The Ethics of the 21st Century Renaissance

The Ethics of the 21st Century Renaissance

The present goal of governments wanting to stay in power is to secure greater business opportunities and an expanding economy. This particular obsession with power disregards the future accumulation of unsustainable debt, resulting in inevitable demoralising chaos, and in continual conflict.

This science of chaos, is governed by the second law of thermodynamics, which Albert Einstein referred to as the ‘Premier Law of all of Science’. His colleague, Sir Arthur Eddington, called it the ‘Supreme Metaphysical Law of the Entire Universe’. In his most famous essay entitled ‘A Freeman’s Worship’, Lord Bertrand Russell wrote that we had no other choice but to worship the law in a total anguish of despair, devoid of any sustainable natural ethic arguing otherwise. Very recent scientific discoveries have confirmed that this philosophery of science was dangerously wrong.

These discoveries also validated the original basis of science, which was constructed in ancient Greece. The Platonic tradition of Geek philosophy had been used for centuries to fuse ethics into a model of creation called the Nous, postulated during the 5th Century BC by the father of cosmological science, Anaxagoras. He thought that a supreme creator of our world left our section of the universe in order to construct others elsewhere, leaving us with freewill to develop an ethical purpose for the evolution of life.

By the 3rd Century BC, the resulting Atomistic science derived from fusing ethics into the Nous, was taught at the Greek universities, The Lyceum and The Academy. The science became known as the ‘Science for Ethical Ends’, which was also compatible with the 3rd Century BC Atomistic ‘Science of universal love’, taught at the University, Ho Kepos.

When the Great Library of Alexandria was burned in 415 AD, most of the mathematical scrolls about these sciences were destroyed as the works of the Devil, plunging Western civilisation into the Dark Ages. As the new discoveries now demonstrate, we were literately left with a culture devoid of sustainable scientific ethics.

The Cornell University Library posted about one of these discoveries, made by two Chinese scientists in 2011. The scientists used mathematics to demonstrate that proteins in DNA continuously enfolded into shapes, in order to evolve in contradiction to the Einsteinian World-view. Ten years earlier, the Science-Art Research Centre of Australia, had predicted this protein phenomena to exist, an idea that had been derived from the Platonic Science for Ethical Ends.

The science of quantum mechanics has been accepted as being the basis of modern science since 1927. This science encompassed an erroneous concept of continual chaos, thought to lead eventually to the destruction of all life in the universe. In order to correct the destructive ramifications of this ‘Greed Energy Law’ governing current economics, politics, technology and quantum science, we must upgrade and modify quantum mechanics accordingly to the new discoveries.

Discoveries made by utilising nanotechnology, provide photographic evidence demonstrating that the evolutionary functioning of the molecule of emotion, discovered by Dr Candace Pert in 1972, does not obey the greed energy law at all. This demonstrates that global economic slavery is an unnatural and unethical greed driven obsession. The geometrical pattern of the dance of life is known to be based upon variations of the sacred geometries, used to produce a intuitive emotional pattern recognition transferred to and encoded in the emotion molecule. We can explain the cancerous nature of this obsession by showing that its mathematical logic is unable to generate healthy biological growth and development through space-time. This cancer-like growth is contrary to the mathematical functioning of the lost ethical science, which can generate healthy biological blueprints through space-time.

In 1990 the Science-Art Research Centre’s mathematics of life-energy was selected for reprinting as an important optical discovery of the 20th Century literature by the IEEE SPIE Milestone Series, the world’s largest technological research institute. This phenomenon had been alluded to by Einstein, as belonging to the mythological reality of Babylonian mathematical metaphysical conjecture. The first mythological mathematical structure of the Greek Nous was non regenerative, because its mythical creator was thought to have left our universe upon having completed its creation.

The prolonged application of consciously weaving ethics into the Nous’ mythical existence, transformed its original Euclidean mathematical structure into a dynamical geometrical living mathematical system. However, Einstein forbade the development of this Nous mathematics to be part of any living system. Although his mainstream world-view now accepts that the dynamical fractal mathematical logic extends to infinity, it refuses to link it to any life-science, because Einstein thought that the energies of chaos radiating away from dying star systems. would eventually bring about the cessation of all life. Therefore, according to Einstein, the living process could not possibly extend to infinity.

