny home planet because of his love to a rose covered by a glass container. The important philosophical observation by Lord Pakal is that to discover where we belong in the universe, you must look with your heart and not with your eyes to find where in the universe we should expect to find ourselves in relation to other intelligent civilizations.
The second general assumption of our essay is very disturbing but completely natural and logic by example, and we can infere based in the evolution of our Universe, that there exists another proportion of civilizations, primitive or intelligent, with similar humanoid characteristics and predispose to be aggresive in the colonization of space as it has been described by astrophysicist Dr. Beatriz Gato-Rivera in a 2005 article, “A Solution to the Fermi Paradox: The Solar System, are we part of a galactic hypercivilization?
From this set of aggresive civilizations, a subset of them can be categorized as civilizations like ours that depend on the same elements of our supporting life systems: carbon, hydrogen and other heavy elements, water, and molecular photosynthesis to produce oxygen. Therefore, a high probability of open contact would exist with these civilizations and not with non-aggressive civilizations if they continue to extend in large regions of different galaxies searching for the same environmental resources. Moreover, we share the opinion of Dr. Gato-Rivera that the Search of Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) should be replaced with the Search of Primitive Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SEPTI) and develop a better research system on how to camouflage our planet and our communication devices in the solar system to prevent the wrong alienigen contacts.
In closing, we are still in a premature phase about observations and investigation in space. As the Mayan astronomers understood our universe completes cycles of evolution and in every cycle our civilization has evolved from understanding space and time and integrating them in calendar tools to a permanent expansion in the research of galaxies and eventually in the colonization of space as well. The anthropic principle is real in our human intelligence. As Dr. Timothy Leary said in 1988, ” Intelligence defined as the accurate, flexible reception, processing and transmission of signals, has no place in a fear society. The most dangerous and the strongest are automatically the smartest. Life is an interstellar communication network. Life is disseminated through the galaxies as nucleotide templates. These ‘seeds’ land on planets, are activated by solar radiation, and evolve nervous systems able to create species. It is likely that extraterrestrial signals will be received by the instrument which has evolved over three billion years to pick up electromagnetic vibrations. The human brain itself. “
Are we in the verge of discovering our own anthropic principle in 2012 or do we have to wait for another cycle of 5,000 years?
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