It is encouraging to me that someone else came to the same basic conclusion as I did following my observation of a total solar eclipse in India in 1995.
The basic thesis of TPP is that the best places for intelligent observers are also the best places for observing.
“There is some kind of primordial connection that we have to eclipses that is very hard to account for.”
When the sky goes dark at mid-day, people notice.
The basic idea is that meeting the requirements for the habitability of the Earth for observers makes it more likely that solar eclipses are possible.