Human Lifespan is 660 Years

Human Lifespan is 660 Years

Physical constitution made in a period of 580 years (Fig. 2-1, Torus Space)

A:Observation 1‐Ten months period of pregnancy
Cicadas spend most of their lives underground 2 to 17 years depending on the species.
After emerging from the ground, cicadas, also called imagoes, may only last 1-2weeks mostly. We feel pity for their short life because we pay attention to lifetime of cicadas using the clocks which move at a constant speed.
This example presents a question, that is, is it right understanding to take lifetime of cicadas, only after emerging from the ground, from a standpoint of the constant speed? The constant speed is proper to measure substances like airplanes and such high speed trains as Shinkansen, however, not proper to measure bio systems because they grow in variable speed. I doubt present way of calculation of human lifespan, 80 years in average, which is measured by the constant speed and excluded duration of the pregnancy

B:Concept of time‐mechanical time and internal life time
First of all, assuming that concept of time is divided roughly into two categories, they are defined mechanical time and internal life time in my view.
Mechanical time means the time adopted in the world today, that is, a constant rhythm created by the universe and converted into movements of the clock hands. Therefore, the clock hands keep on moving mechanically at uniform speed, unrelated to matters like activities of psychological conditions and physical changes.
In the meantime, internal life time contains psychological and physiological time. Psychological time is subjective time, in this case, which is felt mechanical time to be long when we are sad and short when happy. Psychological time does not pass at constant speed. Physiological time depends on each restoring force of cells. Elderly people and children have individually different natural healing power for wounds, for example.

C:Concept of space‐torus space
Secondary, concept of space should be examined.
To do that, cicadas are described additionally and space is reconsidered. Therefore, it is necessary to consider a torus (Fig. 2-1, Torus Space). In the Fig. 2-1, A is underground world, where cicadas lived, and B is terrestrial world. Both A and B are not contrastive each other and are cross sections of a torus space. These two worlds, underground A and terrestrial B have nothing in common. However, these two worlds of A and B are unified in a torus space when both A and B move in three dimensional space. Considering a world of terrestrial B, we feel pity as we understand life time of cicadas to be only 1-2 weeks. In unified space of torus, the creature cicadas may enjoy entirely their lives in a world of underground A and pass away to a world of terrestrial B. If A’ is regarded a real sections in unified space of torus, to put it in an extreme way, for cicadas, the world of underground is real one and the world of terrestrial is that of after death. Thus, space should not be considered as one cross section.

D: Observation 2
Today, human lifespan is 80years in average, which is counted with foregoing mechanical time (clock’s time), in the world of terrestrial, one section of space. However, why do some persons look psychologically and physiologically younger than actual ages in mechanical time? Every human being develops and grows its mass approximately three billion times from a fertilized egg to an unborn child in the womb of a mother, in the world A. After birth, he/she lives nearly 80 years (in mechanical time, hereinafter referred to as m.t.) old in the terrestrial world B. Consequently, human lifespan is 80.8years old (0.8+80), which is a total of ages in the womb and afterbirth, judging from such unified form as torus space and mechanical time.
Especially, in 10 months (10÷12≒0.8years old, m.t.) of pregnancy, unborn babies are assumed to be affected external environment of the womb and internal one like amniotic fluid, cells and hormone, which are made from food.
However, as is well known, human average lifespan is said to be 80 years calculated by physical time, in the terrestrial world B. Even more, if human lifespan is calculated by internal life time, not by mechanical time, in unified space of torus, what result comes out?

E: Observation 3 (Fig. 2-2, Human Lifespan is 660 Years-①)
Assuming that a baby with weighted 3kg grows into an adult weighing 60kg during 80 years (m.t.), its mass has increased at 20 times in 80 years (m.t.). This is greatly different that a fertilized egg grows 3billion times the mass to become a baby in 0.8years (m.t.). Paying attention to this point, let human lifespan to be reconsidered with defining internal life time by using the following measure. Then, I will examine that eating habits have significant impact on children’s constitution from a standpoint of the index logarithm theory of mathematics.

