An Australian group was awarded the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize for their work in preventing nuclear weapons. Their goal is similar to the Russell-Einstein Manifesto, published in London in July 1955. It highlighted the dangers of nuclear weapons and called on world leaders to find peaceful solutions to international conflicts. The current North Korea crisis shows that the Nobel Laureates Russell and Einstein failed to stop nuclear weaponry development. While they have the ability to obtain 21st century scientific advice on the issue, it is beyond their tribal knowledge of science.
These two scientists had a profound influence on 20th century cultural development. Russell’s best-known essay, “A Free Man’s Worship”, was published in 1903. It advocates worshipping a science that obeys the extinction rules of the second law thermodynamics. Einstein called this the “Premier Law of all sciences”. Although they understood quantum mechanical science at the time, it was pragmatic. However, recent quantum biology research on cancer has shown that this was based upon an unbalanced scientific view.
Human tribes have needed religious permission for infinity access for thousands of years. This superstitious evolution in tribal intellect was linked to fighting to the death according to the’survival-of-the-fittest’ paradigm that is observable in nature. Tribes were forced to create militant cultures that had no concept of the infinite. DNA testing in the 21st century has shown that all human tribes are now part of a single species. If that species continues to harm itself, then that species is likely to be suffering from mental cancer. Georg Cantor, the mathematician who has made most of science modern, said that this disorder was caused by a ” myopic fear infinity inhabiting the scientific brain“.
Nobel Laureate of Medicine Szent-Gyorgyi, the founder of American National Cancer Research Foundation, identified in his 1972 letter to Science that our Neolithic ancestors had a mythical fear of infinity and a form of social carcinoma. Now, the once heroic urge to wage war, which was necessary for tribes’ survival and evolution, can be seen as a medical problem. The threat to humanity from nuclear extinction is being posed by religious and mythological persuasions.
Tribal science is an integral part of human evolution. To be able to connect tribal science with the human survival biosphere information, it can be programmed into computers. This would however require infinite fractal logic to generate survival simulations for humans, which is contrary to the basic structure of tribal science. Szent-Gyorgyi discovered that consciousness evolution was a result of infinite living information being entangled with extinction energies. This is again in contradiction to tribal science. His cancer research was advanced enough in 2016 to reveal the antidote that he was looking for. To achieve his cure of cancer goal, the computer programming that generates the human survival blueprint must use the antidote data. Australian Science-Art researchers successfully used a similar research method, which was proposed by Kun Huang in 1979 to determine the life force that governs the evolution of seashells.
This discovery was made public in Italy’s most prestigious scientific journal of the 1980s. IEEE, the largest technological institute in the United States, published this achievement in 1990 as one of the greatest optical discoveries of the 20th Century. It was placed alongside names like Louis Pasteur or Francis Crick.
Huang correctly predicted that tribal science’s obsessions with warfare would oppose the idea of life evolving toward infinity. The extinction obsession won, even though the living mathematics in the seashell fossil records was clearly based on ancient Greek geometrical concepts about infinity. Quantum mechanical mathematics was used in programming the computer to create futuristic seashell simulations. They became carcinogenic distortions exactly as Nobel laureate SzentGyorgyi predicted back in 1972.
Ancient Greek philosophy has vague atomic references that are specifically related to ethical thought. According to the Stanford Encyclopedia – Ancient Atomism (revised Dec 2016), ” Many important theorists from ancient Greek natural philosophy believed that the universe was composed of physical atoms, literally ‘uncuttables’.
In order to prevent nuclear weapons from being banned, the general public must be aware that the Christian Church and all its political representatives have erased such moral and atomic thinking for centuries. There is also visual evidence.
Marcilio Ficino was Head of the Platonic Academy, Florence. To protect the Academy from the Inquisition, he incorporated famous Christian figures into his ethical atomic theories at his Academy. Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci’s mentor and protégé, was commissioned by the Vespucci to paint St Augustine at his Studio. Ghirlandaio, another mentor to da Vinci was also asked to paint St Jerome. A large book with mathematical writing is located behind Botticelli’s Augustine head. The Saint is directly looking at a brass model that geometers use to explore the cosmological world. The spherical brass book-stud is placed on the leather cover. It is placed in the orbit of the halo, which is a symbol for divine consciousness as depicted by an image of an atom. This is no accident. Ghirlandaio’s painting depicts a brass book-stud positioned likewise in the orbit of Augustine, St Jerome’s halo. Although there is no evidence of ethical atomic function, these paintings are carefully designed to communicate the concept of ethical atomism.
