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Platonic-Fullerene Chemistry and the Evolution of God

by Robert Pope
June 19, 2010

The 1937 Nobel laureate in medicine, Szent-Goergyi, considered that scientists who did not understand that the energies of universal entropy were balanced by the evolution of consciousness, were primitive thinkers. He referred to them as crazy apes in his book by that title. The molecular biologist, Sir C P Snow, during his 1959 Rede lecture at Cambridge University, echoed the same sentiments, arguing that unless the universal entropy law was reunited with the Classical Greek Humanities, then civilisation would be destroyed. The synergistic universe concept of Buckminster Fuller also argued that the entropy law, known as the second law of thermodynamics, was balanced by a universal negentropic energy system. This knowledge was needed to avoid oblivion.

These concepts were given credence by the discovery last century of Sir Isaac Newton's unpublished Heresy Papers. Newton wrote of his conviction that the mechanical description of the universe had to be completed by a more profound natural philosophy, based upon the physics principles associated with particle movement. These physics principles were the basis of the Classical Greek Humanitie's life-science that Sir C P Snow wanted to be reunited with modern science. The NASA High Energy Division library has published argument that this ancient life-science, based upon the mathematical theories of the Nous by the philosopher Anaxagoras, was upheld by fractal logic.

The Science For Ethical Ends was constructed by the Platonic tradition of Greek philosophy by fusing ethics into the Nous. In the 5th Century, St Augustine recorded that such mathematics was the work of the Devil. This explains why Sir Isaac Newton's balanced world-view physics was declared to be a Heresy, written by a criminally insane mind. Albert Einstein and the founders of 20th Century Western science accepted that the second law of thermodynamics governed all of the sciences, validating the Church's religious point of view. Einstein's colleague, Sir Arthur Eddington, referred to the second law as the supreme metaphysical law of the entire universe. In effect, Western scientists were obliged to worship the Greek God of Chaos in order to receive a PhD, in compliance with 20th Century academic culture. The Max Planck astrophysicist, Peter Kafka, pointed this out during the 1990s when he predicted the current global economic collapse. He wrote that the second law of thermodynamics was driving scientists, technologists and politicians to accelerate a global economic crisis.

Peter Kafka, predicted that as the global situation of entropic chaos became unbearable, people would need to realise that the solution to it is associated with an aspect of fractal logic. At present, infinite fractal logic cannot be associated with the evolutionary process because the universal heat death law prohibits it. Bertrand Russell made this clear in his famous essay written in 1904 titled A Free man's worship, when he wrote that humanity must exist in a state of anguish and despair because of the dictates of that law. The idea of the Christian Church's insistence that society must be punished in such a way, unable to appeal to infinite fractal logic to escape, is what Kafka referred to as a Diabolical obsession with the ancient gods of entropy. This religious conditioning must now be challenged as strongly as possible, in order to avoid an entropic religious Armageddon from occurring.

The 3rd Century BC Epicurean Atomistic Greek Science of Universal Love belonged to the Platonic tradition of Greek philosophy, which fused ethics into Anaxagoras' Nous and can therefore be considered to be a fractal logic philosophy. Cicero claimed it was being taught all over Italy during the 1st Century BC and posed a threat to Roman rule. St Augustine, later, declared its mathematical basis as a punishable heresy. Since 1932 until 2011 the Cambridge University Press has published prescribed global core curriculum advanced study material to the effect that Plato is one of the greatest fathers of the Church, which is illogical, as his fractal logic mathematics remains a serious heresy. Although it is very unwise to consider the need to make any mention of God within a science philosophy essay, however, none the less, the church needs to face some factual information that it may find distasteful.

Cicero mentioned that the teachers of the Science of Universal Love were called Saviours. Evil was defined by Platonic philosophers as belonging to the destructive properties of unformed matter within the physical atom. It can be reasoned that the original teachings of the Church were to prevent some futuristic emergence of nuclear fallout from destroying civilisation. An article from Wikipedia Encyclopedia, October 30th, 2011, discussing the Nous (intellect from philosophy) suggests that this may well be so. This article supplies a clear enough definition of the Nous, by the Church's well known Saviour teacher, according to the Gospel of Mary, page 10. This would explain why the Jefferson Bible, held at the Smithsonian Institute, was written. President Thomas Jefferson wrote that Jesus Christ had surpassed the Epicurean University's Saviour teaching about the Science of Universal love.

With the Advent of Platonic-Fullerene chemistry in the 21st Century, a self organising information system to balance universal entropic decay, now belongs to the discipline of quantum biology. The fractal description of the Nous by Anaxagoras and the fusing of ethics into the evolutionary process are in contradiction to Charles Darwin's theory of evolution, which is known to be upheld by a unbalanced understanding of the second law of thermodynamics. Therefore, it became important to carefully re-examine the fractal functioning of Anaxagoras' Nous, considering that the Platonic tradition of Greek philosophy had modified a fundamental aspect of it by fusing ethics into its spiritual or holographic workings. An important hypothesis on this issue was provided at the Science-Art Research Centre of Australia in October 2011 by the artist-philosopher Chris Degenhardt.

Degenhardt proposed his Fractal God Thesis, linking it to Szent-Gyorgyi's Nobel laureate work in medicine. The Platonic tradition embraced a medical philosophy because it defined the concept of good as being for the health of the universe, which, being relevant to Anaxagoras' Nous, becomes, obviously, a mental health discipline. Degenhardt realised that the original Nous, as an aspect of symmetrical fractal logic, cannot extend evolution to infinity. Conversely, by fusing ethics into the Nous, the evolutionary process modified it to become an asymmetrical function, transcending that fractal limitation.

During the 15th Century Cardinal Nicholas of Cusa's mathematics explained that the universe was infinite, which means it must include asymmetrical fractal logic. This means that unless God is allowed to evolve, which is forbidden by the present entropic world-view, God cannot possibly exist at all. This explains the religious insight about the Nous mentioned in the Gospel of Mary. The Church's understanding of the Nous is irrational, because on one hand, it holds Plato to be one of its founding fathers, while on the other hand, Plato's infinite fractal logic is still considered to be the work of the Devil. This confused concept of reality is in complete contradiction to the words of its principal Saviour, relevant to the optics associated with spiritual vision.

Cardinal Nicholas of Cusa's mathematics was developed by Immanuel Kant and Hans Christian Oersted during their development of ethical technological thought. They related this to the universal electromagnetic reality they explored during the 18th Century. The Kantian optics of God's spiritual reality is now being observed through nanotechnology. Kant's Godlike Ethic for perpetual peace on earth, should now be the Church's most urgent Quest. The Ethic, has been clearly shown to be associated with the electromagnetic functioning of the centriole, within the newly fertilised ovum. This is relevant to Platonic-Fullerene chemistry's insight into the fractal evolutionary expressions of Dr Candace Pert's Molecule of Emotion, discovered in 1972.

The spiritual optics of the Church's Saviour, as well as Plato, Philo, Aristotle, al Haitham, Kant and Oersted, were advanced into the realm of nanotechnology, when Emmanuel Levinas realised that spiritual images could not be processed into consciousness through the lens of optical vision. His "eye of god" images are transferred to evolving consciousness from within a holographic reality. This occurs through the nanoscale functioning of the liquid crystal optics of the membrane of the ovum. This creates a pattern recognition intuition within the cerebral process. It is of the utmost importance, now, to develop technology from the Science for Ethical Ends, before the Church's Armageddon, associated with global economic collapse. This would occur as a logical outcome of irresponsible entropic nanotechnology, derived solely from a Diabolical obsession with the second law of thermodynamics.