F: Calculation theory of age; 0.8Years is 580Years (Table 2-3, Human Lifespan is 660Years -②)
It is assumed that the moment of conception when father’s sperm fertilizes mother’s egg, carrying the genes that pass hereditary features, marks the beginning of human lifespan.
After fertilization the single cell splits into two, then two cells double to four, four to eight and so on. It is assumed that it takes one year old of internal life time the cell to double the number. After the baby grows 20 times the mass on the terrestrial during 80 years,
he/she becomes an aged person. Certainly, there is few increase of mass at the stage of adult. Moreover, growth rate in a period from a baby to aged person is regarded as constant, since there is fewer increase of mass compared to rapid cell divisions in an unborn baby. The 80 years (m.t.), a period that a baby grows to aged person, corresponds to 4.3 years in internal life time, according to the calculation as described in the above table 2-3. In contrast, a fertilized egg grows and develops 3 billion times the mass in 10 months pregnancy period and emerges as a baby to terrestrial world B. This 10 months period corresponds to 31 years in internal life time by calculating it as shown in the table 2-3
Secondary, 4.3 years in internal life time, a period that a baby grows to aged person, corresponds to 80 years in mechanical time. Therefore, 31 years in internal life time, a period that a fertilized egg develops to unborn baby, corresponds to 580 years in mechanical time. That is, 0.8 year (10 months) in internal life time equivalents to 580 years in mechanical time.
Consequently, human lifespan is 660 years, the sum obtained by adding 580 years in the womb to 80 years after birth. When viewed from one cross section in torus space, human lifespan is said generally 80 years in average, however, it becomes 660 years in unified torus space, converted mechanical time to internal life time and then reconverted it to mechanical time again.
As mentioned above, a way of thinking and looking at things are greatly changed depending on what kind of measure we employ. Thus come to think of it, 580 years is a period when a fertilized egg is affected by force generated from nourishment (body fluid, cells and hormone) and basic constitution is formed.

It is not necessary to give up that the constitution is unable to be improved
To emphasize 580 years mentioned above might be partial to the unborn child education and denies education at high schools, colleges and universities. However, as many educators point out, there are wide disparity in the academic ability between students at high schools and universities. This is also true at nursery schools and primary schools. Therefore, a lot of people would recognize that education of the lower grades at primary schools is important. We should consider how to educate children based on their individuality and ability difference. It is a question that all children’s abilities are equal.
Certainly, equal opportunity for education is not denied. Education of the higher grades is different essentially from that of lower one.
As above mentioned, some parts of ability difference might have to be given up, as physical constitution are already formed by genetic inheritance in the gestation period of 580 years. However, health care and education can improve children’s abilities and constitutions, that is, besides improving external environment and training, inherited physical constitution and learning ability which are becoming unhealthy, can be changed
by thinking much of internal life force. Therefore, some parts of constitution can be improved by four elements: dietary habit, education, exercise and mental activity, which affect internal environment and internal life force. Actually, cells created in 580 years have never fixed or standstill even for an instant. They have continued to change dynamically and fluidly. In consequence, violent tendency which would express internal life force, lowering ability caused by degeneration of nerve cells and such symptoms of the entire body as stiff shoulders, headache, allergic rhinitis and fracture which are spreading to ordinary students, should not be given up as constitution since birth
We need to review today’s health and educational issues fundamentally by this way of understanding of time.

A Method to Improve Physical Condition by Food (Second Measure)