Leonardo da Vinci was harshly criticized by his fellows at the Platonic Academy of Florence for not having a solid knowledge about the ethics, atomic, and spiritual mathematics that his mentors, such as the mathematician Lucas Pacioli and Marsilio Ficino, taught him. Da Vinci was not only ignorant of the Academy’s ethical atomic purpose, but he was also a committed military engineer to war. The Christian Church did not accept any pagan Greek atomic theories that were associated with ethical thinking. Da Vinci was the Pope’s Chief Military Engineer. The church wanted to make sure his name became an iconic symbol that embodied the wisdom of the Great Italian Renaissance. However, the exact opposite is true. Contrary to Da Vinci’s worldview however, there are certain links between emotional intuition and the nature of infinite, which is certainly true.
Charles Wheatstone’s 1838 invention and use of the stereoscope is one example. Nature published his obituary. It stated that Leonardo’s belief that a flat plane could not hold a 3D image was wrong.
James Joyce, widely regarded as one of 20th Century’s most influential and important authors, linked George Berkeley’s New Theory of Vision (1709), with Wheatstone’s invention of a stereoscope. Joyce spoke of Berkeley’s conviction about the fundamental geometrical truth of parallel light rays falling on the eyes, causing the senses to receive an emotional geometrical intuition about infinite reality. This he called ” passions for the mind”.
Both Isaac Newton and Berkeley developed ancient Greek philosophies for science that were connected to the functionings of an infinite, living universe. They both made statements saying that modern science is pretentious. In his 28th query discussions, Newton stated that pretentious science was based on the belief that the universe is governed entirely by mechanistic laws. Newton stated that gravitational force was not caused by the mass of objects in space. His Heresy Papers was discovered last century. He maintained that mechanistic science must be completed by a deeper spiritual (electromagnetic), philosophy based on particles in motion. Botticelli’s painting above extolling the divine role of atomic particle motion was well-known to him. Quantum mechanics, regardless of whether Newton was right or not, has been founded upon the false assumption Newton believed he advocated a clockwork universe with mechanistic forces, when in fact he actually advocated one that is balanced by infinite spiritual (electromagnetic).
i>>?Berkeley’s spiritual optics work was accepted by the Church because it claimed that his mathematical criticisms of Newton and Leibniz’s invent of calculus justified Christianity against scientific doubts about the worship of God. Michael Talbot used calculus’s invention in the 19th century to create his holographic Universe theory. In this theory, God is a ancient Greek mathematical, ethical and Godlike purpose that functions within the workings a holographic world.
The optical, infinite, and mathematical seashell physics discovery of rewriting tribal science was concluded. It was hailed as one of the greatest discoveries of the 20th century. Now we are able to find the vital visual physics information necessary to get the human survival blueprint required to end the tribal compulsion to create nuclear weapons. This article has been published in order to help you locate the essential physics principles that will ensure your survival. It is also where Immanuel Kant, the philosopher of science, predicted it. Kant’s asymmetrical electromagnetic field that evolves within the creative, artistic mind is responsible for the new physics principles.
Kant proved that science and aesthetics are not the only way to find the future of humanity. These ennobling artistic sentiments should be balanced with the philosophical spiritual wisdom of Plato. It is important to identify the crucial ethical data that is associated with Science-Art’s human survival blueprint.
This vital atomic data is part of the visual’passions in the mind, which artists are creating unconsciously paintings that contain a multitude of interlocking 3D images. Leonardo da Vinci was certain this could not exist.
The better, the sooner quantum Science-Art cancer research biologists can present the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize Group indisputable scientific proof that the new human survival science will render nuclear weapons development obsolete.
The Director of Uki, NSW’s Science-Art Research Centre of Australia is Professor Robert Pope. The Center’s goal is to create a second Renaissance in science, art and technology so that current science can be balanced with a more feminine and creative science. The Science-Art Centre website has more information.
The 2009 Gold Medal Laureate in Philosophy of Science, Telesio Galilei Academy of Science London, was awarded to Professor Robert Pope. He is an Ambassador for the Florentine New Measurement of Humanity Project at University of Florence and has been awarded a Decree of Recognition by the American Council of the United Nations University Millennium Project Australasian Node.
He is a professional artist and has held many university artist-in residences including Adelaide University, University of Sydney and the Dorothy Knox Fellowship to Distinguished Persons. His artwork was featured on the covers of the Australian Foreign Affairs Record, Artists and Galleries of Australia and Scientific Australian. You can view his artwork on the Science-Art Centre website.