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The New Renaissance - Platonic Thought Forms and Mental Health

by Robert Pope
June 19, 2010

The emerging Plato-Fullerene medical science of life poses questions related to the role of the Classical Platonic Thought Forms in maintaining mental health. Is it possible that Plato's ethical thought forms, which were fused into the structure of Anaxagoras' Nous, might provide rigorous scientific concepts pertaining to our present state of mental well being? Lord Bertrand Russell, in 1903 advised the working man to accept, with despair, his lot, imposed by a science ruled by the dictatorial second law ot thermodynamics. Plato's Thought Forms werenot associated at all with the construction of that nightmare of continual anxiety imposed upon society by entropic law. Therefore, in the light of the recent Plato-Fullerene medical discoveries made by Nobel Laureates in Medicine, Platonic mental health concepts warrant discussion.

In 1979 China's highest awarded physicist, Kun Huang, proposed that new physics laws existed governing optimum biological growth and development through space-time. He proposed that the ancient Greek Golden Mean life-science reasoning was much more advanced than had been realised by modern Western science. He thought that by observing Golden Mean patterning changes to life forms, recorded within the world's fossil record, in particular seashell fossils, new physics laws governing optimum biological growth and development through space-time could be discovered.

In Australia, the Science-Art Research Centre established a methodology to employ Huang's suggested research program, by upgrading the Classical Greek science of life. This resulted in a discovery by the Centre's mathematician, Chris Illert. who became the first person to prove that the famous seashell fossil, Nipponites Mirabilis, influenced the design of a living seashell creature by optical physics laws functioning through 20 million years of space-time. In 1990 this life-science discovery was selected for reprinting from the 20th Century world literature by IEEE-SPIE Milestone Series in Washington.

In 1995, Illert's mathematics won a biology prize under the auspices of the Basic Research Institute in the USA. The Australian Centre's director considered that the geometrical logic used to generate the healthy biological growth and development simulations through space-time was based upon fractal logic. Therefore, Kun Huang would have been quite correct in considering that the framers of modern Western science had constructed an inadequate scientific world-view, because modern science prohibits linking any life-science to the infinite logic of fractal geometry. The Centre accepted that the present entropic world-view's scientific culture, totally governed by an unbalanced understanding of the second law of thermodynamics was innately cancerous.

Years later,the Harvard Smithsonian/NASA Astrophysics High Energy Division Library, published, a paper by Petar Grujic, the Science Advisor to the Belgrade Institute of Physics. The paper argued that the work of the Greek philosopher, Anaxagoras, was derived from fractal geometrical logic. The Platonic tradition of Greek life-science philosophy was based upon fusing ethics into the Nous of Anaxagorus, in order to prevent the destruction of human civilisation. Because of its unbalanced and inadequate understanding of the second law of thermodynamics, modern science cannot conceive the possibility of any science of life being linked to the logic of fractal geometrical logic.

The balancing of universal entropic energy by the evolution of conciousness is basic to the functioning of the fractal logic Nous. The Nobel Laureate in Medicine, Szent-Gyoergyi, described scientists who did not understand about this balance between entropy and evolving consciousness, as being barbarians (the term actually used was crazy apes). In his 1959 Cambridge University Rede Lecture, the Molecular Biologist, Sir C P Snow, referred to these same barbarians, as thinking like their Neolithic cave dwelling ancestors.

Plato also described engineers who did not understand his spiritual (holographic) engineering principles, as barbarians, only fit for destructive warfare. Evil, (as a non-ethic) was defined specifically by Plato as being a property of unformed matter within the Greek's physically indivisible atom. This simplistic depiction of nuclear atomic radiation is now of interest. The Plato-Fullerene synergistic fractal logic life-science has become basic to the C Sixty Inc., medical science established by the three 1996 Nobel Laureates in Chemistry. Platonic thought forms are now relevant to an uprading of Szent-Gyoergyi's science of medicine.

Thought forms are now known to be relevant to holographic chemistry. Entropic thought forms may not necessarily be lethally carcinogenic, however, the law of universal atomic decay, governing the physics of modern chemistry most obviously is. Szent-Gyoergyi's medical linking of conciousness to a balanced functioning of entropy, is directly related to the new balancing Plato-Fullerene life-science.

The Science-Art Centre's colleague, Chris Degenhardt has conducted research into the Nous' Music of the Spheres whirling spin force, held to convey information relevant to the healthy evolution of seashell growth and development through space-time. Degenhardt investigated the construction of the Nous Space-Time Model postulated by the Centre's colleague, Mark Robinson. The Robinson model was referred to within a quantum biological paper written by Huping Hu and Maoxin Wu in the June 2007 edition of NeuroQuantology. The paper was about how electron spin influenced brain and mind in defiance of the present inadequate understanding of the second law of thermodynamics.

According to the Robinson model of the Nous of Space-time, past, present and future, form one instant of time, associated with the harmonic resonance properties of light. Degenhardt considers that fractal geometrical symmetry and asymmetry combine their particular properties to present mental access to the omini Nous self organising evolutionary purpose, which appears to Degenhardt to be consistent within the Robinson model. The 'present' component of the Robinson space-time 'instant,' is considered to combine stored information and potential omni information to balance entropy. This component of the Nous is seen to allow evolving mind to utilise Sir Isaac Newton's proposed property of light's interaction with gravity to provide evolutionary information. This transmission of evolving Nous-wisdom, permeates throughout the entire universe instantaneously through Newton's concept of non local effect. Newton's physics principles to balance the present inadequate understanding of life-forces were derived from the harmonic properties of particle movement generated by the Nous.

Robinson's model according to Degenhardt, allows for the existence of crucial electromagnetic opportunities within Nous functioning. These opportunities are considered to allow mind to accommodate the Nous' omni self organising principles of fractal logic life-science. The Plato-Fullerene chemistry of life, emerging as distinct from the existing entropic death chemistry, makes a clear medical statement to both Robinson and Degenhardt. The present entropic cancerous mind-set need not go into a terminal state when Fuller's synergistic argument for either Utopia or Oblivion, is understood to be a factual medical concern.

It can be considered that the new Plato-Fullerene life-science established by the three 1996 Nobel Laureates in Chemistry hold the secrets of human survival. However, within the machinations of entropic capitalism, it can be observed that overwhelming legalised predator activity would prevail to obstruct is vital implementation. However, the generation of rigorous computer life-science simulations, similar to the above mentioned successful seashell discoveries, can provide proof statements basic to new environmental survival legislation, in order to solve this crucial problem.

The prize winning Chemistry of the Florentine New Measurement of Humanity Project, under the banner of the New Florentine Renaissance, has also compiled relevant factual research pertaining to the questions raised within this essay. Hopefully, the medical proof statements to validate the Project's purpose, beyond all doubt, will soon come into existence and their importance for human survival will become reflected in the proposed new 'knowledge economics' legislation.