This reasoning is incorrect. The recent Cloud Chamber experiments at the CERN Hadron Collider demonstrated that cosmic radiation from dying novae, 30 million light years ago in the Milky-way, causes rain to fall on earth today. Furthermore, the process can be linked to the evolving formation of endocrine fluids within the molecule of emotion. The process of consciousness affecting the subatomic fabric of the material universe, the basis of quantum mechanics, was thought by Einstein to only obey the lifeless laws of the physical reality. The 1937 Nobel Laureate in Medicine, Szent-Gyorgyi, argued strongly to the contrary. He insisted that consciousness belonged to a second energy system by interacting with Einstein’s understanding of the energies of chaos. In ancient times, that second energy system was associated with a spiritual intuitive reality. Today it is known to belong to the functioning of the infinite holographic universe.

The Science-Art Research Centre’s Director of Bio-aesthetics, art appreciation theory, the late Dr George Cockburn, Royal fellow of Medicine, London, wrote a book titled A Bio-Aesthetic Key to Creative Physics and Art, analysing 200 years of painting methodology employed by Australian Art-masters. He concluded that some artists were compelled to paint by an innate inner sense of belonging to a holographic universe. Cockburn advanced the electromagnetic aesthetic theories of the philosopher Emmanuel Kant and modified them to derive a mathematical understanding about Kant’s Godlike electromagnetic ethic for perpetual peace on earth. Cockburn’s conclusions were similar to the work of the mathematician Bernard Bolzano, who had also developed mathematical theories about ethics through a correction to Kant’s work. In the past, some scholars had used Kant’s aesthetic theories to develop a mathematics for perpetual economic growth and development, which, as already explained, ins now considered to be socially carcinogenic. The difference between aesthetics and ethics is explainable through an entanglement between the quantum mechanical reality and the holographic reality of the now emerging quantum biology.

Following Dr Cockburn’s death, the Science-Art Centre used his mathematical electromagnetic definition of the creative Nous, to locate their optical properties within the modern manufacture of various 3-D viewing glasses. The relevant glasses, when used to view paintings, transformed some of them into holographic images. By using these glasses to view computer images of complex dynamical systems, within the scientific book entitled, The Beauty of Fractals, it was discovered that these pictures became vivid holographic images. Within this book, a chapter called Freedom, Science and Aesthetics, was written by the eminent scientist Professor Gert Eilenberger. He stated: ‘That is part of the excitement surrounding these pictures; they demonstrate that out of research an inner connection, a bridge, can be made between rational scientific insight and emotional aesthetic appeal; these two modes of cognition of the human species are beginning to concur in their estimation of what constitutes nature.’

This optical bridge is the one that the molecular biologist, Sir C P Snow spoke of in his famous Rede lecture at Cambridge University in 1959. Unless that bridge between modern science and the ancient Greek Humanities’ ethical knowledge was constructed, the Einsteinian understanding of the law of chaos must collapse global civilisation. It is also the basis of Buckminster Fuller’s warning, that unless we developed the energies of two universal energy systems, instead of Einstein’s single system of chaos, then oblivion would result. The lost pagan mathematics can now be linked to the quantum entanglement between quantum mechanics and quantum biology, to show that modern science, technology, politics and economics have no long term sustainable ethical content.

It is nonsense to continue to prevent this issue from being researched because it had been erroneously classified during the 5th Century as the work of the Devil. This was because the mathematical understanding, once taught in the Mystery Schools of Babylon, belonged to the worship of the Goddess Ishtar. The attack upon the mathematical teachings by St Augustine followed, because the Bible had linked such mathematics to the worship of the Whore of Babylon. The use of sacred geometries had been used in the Babylonian ceremonial worship of Ishtar, the Goddess of prostitution and war. However, the sacred geometrical mathematics taught in the teaching of the ancient Egyptian Goddess Maat, was about mercy, compassion and justice and the prevention of the universe from reverting to chaos.

Buckminster Fuller derived his spiritual, optical engineering, mathematical world-view, from the Egyptian school of mythical mathematics. Whereas, Lord Bertrand Russell and Albert Einstein developed theirs from the mathematics developed from ancient Babylon. The reader can confirm that Fuller derived his synergistic universe from the Platonic spiritual mathematics developed from the Egyptian Mystery Schools, by reading Harvard University’s Novatis Professor Amy Edmonson’s, free 1987 on line edition of her book entitled The Fuller Explanation-The Synergetic Geometry of R Buckmister Fuller, Chapter 4, pages 36 and 37.

