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Prospect of Astrobiophilosophy for the next generation and the future.: Where do we come from? Where are we now? Endless practices before becoming a wonderful global citizen

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The proposal for a new human lifestyle based on astrobiophilosophy is presented in this article. Astrobiophilosophy is fundamentally based on the theory of quantum mechanics. Academic knowledge can be described in the following hierarchy of sciences: physics, chemistry, biology, psychology, and philosophy. All living organisms on Earth have their origin in the environment of the planet and, after their death, these organisms again form part of the environment. Based on scientific evidence, it has been observed that the cycle of life on Earth depends on the circulation of atoms and molecules through processes such as biogeochemical cycles. Earth can be described as a high-dimensional environmental giant life which has survived for 3.8 billion years. Human beings should take the role of pilot for this spaceship Earth and always participate in the endless practice to be wonderful global citizens.

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