Seesaw system of acidity and alkalinity

A: Acid food and alkaline food
At first, evaluation criteria to judge acid food or alkaline food depends on type and amount of minerals contained in the food. Generally, food contains higher amount of such chemical elements as calcium (Ca), sodium (Na), potassium (K), iron (Fe) and magnesium (Mg) than phosphorus (P), chlorine (Cl) and sulfur (S), which make phosphoric acid, hydrochloric acid and sulfuric acid and show acidity in our body, are called alkaline food. Conversely, acid food contains higher amount of phosphorus, chlorine and sulfur etc. than calcium, sodium, potassium, iron and magnesium.
Alkaline food, nevertheless, contains chemical elements which show acidity. These two large classification has general tendency with few exceptions. Namely, alkaline foods are mostly food of plant origin as seaweed, and fruits, with the exception of such grains as buck wheat and wheat and asparagus, chestnut and laver. These foods of plant origin are acid food. Furthermore, another general tendency is that acid foods are mostly animal foods as egg yolk, herring roe, meat and seafood, with the exception of human milk and caw milk, which are neutral or weakly alkaline. 
Then、strength of alkalinity and acidity of alkaline and acid foods naturally depend on amount of contained minerals. Therefore, acidity and alkalinity are converted numerical forms of them. Namely, acidity and alkalinity of foods are determined by larger amount of chemical elements which exhibit alkaline (Ca, K, Na, Mg and Fe) or acid (S, P and Cl) contained in each food. Accordingly, seaweed15.60 alkalinity is expressed as +15.6 and egg yolk 18.80 acidity as -18.80, for example. The tables created in this way are Food Composition Tables (published by Dai-Ichi Publishing Co. Ltd.,). This study is based on “Table 3-2, Foods alkalinity table”.
Incidentally, it seems incorrect that deciding whether it is acid food or alkaline food based only on amount of chemical elements. The reason is that there are such exceptional foods as pickled plum and refined sugar. Refined sugar is not shown in “Table 3-2”, however, once it enter in our body, it consumes calcium and acidifies the blood. Naturally, homeostasis work in healthy body. On the contrary, pickled plum is strong acidic food, of which unripe one contains hydrocyanic acid. People wisely make its acidity weak by exposing it to sunlight and adding perilla and natural salt, which has PH7.7 weak alkali.
Moreover, pickled plum is acidic, however, it works as alkaline conversely in our body. Therefore, in the specific external environment that soil in Japan is acid, the blood is inclined to weak acidic by refined sugar and excess overeating of animal foods, we should not rely only on the regulation mechanism of our body fluids, but also it is very important that we should know what kind of foods have strong acidity or alkalinity and what kind of foods represent acid or alkaline in our body.
As mentioned above, internal environment of our body would affect internal life force and food works maximally to make our internal environment (body fluids and cellular tissue). In this paper, food is examined in terms of minerals, which work as component of our body tissue and various physiological effects, not from the view point of calorie science as the amount and power of conventional three major nutrients. Namely, this paper examines food from the standpoint of acid and alkaline food, which would affect children having rich internal life force. Moreover it is shown in “Table 3-3, Acid Food and Alkaline Food”.

B: Seesaw system of acidity and alkalinity (Table 3-4, Seesaw System of Acidity and Alkalinity of Foods)
Table 3-4 shows second evaluation criteria. This table has been remarked, in reference to “Table 3-2, Food Composition table”, to understand balance of food as seesaw.
What we can find from this Table are described below:

1.As previously mentioned, acid foods include egg yolk, herring roe, fish with red flesh and grain cereals, while alkaline foods include seeweed, fruits and green and yellow vegetables.

2. Egg has highest acidity. Human milk and caw milk are weak alkaline foods, which are given to babies.

3. Some traditional processed foods are close to zero acidity and alkalinity everywhere in the world. That is miso (fermented soybean paste), say sauce, soybean curd and yellow picked radish in Japan and cheese in western countries are examples of well-balanced processed foods.

4. In sea foods, large fishes with red flesh, which have hemoglobin and myoglobin, are generally higher acidity than small fishes of white flesh and shell fishes.

5. In general, staple food is high acidity and supplementary food is high alkalinity. Moreover, fruits for dessert are also high alkalinity.

6. Japanese Sake and beer are acid foods as they are same kind of grain cereals. Tea, wine and coffee high alkalinity foods.

7. American and European meals are well-balanced one from a viewpoint of the seesaw system of acidity and alkalinity, without thinking about fat and cholesterol. In contrast, Japanese meal, which can control fat and cholesterol by eating seeweed, hijiki and shiitake mushroom, is generally difficult to balance of acidity and alkalinity.

8. European meal is easy to balance acidity and alkalinity, excluding fat and cholesterol, as soil and water in Europe are alkaline. Japanese meal, which is high acidity, needs to take seeweed and vegetables to balance acidity and alkalinity as soil and water in Japan are inclined to acidic.