Where is the universe expanding? The universe was planned and created to provide a suitable environment for humans. The theory of everything is a result of contemporary artistic research. It reveals the anthropic principle as a trap for humanity, while in the extreme conditions of the singularity, temporal and spatial structures change so much that the terms we use here lose their meaning. The anthropic principle was first formulated by a theoretical physicist, a man named Brandon Carter, in his paper at the Cracow Symposium on the 500th anniversary of the birth of Nicolaus Copernicus. The Anthropic Principle (AP) is a philosophical attempt to explain the fact that the values of the fundamental physical constants are in such ranges that allow for the emergence of intelligent life. Critics argue that it does not allow for falsification, representing a tautology (just as a finely tuned universe). They object that it is a selection bias just as any other anthropocentrism. Artists argue that a similar tautology can be overcome by repeating adequately emotionally felt facts.
What was before the singularity? We divide the questions into: (A) absolutely (tautologically) meaningless; and (B) relatively meaningless – empirically or theoretically. A new theory can make sense of old questions. Old questions may overcome new expectations, especially by seeking answers to questions of identity in our society of systematically marginalised identities. The identity of otherness in patriarchal politics, the cosmic non-binary body excluded from society and the family environment. The epistemologies of invisible paralysed corporealities and their emergency exits as resistance to an apathetic supremacist society. These are the main cosmological constants of the present. The inclusion of dominant institutions and their impossible decolonization “about us yet without us” in ethnological museums, cultural and social anthropology leads to the reinforcement of the positive myth of the Anthropocene. The future must be reconstructed through the practices and implementation of critical social discourses.