No matter how clever our obsolete mathematics becomes, the more damage it causes. For example some scientists are realising that the three Nobel Prizes awarded for mathematical economic logic in 1994, appear to have brought about the collapse of the former Soviet Union and the mathematics is now collapsing the global economy. This example of chaotic mind over the functioning of mathematical matters can be adversely compared with the ethical mathematics upholding the lost Science for Ethical Ends.

The above-mentioned Professor Eilenberger’s chapter about Freedom, Science and Aesthetics is derived from the ancient Greek ‘Science for Ethical Ends’. When Pythagoras introduced light into the Greek ‘Music of the spheres’ concept, he used the ethics of Egyptian political teaching. His Egyptian spiritual concept of liberty is now depicted on the Great Seal of America.

During the 18th and 19th Century, philosophers of science, such as Kant, Oersted, Schelling and Humboldt, realised that the Pythagorean ethical spiritual mathematics was alluding to their much later discoveries, related to their electromagnetic environmental reality. Schelling corrected Kant’s religious concept of the Godlike electromagnetic ethic for perpetual peace on earth, by linking it directly to the scientific principles upholding the pagan ‘Science for Ethical Ends’. These scientists were searching for a force to be harnessed, to make Faraday’s electric motor seem a child’s toy by comparison. Scientists from around the world have now constructed various aspects of the electromagnetic ethic that fits together to make such an electromagnetic model of reality feasible.

An electromagnetic motor drives the tail of the sperm to the ovum. Upon entering, it is transformed by the feminine electromagnetic field. into the cellular centriole. The centriole energises the first bone created in the embryo, the sphenoid (known in alchemy as the Golden Mean). The sphenoid bone vibrates with the seashell Golden Mean design of the cochlea, using the same life-energy forces as those discovered by the Science-Art Centre, during the 1980s. This then creates the electromagnetic functioning responsible for evolving consciousness, as has been derived from the Greek Music of the Spheres concept by the Texas University scientist, Dr Richard Merrick, as is explained in minute detail within his book entitled, Interference.

Nanotechnology is helping to outline the relevant ethical technology, which is unimaginable to scientists who are locked into the mindset of those obsessed with the physical functioning of the greed energy law. The term, ‘greed energy law’ was used by the anthropologist, Dr Maria Montessori, listed in TIME Magazine’s Century of Science, as the greatest scientist for 1907. Her work with the Jesuit Priest, Tieldhardt de Chardin, who also challenged the single energy system of Einstein’s world-view, was derived from the electromagnetic theories of Immanuel Kant. Montessori established a particular teaching system to explain how the creative thinking of young children developed outside the influence of parental and religious psychological input.

During the 21st Century, the Science-Art Research Centre began to focus upon creating a Social Cradle to assist the more rigorous research of the Florentine New Measurement of Humanity Project at Florence University. On the 24th of September 2010, the quantum chemists, Professors Paolo Manzelli and Massimo Pregnolato, were awarded the Giorgio Napolitano Medal on behalf of the Republic of Italy for their quantum biological research discoveries. This was internationally declared as the birth date of the 21st Century Renaissance.

Together, with their colleagues, they have extended the organisation, Art Quantum International, to further the Italian Science-Art research. In June 2012, the Science-Art Research Centre printed the book entitled, The 21st Century Renaissance, using the pioneering history of Science-Art Research in Australia to introduce the human survival ethical ethos of the Florentine Project. This book contains a chapter written by a Dr of International Law, outlining how UNESCO and the United Nations can upgrade Immanuel Kant’s failed vision of an ethical League of Nations, in order to implement his ennobling electromagnetic ethical ethos. A Doctor of Medicine has written to support the legal text, with the general ethical concept endorsed by a UNESCO Chair for World Peace and by the Electrical Engineer who headed the development of the Telefunken Communications Complex in Europe.

It is well known that scholars throughout the world are developing similar concepts about the new ethical science and technology. If they can somehow merge their intuitive endeavours for critical debate, within the structure of the 21st Century Renaissance, they may well combine to advance science for the betterment of the global human condition, under its ethical umbrella.

© Professor Robert Pope

Advisor to the President Oceania and Australasia of the Institute for Theoretical Physics and Advanced Mathematics (IFM) Einstein-Galilei

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