Robert Pope, Dudley Leggett: Creating the Cradle of Global Democracy

The Australian group who were awarded the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize, are capable of introducing ideas to the United Nations Security Council concerning the abolishing of all nuclear weapons development. But they will need relevant scientific advice in order to achieve their ennobling objective. Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) is considered to be one of history’s greatest philosophers of science. Kant advocated that perpetual peace could be secured by a global democracy based upon international cooperation. He also considered that there was an electromagnetic difference between aesthetics and ethical wisdom evolving within the creative, artistic mind. His concept referred to an infinite, ethical, universal purpose associated with the evolution of living consciousness. This became an impossible concept during the 20th Century, in which Einstein’s worldview demanded the extinction of all life in the universe in obedience to the Second Law of Thermodynamics, eliminating the possibility of life evolving to infinity. Kant’s research is now linked to the emerging science associated with the workings of a holographic universe. It is now evident that the recipients of the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize need to be able to reason beyond the 20th Century understanding of quantum mechanistic reality. The mathematician, Bertrand Russell’s, A History of Western Philosophy, was published in 1950. This was followed five years later with his Nobel Prize in Literature. The Russell-Einstein Manifesto proclaimed on the 9th of July 1955, was about the dangers of nuclear weapons development and called for world leaders to seek peaceful resolutions to international conflict. This famous manifesto, having the same objective as the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize group, was a complete failure. During 2017 the North Korea crisis has demonstrated that one impoverished human tribe (the North Korean people) has used its national wealth to develop nuclear weaponry concepts, leading to the creation of catastrophic nuclear electromagnetic pulse devices. The ennobling emotional desire to protect humanity is in contradiction with the evolution of tribal intellect that obeys the ‘kill or be killed’ survival of the fittest paradigm.While that paradigm has been observable in nature for thousands of years, in the 21st Century DNA research showed that all human tribes actually belong to one single species, meaning that this ennobling concept was in fact scientifically feasible. A species continually harming itself is a victim of a mental disorder requiring a medical antidote. The Nobel Laureate in Medicine, Szent-Gyorgyi, founder of the American National Cancer Research Foundation, in his 1972 ‘Letter to Science’ diagnosed this problem