List of numbered figures

List of Extensions


About the author


  1. Prologue
    1. The principle in 19 illustrations
    2. Predecessors with the same idea


  1. Anatomy determines intelligence
    1. The principle
    2. Anatomy determines the level of intelligence
    3. The hand as the driving force behind intelligence
    4. Programmed animals, printed circuit boards, arsenal and sit-codes


  1. The human timeline
    1. The idea for a timeline
    2. Choice of candidates


  1. The foundations of intelligence
    1. Explanation of animal behaviour
    2. Creatio plus
    3. Creatio PCB
    4. Creatio abstract
    5. Memory board and ability plus
    6. Creatio trial-and-error
    7. New manipulations by chance
    8. Additio, storing new manipulations for reuse
    9. Intelligence growth and intelligence number
    10. Creative intelligence and habitat
    11. Continued construction of the arsenal
    12. Object manipulations
    13. Manipulation and technique
    14. Summary and initial conclusion


  1. The role of social behaviour and language in the growth of intelligence
    1. Living in groups
    2. Means of communication
    3. How spoken language became possible
    4. Spoken language necessary for passing on stone tool techniques
    5. Forming words from phons
    6. Forming sentences from words
    7. The Soul, social behaviour, the manipulation of congeners
    8. The Soul initiates new manipulations
    9. Moving from A to B is a manipulation
    10. Summary and conclusion


  1. The arboreal existence, intelligence sailing into life (60-6 Ma ago)
    1. The anatomical and mental developments, up to and including the chimpanzee
    2. The list of observed manipulations
    3. Assessment of technique, communication and social intelligence
    4. The value of the exercise
    5. Discussion and conclusion


  1. The Emergence of Homo sapiens ‘aestheticus’ (6–0.03 Ma ago)
    1. Cradle of humanity
    2. Anatomical consequences due to the transition towards living on the ground
    3. The bipedal creature became a scavenger
    4. Cobblestones as tools
    5. The Stone Age
    6. The technical human
    7. The social human being, being good to each other
    8. The social human, who manipulates others
    9. Level of well-being
    10. Towards a continent with new challenges
    11. Emergence of Homo sapiens ‘aestheticus’
    12. Summary and conclusion


  1. Homo sapiens ‘aestheticus scriptor’ (0.005 Ma – present day)
    1. The history of writing
    2. The history of arithmetic
    3. Arithmetic calls for other types of brain capacity
    4. The Distinctios at the basis of arithmetic
    5. The clay tablet opened new avenues for arithmetic
    6. From arithmetic to mathematics
    7. With the emergence of science, the arsenal acquired an additional function
    8. The emergence of science and the role of mathematics
    9. The intelligence number expanded with calculation and science boards
    10. External memory boards because of writing
    11. Creation of letters
    12. Brain capabilities in the new era
    13. Western Europeans benefited from the discoveries in other civilisations
    14. Summary and conclusion


  1. The intelligence number for animals and humans
    1. Cohabitation between humans and animals
    2. Intelligence of animals that are not along the timeline
    3. Chimpanzee, the animal on the timeline
    4. Humans
    5. The IN for Technique intelligence
    6. The IN for Communication intelligence
    7. The IN for Social Intelligence
    8. The IN for Mathematics Intelligence
    9. The IN for Organization Intelligence
    10. Humans and their habitat
    11. Summary and conclusion


  1. Final phase of the development of intelligence
    1. Distribution of Technique intelligence among a population
    2. Growth intelligence gaining momentum
    3. Learning ability and ability plus
    4. Growth in intelligence without evolution
    5. The ratio between inherited and growth intelligence
    6. The plausibility of growth intelligence
    7. The time before and after the emergence of growth intelligence
    8. Through specialisation, new manipulations were created that were no longer passed on
    9. Finiteness of the capacity for intelligence
    10. The finishing line in the development of intelligence
    11. Intelligence in the current era
    12. The future of humans
    13. Intelligence was already present from the primeval cell
    14. The secret of thinking
    15. The likelihood of intelligent life forms on exoplanets is very small
    16. Summary and conclusion


  1. Concluding contemplations
    1. Plausibility of Theory F
    2. Testing the Creatios and Distinctios against the scientific definition of intelligence
    3. New genes, not made to order
    4. The habitats that helped shape human development
    5. Theory F and science
    6. The body determines the mind
    7. Finally




Appendix 1 Geology

  1. The Earth’s crust
  2. Sediments
  3. Geological eras


Appendix 2 Palaeontology

  1. Fossils
  2. Primates and hominids
  3. Fossil find locations


Appendix 3 The human

  1. Anatomy of the human brain
  2. Evolution and genes
  3. The evolution of the hand
  4. The speech organ
  5. Western culture