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1 Stabilizing Global System & Global Ethic Osamu Yoshida, Ph.D. At the 2nd Confe r ence Global System Ethic Association On December 3, 2006 At Toyo University Osamu Yoshida, Ph.D. At the 2nd Confe r ence Global System Ethic Association On December 3, 2006 At Toyo University

2 Global Problematique & Its Solutions 1. Global Problematique 2. Global System Syndrome 3. Global Ethic Illnesses 4. Global Solutions

3 Cosmic Calendar 10 bill. yrs. ago 15 bill. yrs. ago Birth of Milky Way Big Bang 1 MayApr.Mar.Feb.Jan.

4 宇宙カレンダー 3.2bill. yrs. ago 4. 7 bill. yrs. ago Oldest Fossil Birth of the Sun 9 Oct.Sept.Aug.JulyJune 4.5bill. yrs. ago Birth of the Earth Photo- synthesis 20 3bill. yrs. ago 14

5 Cosmic Calendar 1 十二月 Nov. Genuine nucleus organisms 1. 5 bill. yrs. ago Poly-cell organisms 1bill. yrs. ago Vertebrata 0.5bill. yrs. ago Mammals 0.2bill. yrs. ago Plant/animal division 1.2bill. yrs. ago 6 Dec.

6 Cosmic Calendar 1 Plants landing 0.4bill. yrs. ago Polycell organisms 1bill. yrs. ago 脊椎動物 5億年前 31 (25) Mammals 0.2bill. yrs. ago Plant/animal division 1.2bill. yrs. ago 6 Dec (22) Primates 5mil. yrs. ago Hominids 2mil. yrs. ago Mass extinction 1 (Mass ext. 3) (Mass ext. 4) Mass ext. 5 Mass extinction 2

7 Our growing population Population Change from

8 World energy consumption pattern World Energy Consumption between World Primary Energy Consumption since 1970, projected to 2025

9 AD Earth’s Shrinking Biosphere Currently, the Earth is the only home we have With each new person added to our growing population, the amount of our living space decreases Land Area hectare per/capita

10 FORESTS Earth’s shrinking forestland (Ha per capita)

11 Increase of atmospheric carbon dioxide Carbon dioxide levels have risen by 30% in the last 200 years. The IPCC projects that, if unchecked, atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations will range from 650 to 970 ppm by about 365 ppm

12 Dramatic changes in Arctic Sea Ice Imagine an ice-free Arctic

13 Ozone Hole Darkest blue areas represent regions of maximum ozone depletion

14 Extreme Events World Map of Historical Earthquakes

15 Images taken between April 29 and May 5, 2005 shows dust from the Gobi Desert crossing the Pacific, well on its way to North America Dust traveling over the Pacific

16 Lake Chad, Nigeria, Niger, Chad, Cameroon Challawa Gorge Dam, Nigeria Lake Nakuru, Kenya Lake Victoria, Uganda Lesotho Highlands Water Project, Lesotho Aral Sea, Kazakhstan Lake Balkhash, Kazakhstan Kara- Bogaz -Gol (KBG), Turkmenistan WATER AND LAKES Estimated global water loss in irrigation Source: FAO

17 Dec. 2004: Tsunami devastated the region of Banda Aceh Indian Ocean Tsunami: Devastated Banda Aceh Serene Banda Aceh

18 Bam, Iran: City destroyed by earthquake A 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck southeastern Iran on 26 December 2003, killing over people, injuring , leaving homeless and destroying much of the city of Bam, the earthquake’s epicenter

19 Mozambique under water 2000: Due to severe flooding, half a million people were made homeless and 700 lost their lives 22 August 1999: Mozambique under normal conditions 1 March 2000: Mozambique under water

20 World’s worst nuclear accident The Chernobyl nuclear accident killed more than 31 people immediately More than people from 213 villages and cities were relocated outside the contamination zone Much of the farmland surrounding the plant was heavily contaminated with radioactive nuclides and was subsequently abandoned

21 Dramatic changes in Huang He Delta, China Images show the mouth of the Yellow River and the emergence of a huge parrot-headed peninsula : Huang He’s yellow color is the result of huge loads of sediments

22 Changes in Huang He Delta, China From 1989 to 1995 the Yellow River delta area grew From 1995 to 2000 the Yellow River delta area shrank Credit: NASA Earth Observatory

23 Replacement of mangroves by aquaculture in Thon Buri, Thailand : Area is caught in the battle between needs of people versus the welfare of the coastal areas 2002: Shows extensive aquaculture ponds (blue patches inland)

24 Sundarban: Largest mangrove forest of the world, India/Bangladesh Forest degradation has been occurring in many parts of Sundarbans Shrimp farming is a major threat to mangrove forests

