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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 as a form of mental cancer. He associated it with ‘Tribal Science’s’ devotion to the Second Law of Thermodynamics. In 1903 Russell, in his most famous essay entitled 'A Free Man’s Worship’ advocated that global humanity must worship this law above all else, as it was fundamental to the understanding of physical reality. Einstein agreed, and referred to it as the ‘Premier law of all of the sciences’, even though it demands the extinction of all life in the universe. Their scientific worldview was a pragmatic assessment of tribal reality, completely divorced from the concept of a living force being associated with the workings of an infinite universe. Szent-Gyorgyi, understood that living information entangled with the thermodynamic extinction processes in order to evolve universal consciousness. That consciousness belonged to an evolving spiritual, electromagnetic field within the creative, artistic mind that Immanuel Kant understood to exist. The inventor of the American electromagnetic industry, Charles Proteus Steinmetz, wrote that Kant’s spiritual, asymmetrical, electromagnetic technology would be far superior to the mechanistic technology he was paid to invent. Russell and Einstein, as scientific thinkers of their day, had no option but to uphold the reality of tribal science. However, quantum biologist cancer researchers in the 21st Century discovered that information entangling with the Second Law effects, actually brought about a healthy reversal of flow direction. This new information completely contradicted the RussellEinstein worldview. Before the medical antidote to the mental cancer associated with the Russell-Einstein human survival nuclear deadlock is outlined, an explanation of the biological complexity of human mathematical intuition may be helpful. This will help to show the extreme difficulty involved in their efforts to incorporate such information into their understanding of the physical world. Russell and Einstein did not realise that the nature of asymmetrical electromagnetic properties of light had been initially responsible for the evolution of symmetrical physical reality. During that process, evolving nature had provided various lifeforms that exhibited a mathematical genius, a guide to human evolution. Those electromagnetic properties of light indicated the direction in which this evolution ought to proceed, which was not to extinction as Russell and Einstein deduced. Evolving nature had provided various mathematical intuitions to other creatures. For example, spiders had the ability to construct complex webs beyond the ability of our present technology to duplicate. But the failure of the Russell-Einstein Manifesto during the 20th Century was associated with tribal science mathematics being based on mythological superstitions to explain the nature of infinity, rather than employing scientific logic. The Sumerian culture was ancient to the Babylonians at the dawn of civilization in Mesopotamia. Intuitive wonderment about celestial movement resulted in the Sumerians measuring time on earth as a seven day week of 24 hour days, with each hour of 60 minutes duration. Direction was provided by the means of a circle containing 360 degrees. Russell and Einstein may have known that these systems of measurement had the potential to lead to modern day space exploration. But they had no understanding of the emotional component that hindered rational exploration into the nature of infinity. Numerous baked clay tablets exist linking Sumerian worship of the the goddess Inanna to sex and war. They also record warlike mythological gods from the dark abyss, as responsible for the creation of light and matter. These gods were believed to have created hybrid humans from clay. Variations of these mythological religious beliefs included the granting of immortality to various keepers on the Ark during the Great Flood, which was believed to cause violent dissent among the warring gods. This religious concept instilled a fear of what the gods considered to be ‘evil’ or ‘good’ concerning the nature of infinity, which became a serious medical problem within the evolution of the tribal mindset. Such mythological concepts regarding the nature of infinity were absorbed by the Babylonian civilization before spreading into present day religious beliefs. The concept that only the violent gods could grant access to infinity forbade any mathematical understanding of its true nature. The mathematician Georg Cantor was acclaimed to be the greatest mathematician in history and was also the most despised. He classified Szent-Gyorgyi’s observation, that modern science carried a mental carcinogenic disorder as being “a myopic fear of infinity inhabiting the modern scientific mind”. But this heresy attacked the salaried security of every scientist employed by Christian University scientific research departments through the Western educational system. Cantor was driven to his deathbed because influential scientists created inaccurate mathematical theories to overthrow his infinity mathematical research. However, one famous scientist working with Einstein over the difference between asymmetrical and symmetrical electromagnetic fields, David Hilbert, supported Cantor’s mathematical bridge to infinity. Betrand Russell and Albert Einstein had developed their tribal scientific worldviews from ancient Babylonian society and both greatly influenced 20th Century Western culture. Russell’s philosophical references to the Babylonian goddess of prostitution and war, Ishtar led to his removal from his professorial post at New York College in 1940. His famous slogan to “Make love not war”, in defiance of the psychopathic cult of Nazi hatred, influenced the sexual mores of many western University students. The 1957 New York University Library of Science in its book, Babylonian Mythology and Modern Science, stated that Einstein derived his theory of relativity from the mythological intuitive mathematics of ancient Babylon. Babylonian priests developed the Sumerian astrological mathematics leading to the ability to accurately predict eclipses. A clay tablet was discovered, written by a priest to the King was discovered advising him when the 673 BC Lunar eclipse would take place. The gods they said demanded this information be used to terrorize the populace