Prediction of Life and Happiness
I am not a philosopher, but I came up with a concept of a happiness prediction on 3rd Dec 2010, and since then, I have built following theory and method to predict one's life and happiness based on the energy spectrum.
How to Predict Your Life and Happiness.
Turbulent flows consist of various scales of vortexes. The smallest scale of a vortex might be tens of micrometers and some millimeters for the largest scale. In a fully developed turbulence field, you can define the energy of vortex (squares of the velocity fluctuations) as a function of a diameter (scale) of vortex. Interestingly, if you plot the energy, which is normalised using appropriate quantities, as a function of 1/scale of vortex, the plot (the energy spectrum) has similar variation to one anohter for any turbulence (Right figure).
I think one's life (or happiness) also consists of various scale of events: this time, the scale is not spatial, but time scale. For example,
I assume that the normalised energy spectrum of the happiness for a person also has a similar variation regardless of the national origin, sex or creed. Left figure shows the energy spectrum of happiness. It is noted that we do not know what the plot looks like, although the shape of the plot is a key in this theory. Under this assumption, I think of using this similarity of spectrum shape to predict a person's life, at least when he/she will be happy and when she/he will not be happy, and how happy (how unhappy) as following steps:
It should be noted that since the time has only one dimension contrary to the space, there is a direct relation between happiness spectrum and prediction of happiness in time. Now, I (we) know the steps to predict one's life in theory. However two most important things have to be solved before obtaining the predictions.
I'm very sure that the spectrum of the normalised happiness of human has a similar shape for any persons and we can get our own happiness prediction, which is accurate statistically. I would like to start to find what human happiness is, in order to get the factor to normalise happiness. The factor should be compatible with our life experiences.