Synergistic Renaissance Environmental Science
Buckminster Fuller and Sir CP Snow warned that the existing lopsided understanding of the second law of thermodynamics was accelerating civilization toward global disaster. To avoid that disaster, modern science needed to meet with the biological sciences of the Classical Greek Era Humanities. A question arises, is it possible for the Arts to build a Social Cradle to help ensure that this reunification occurs in time to prevent such global chaos? This article argues that there is a relevant environmental science foundation to accomplish that task. It can become the basis to sustain such a cradle and the culture of Western arts begins to realize the responsibility of its construction.
The concept is that evolution functions as a universal negentropic process, expressing the infinite properties of fractal geometric logic. The Encyclopedia of Human Thermodynamics defines the energy of the life sciences as synergy, providing a definition in complete contradiction to Einstein’s claim that all science must be governed by the second law of thermodynamics. The library of NASA’s High Energy Astrophysics Division has published articles showing that classical Greek life science was based on fractal logic, in which case not all life will be destroyed by order of the second law of the thermodynamics.
Sir Isaac Newton’s unpublished articles, discovered last century, specifically balanced the current mechanistic entropic worldview with a deeper natural philosophy of science. Newton’s principles of equilibrium were not only an expression of fractal logic, but were the very principles that ancient Greek life science once championed. It is foolish that the influential relics of the Inquisition classify Newton’s science of equilibrium as a criminally insane heresy. However, many eminent Western scientists still believe that all life must be destroyed according to the dictates of Einstein’s main law of all science.
Arthur C. Clark’s televised documentary, Factals: Colors of Infinity, featured several eminent scientists, including Benoit Mandelbrot. The famous Mandelbrot fractal equation was rightly hailed as the greatest mathematical discovery in human history. Arthur Clark then explains that fractal logic actually extends to infinity, adding the comment that fractal logic extends beyond the death of the universe.
Engineering under the yoke of the Principle of Destruction has long been considered a recipe for social disaster. Plato referred to engineers who ignored the principles of optical spiritual engineering, as barbarians only fit for continuous warfare. The Parthenon was built on Pythagorean fractal mathematical logic as a spiritual statement on ethics that had been merged into the theories of creation belonging to the Nous of Anaxagoras. The use of computers in the reconstruction of the Parthenon program revealed that the temple had been carefully constructed to create an optical illusion using the geometric principles of the Golden Mean. Now that Buckminster Fuller has successfully transferred Plato’s optical spiritual engineering principles to the synergies of a universal holographic chemistry endorsed by the three 1996 Nobel Laureates in Chemistry, the current general understanding of the second law appears inadequate.
It can be seen that our greatest scientists are spiritually limping under the entropic yoke, as are many of our greatest scholars representing the Humanities. Marsilio Ficino during the 15th century was director of the renewed Plato Academy in Florence. His work was devoted to the workings of the atomic physics of Plato’s soul. Plato’s engineering of evil, associated with an obsession with destructive warfare, was defined in his Timaeus as a property of formless matter within the physical atom. The classical Greek epicurean fractal logic science of universal love dealt with concepts of atomistic physics. On the other hand, the concept of freedom within 18th century American democracy was built on the principles of physics and geometry, using the principles of physics published by Sir Isaac Newton without any knowledge of his unpublished principles of physics based in fractal logic.
Ancient Greek checks and balances associated with Aristotle’s ethical science to guide ennobling rule can be seen to apply to the futuristic development of protective technology to balance a barbaric engineering obsession with nuclear fission. Be that as it may, Plato’s principles of spiritual engineering are now firmly employed at the forefront of quantum biological research, in which our materialistic reality is but a very small aspect of a much larger holographic reality. We are now presented with a larger environmental science problem than was previously conceivable, and we need the relevant balanced environmental science.
It is illogical for the biological sciences of global climate change to be kept separate from the fractal functioning of a rain cloud. Inadequate and confusing entropic environmental policies can be considered a precursor to possible nightmare scenarios. Princeton University announces that its environmental policies are associated with the policies of US President Woodrow Wilson. President Wilson established a Maria Montessori school in the White House from which the engineering of its Golden Gates could be inferred into the future. The president wanted the American political spirit to move from a materialistic base to a life science base, because he considered democracy to be a living thing. However, his choice of Darwinian biological sciences was not compatible with the Montessori teaching, because Darwin had based his theories on the second law of thermodynamics, derived from Thomas Mathus’s essay on population principles. Montessori had classified the second law of thermodynamics as the law of energy greed that causes war and periodic economic collapse.
