Robert David Pope

Director, Science Art Research Centre of Australia

Appointed Professor Neurological Physics, 1990 Institute for Basic Research, USA, during its joint research with the Science-Art Centre.

As a participant in the internationally presented eight part series The Scientists - Profiles of Discovery in 1979 by the Science-Unit of Australian National Television my subtitle was Pope the Catalyst. In that year UNESCO appointed me as a Special Science-Art Delegate to the Second Marcel Grossmann Meeting on General Relativity in Honour of Albert Einstein, Trieste, Italy. At the conference I discussed with China’s most highly awarded physicist, Kun Huang, about his paper with the Nobel Laureate in Physics, Max Born, entitled Dynamical Theory of Crystal Lattices containing a criticism of Einstein’s mechanistic worldview. My Science-Art Research Centre of Australia had also criticised Einstein's mechanistic worldview for not being stabilised by Plato’s Science-Art to balance the forces of nature.

During the 1980s the Centre pointed out that the Golden Age of Danish Science had been based upon Plato’s long lost human survival Science-Art to balance the forces of nature. It held that the evolution of an asymmetric electromagnetic field was evolving within the artistic mind that had been associated with Plato’s Allegory of the Cave. Prevailing modern science cannot cope with that idea. This was pointed out by the Cambridge University Press online, February 11, 2009, in its The Simile Of Light in Plato's Republic, by stating that it was “so complex that the interpretation of almost every part of it is in dispute.” It declared that in association with light and dark “three sets of