25 3 Revolutions of Humans 1st Religious Rev. 2.5mil. yrs. ago 2nd Life Rev. 20 yrs. ago 1st Religious Rev. 2.5mil. yrs. ago 2nd Life Rev. 20 yrs. ago 1st Urban Rev. 5 mil. yrs. ago 2nd National Rev. 200 yrs. ago 1st Urban Rev. 5 mil. yrs. ago 2nd National Rev. 200 yrs. ago 1st Agricultural Rev. 10 mil. yrs. ago 2nd Industrial Rev. 25 0 yrs. ago 1st Agricultural Rev. 10 mil. yrs. ago 2nd Industrial Rev. 25 0 yrs. ago Production Rev. Social Rev. Spiritual Rev.

26 5 Calamities of Civilization Delusion, Bondage, Discrimination, Exploitation, War CultureBlisses Calamities Robbing of limited matter/power Sharing of limitless mind/life Civilization Competition, Conflict, War Symbiosis, Collaboration, Peace 5 Blisses of Culture Awakening, Freedom, Equality, Love, Peace

27 Pyramidal Civilization min d life powe r ego ECO greed, anger, ignorance discrimination, exploitation, killing production, consumption, wasting deterioration, depletion, pollution malfunction, abnormality, extinction matter

28 Pyramidal Civilization matter 命 力 power delusion action suffering mind life Three Steps

29 Problems of Civilization Civilization Realm men over- population class-crime-war Ideology-ism-WMD Fanaticism-nationalism Mass-production/consumption /wasting/pollution/depletion/damage /disorder/disease/deterioration/disease Animal Field Life Realm Loss of life/species/life function/habitat/biodiversity/ Adaptability/invasion of new species/disturbance of system Plant Field Loss of forests//coral reefs/lakes/marshes/rivers/streams/ vitality/resistance-disease-dislocation-deterioration-destruction-demise Life Field global warming ・ loss of land/glacier/iceberg/water-sealevelrise-dissertification- pollution of air/water/earth-depletion of resources/ozone layer-abnormal weather/season

30 System Network Indra-net Every crystal reflecting all others limitlessly

31 宗教間 組織 sea current stop vitality loss CO 2 increase warming climate change habitat change species extinction abnormal weather Mal- adjust ment bio- diversity loss disasters 難民 犯罪 social problems re- soures loss Ecnomic problems wars poverty star- vation illness sea level rise species change Indra-net Systemic Reflections (CO 2 Case)

32 5 Fictitious Bodies Mutual influence

33 5 Fictitious Bodies ’ Transformation NGO Life- long education Information Revolution Mutual Development NPO Inter- religious dialog

34 5 Fictitious Bodies ’ Transformation NGO Information Networking Centerless centers Mutual Interpenetration NPO Inter-religious cooperation Lifelong education Global interchange

35 System Analysis: 5S Subsystem Super-system Supreme-system System Set Structure Segment

36 System Syndrome: 5S Synergy Speed Size System Syndrome Stress Stratification

37 System Stigma: 5S Specialization Standardization Simplification System Stigma Stupefication Separation

38 3 Error Types Post Pre Mundus ( Perceptual- conceptual ) A-mundus Macro Micro Temporal Dimensional Spatial

39 Pleasure 3 Steps to Suffering Sufferin g Delusion Action Awakening Global System/Truth Global/Ethic Global/Peace 3 Steps to Peace-pleasure

40 Paradigm Shift: 5P Practice Participation Priority Perspective Paradigm Shift Penetration

41 Life Shift: 5C Cooperation Compassion Communication Consciousness Life Shift Commitment

42 Truth & Ethic Requirements System EthicMatter Information Dynamic Preventive Fundamental Total

43 Truth & Ethic of Life System MatterGeneration No killing No stealing No lying No sexualmisconduct Information LIFE

44 Declaration toward a Global Ethic 4 Irrevocable Directives 1. non- violence & respect for life 2. solidarity & just economic order 3. tolerance & a life of truthfulness 4. equal rights & partnership between men and women Parliament of World’s Religions, Chicago, 1993 Commitment to the culture of

45 Truth & Ethic of Global System Global System Material flow Information flow 5 S 1. Systemic 2. Sustainable 3. Saving 4. Safe 5. Simple 5 L 1. Law 2. Life 3. Love 4. Liberation 5. Lieless 5 R 1. Reduce 2. Reuse 3. Recycle 4. Rearrange 5. Restore 5 A 1. Access 2. Assess 3. Agree 4. Act 5. Advise Global Ethic

46 A Clear Crystal Ball - realizing the whole world in “a cypress tree”-

47 一顆明珠


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