Montessori had worked with President Wilson, Alexander Graham Bell, Thomas Eddison, and Tielhard de Chardin. De Chardin’s electromagnetic key to opening the Golden Gates could only work for all people at the same time, challenging the Darwinian theory that civilized races would exterminate wild races. At the Nazi War Crimes Tribunal in Nuremberg, high-ranking German prisoners pointed out that Hitler’s policies derived from Darwinian eugenics, of which President Woodrow and Alexander Graham Bell were active advocates, as were many eminent scholars at the time. English and Americans.
The distinction between barbaric and ethical principles of electromagnetic engineering can be considered relevant to the last century’s discovery that there is a physical force that governs optimal biological growth and development through space-time. This optical discovery was reprinted along with works by authors such as Louis Pasteur and Sir Francis Crick, as an important discovery of 20th century world literature. The discovery showed that entropic Darwinian science is incapable of generating rigorous computer simulations of futuristic life forms across 20 million years of space-time, whereas the fractal mathematics of the life sciences can. The barbaric aspect of this fact is that Western culture remains governed by the second law of thermodynamics, which forbids the existence of a healthy universal fractal logical life force, even when fullerene chemistry provides rigorous scientific evidence to the contrary.
The research methodology certainly exists to generate futuristic simulations of human survival through evolutionary periods of space-time. By looking at such simulations, the nature of futuristic survival technology would become obvious. We can already deduce the fact that population figures do not present any problem within the environment of holographic reality. On the other hand, unbalanced entropic logic not only prevents the application of Plato’s spiritual principles of optical engineering, but also accelerates the destructive chaos that we can associate with World War II.
Now it can be seen that the American plutocracy does not genuinely protect Western culture, however there is an opportunity to develop Fullerene technologies from newly discovered Fullerene medical science. We are realizing the dangers of polluting the larger holographic environment and we could further investigate that the Platonic ethic was about establishing a science that by harmonizing with the fractal universe for its healthy evolution, humans would not go extinct.
At its Castle on the Hill in northern New South Wales, the Science-Art Center conducts workshops and lectures on the importance of Fullerene technology research around the world. He believes that the life sciences company C Sixty, based on the discoveries of the fullerene synergy of the three Nobel laureates in Chemistry in 1996, could be frustrated by the limitations imposed by the entropic logic of global economic rationalization. The Center seeks to build a model of a social cradle that can provide the popular support that Buckminster Fuller deemed necessary to ensure human survival rather than oblivion.
Following academic exchanges with universities around the world, the Center follows Kun Huangs’ advice to nurture the ideas of independent scientists presenting concepts based on the geometries of classical Greek fractal life sciences. In August 2010, physicist Nassim Haramein delivered a lecture at the Center and was filmed by Gaia Films, which has made numerous award-winning documentaries, two of which received human rights awards. A Gaia Films spokesperson stated that Hassim Haramein very beautifully and clearly united the knowledge of ancient Western learning and Eastern philosophy with the cutting edge of modern quantum biophysics.
The spirituality of fractal logic in art within an entropic culture was the subject of a master’s research project at Queensland’s Beaudesert Regional Galleries in June 2010. The project’s curator, Sally Peters, received a Distinction for her work. , from the University of Tasmania. The intellectual foundations of science and art proposed by Buckminster Fuller for the social cradle, necessary to protect the rigorous new Fullerene global medical science, can now be seen emerging. At Southern Cross University in northern New South Wales, Dr. Amanda Reichet-Brusett from the School of Environmental Science and Management is independently hosting a September workshop titled Exploring Synergies Between Art and Science. Although the controversial definition of synergies that contradicts the basis of global Western scientific culture might not have been fully taken into account, it can nevertheless be seen that the much-needed revision of environmental science is emerging once again in Western culture. The fullerene inspiration for human survival has begun to grow wings.
Copyright © Professor Robert Pope