Plato's concept of spiritual, or holographic engineering principles were used by Buckminster Fuller to derive his synergistic life-energy principles. As a consequence, this logic balanced the present fixed scientific world-view's understanding of the second law of thermodynamics. This is evident now that the Platonic principles have become basic to the Fullerene chemistry developed by the three 1996 Nobel Laureates in Chemistry. As Fuller warned in his book Utopia or Oblivion, this rebalancing of the philosophy of science is essential for human survival.
Within Bertrand Russell's A Freeman's Worship, published in 1903, his A universe in Thermodynamic Ruins, describes the effect of letting an unbalanced understanding of the second law of thermodynamics totally govern our global technological culture. Lord Russell wrote "All the labours of the ages, all the devotion, all the inspiration, all the noonday brightness of human genius, are destined to extinction in the vast death of the solar system, and the whole temple of man's achievement must inevitably be buried beneath the debris of a universe in ruin - all these things, if not quite beyond dispute, are yet so nearly certain that no philosophy which rejects them can hope to stand. Only within the scaffolding of these truths, only on the firm foundation of unyielding despair, can the soul's habitation henceforth be safely built." However, in the light of the new life-sciences, a more optimistic understanding had emerged to replace that obsolete death science of utter chaos.
Plato called engineers who did not understand his spiritual engineering principles, barbarians, who philosophically, were only good for destructive purposes. Scientists who have laboured under such a yoke now have opportunity to construct new sustainable models of medical science. Currently, the understanding of the second law of thermodynamics, by not being part of a balanced reasoning, has prevents any life-science being linked to fractal logic.
During 1990 the world's largest technological research institute, IEEE in Washington, reprinted two life-science papers published by Italy's leading scientific journal, Il Nuovo Cimento. They were selected for reprinting as being about an important discovery from the 20th Century literature*. The discovery was that ancient fossil seashell creatures could transmit information governing optimum biological growth and development information through millions of years of space-time. Argument arose that the logic involved was fractal logic, which, because of the inadequate understanding of the second law of thermodynamics, appeared to be an impossible concept at that time.
Of interest was the observation that mainstream entropic death-science could only generate distorted biological simulations through space-time, suggesting that modern science might be cancerous. Can it be considered that a model of a fractal nature of space-time itself might be taken into consideration when proposing a more profound natural understanding about the nature of cancer? Fractal life-science simulations might now be generated to depict the healthy evolutionary development of human consciousness instead of the cancerous development associated with the present unbalanced entropic world-view.
The proposal that our entropic geometrical reasoning is medically unsustainable is not new. The Nobel Laureate in Medicine, Szent-Gyoergyi, strongly argued that the evolution of consciousness balanced the forces of universal entropy. The unpublished heresy papers of Sir Isaac Newton, known for his fractal logic world-view of an infinite universe, expressed Newton's certain conviction that a more profound natural philosophy existed to balance the entropic description of the mechanical universe. Newton's balancing physics principles were the same ones that were basic to Plato's life-science engineering principles.
The evolution of consciousness is directly linked to the evolution of Dr Candace Pert's molecule of emotion, discovered in 1972. This evolutionary process is associated with the molecule increasing the speed of its molecular movement, which can be considered to be a fractal logic phenomenon. Accompanying the evolution of the molecule of emotion is the functioning of endocrine fluids essential for maintaining cellular health. If the evolutionary process is associated with fractal logic evolution, then a more accurate model of the functioning of space-time might become medically important. It could provide for computer generation of cancer-free biological growth and development data, leading to discoveries eclipsing the magnitude of the Science-Art Centre's famous seashell discovery of new physics laws governing optimum biological growth and development through space-time.
Euclidean geometries are based upon lifeless mechanical concepts. Plato's dictum that all is geometry includes the concept that an infinite life-system exists to balance the functioning of mechanical environmental reality. This can be considered to be a precursor to Newton's balancing field physics, in which gravity and light are associated with the transmission of evolutionary bio-information. The New Renaissance Measurement of Humanity Project at the University of Florence can be considered to have advanced such ideas so that that quantum mechanics appears to have been replaced by quantum biology, inspiring a whole new direction within the philosophy of science.
In the June 2007, Volume 5, Issue 2, page 209, of NeuroQuantology, reference is made to a model in which Mark Robinson presented a unique generalised philosophical concept, explaining the transmission of life-information from an evolving function of space-time. Healthy information, available to the living process being generated from space-time movement imprinted onto the structure of universal holographic reality, via non locality effects. Inanimate matter, unable to harmonises and update with this life-information process becomes entropic. Robinson postulates that it may be necessary to question the underlying nature of gravity and the functioning of space time in order to unlock the medical key associated with the torque forces associated with the above mentioned life-science discoveries published by IEEE in 1990.
Robinson's model attempts to explain that the problem of entropic science generating cancerous life-science information might be solvable. By linking Sir Isaac Newton's idea of gravity's association with life information, with the torque forces governing optimum biological growth and development, relevant medical simulations might be generated compatible with the seashell discoveries made by the Science-Art Research Centre. He considers that the research into how life is influenced by both local and non local effects, conducted by the quantum entanglement research of the New Renaissance Project of Florence Universe is at the cutting edge of sustainable human survival technology.
*Illert, C. 1987, The New Physics of Ultrathin Elastic Conoids, Il Nuovo Cimento, and Formulation and Solution of the Classical Seashell Problem II Tubular Three Dimensional Seashell Surfaces. Il Nuovo Cimento, 1989 The Science-Art Centre...selected from the World literature for reprinting in Spie Milestone series, Vol. MS 15, selected papers on Natural Optical Activity, pages 12-23 and 24-33, section one. Chirality and Optical Activity, 1990.