Anthropic principle, at least in laymen explanations that I have encountered so far, sounds something like "the physical universe suits us exceptionally well because among all the possibilities we, the observers, tautologically encounter the one that can support us."
I was wondering whether this principle can be applied to specific observers. That is, suppose that Shroedinger performs his thought experiment with himself, rather than his cat. Would the anthropic principle imply from Shroedinger's viewpoint that he would always survive, at least according to many-worlds interpretation?
How about this setting, assuming many-worlds interpretation: two people decided to divorce by proceeding with their lives as window&widower in separate universes. They create a setup similar with Shroedingers, except that 2 boxes have been created in such a way that a person in exactly one of them would get killed, depending how a certain superposition collapses. Then the unhappy couple enters the chambers. Does the anthropic principle imply that each of them would experience the exiting the chamber as the sole surviving spouse?