and to generate an Ishtar inspired sexual frenzy for rape and war to expand the boundaries of the Kingdom. This deceptive use of mathematics to incite and wage war became part of the Babylonian legal economical system. This echoes various forms of complex camouflaged deceit stratagems employed in nature’s world of parasitical existence. Tribal science appears to have been infected by such a parasitic stratagem. Similar deceitful mathematical intent can be programmed into modern day poker machines using sound and colour vibrations to induce heroin-like addictions to bring about states of financial and moral bankruptcies. Revenue from such activity is then transferred into private, state or national coffers. National Plutocracies, government by the wealthy, make allegiances to wage economic war between themselves to protect the people they represent from falling victim to other predatory tribal aggression. Russell and Einstein, locked into their quantum mechanical mindset were unable to comprehend the biological emotional nature of atomic mathematical reality. The attempt by the Great Italian Renaissance to bring about a rebirth of the lost Greek ethical atomic science associated with evolving ethical emotion failed. Leonardo da Vinci’s peers of the restoration of the banished Platonic Academy in Florence, who were dedicated to bringing about its rebirth, were critical of his complete lack of understanding about the living atomic nature of infinite reality. Although da Vinci was acknowledged for his mechanistic genius, as the Chief Engineer of the Pope’s army he was dedicated to warfare and it was the Church that falsely proclaimed that he was a true representative of the Great Renaissance. During the 20th Century this was made abundantly clear. Leonardo da Vinci’s conviction that the flat surface of a painting could never contain true 3D images was proven to be totally incorrect by the eccentric artist, Salvador Dali. Dali’s belief that paintings held invisible stereoscopic messages was made perfectly clear during the 21st Century by the Science-Art Research Centre of Australia. The new 3D visual evidence was seen to depict the biological nature of atomic emotional reality. This was recognized as belonging to the creative artistic mind’s ability to function in concert with the functioning of a holographic universe. The current upgrading of the exhibition of 3D paintings at the Dali Stereoscopic Museum in Spain by the Science-Art Research Centre of Australia is now of global historical importance. Dali’s use of two paintings viewed through high-tech stereoscopic equipment is now superseded by simply viewing single paintings through asymmetrical electromagnetic glasses, revealing many interlocking 3D planes. This visual evidence pertaining to the workings of a holographic universe provides the living evidence of humanity’s access to an infinite ethical universal purpose. The general public, awaiting the abolition of nuclear weapons, needs to know that such moral, atomic thinking was repressed by Western science during the Italian Renaissance. The concept of an ethical 3D holographic universe is only now struggling to replace the violent logic upholding tribal science. Its greatest challenge is what government appointed epidemiologists refer to as a global 3D epidemic transmitted by the mass production of dysfunctional communication and information devices, for which they have no antidote. Leonardo da Vinci’s inability to comprehend the existence of practical ethical atomic 3D information being transferred into the flat plane of a painting eventually led to the global epidemic of unethical 3D information now governing tribal science. Current legal structures have been engineered to uphold and intensify tribal survival conflicts, which prevents their resolution though diplomatic negotiations. However, highly volatile emotive beliefs that have been diagnosed as a medical problem concerning the health of the global ‘body politic’, can be efficiently dealt with. For example, a medical assessment of ‘compulsive’ financial atomic war game objectives can be made available by computer analysis instructed to generate appropriate alternative human survival simulations. The readout will pacify antagonists by placing sustainable human survival benefits at their economic disposal for the development of relevant human survival technologies. The catastrophic global economic collapses associated with the 1994 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences for the solution concept of non-cooperative game theory, based upon tribal science logic, will be a thing of the past. The effects of dopamine, a compound in the body effecting human emotions and producing compulsive behaviour, will be imitated by the human survival computer program. At junctions within the nervous system dopamine can build up to create overpowering electromagnetic cravings constantly governing various aspects of personality. A simple low powered medical device already exists, which can emit a signal that allows the mind to free itself from the overpowering emotional ‘lust’ compulsion, bringing about the capacity to reflect on self harm rather than a compulsion to inflict harm upon others. The possession of the new human survival blueprint simulations will be the catalyst for an enduring world peace. This medical wisdom was the basis of the ancient Greek philosophical atomic Science for ethical ends. It was about establishing a science to guide ennobling government for the health of an infinite universe so that civilization could avoid extinction. Its scholars were aware from the fossil record that previous lifeforms engaged in a tooth and claw arms race, had become extinct. The Science-Art Research Centre of Australia leads the world in this field of ethical atomic quantum biology research. It developed the research theories belonging to Platonic science, Kant, Cantor, Szent-Gyorgyi, Hilbert and Steinmetz in order to discover the antidote to the prevailing 3D epidemic of dysfunctional information creating global chaos. In liaison with quantum biology cancer researchers associated with the Department of Medicinal Chemistry of Pavia University, Italy, and Quantum Art International, the Centre’s work became internationally recognized. The Centre’s antidote theories together with confirming 3D artwork was presented at the 2016 International Russian Art Week Contemporary Art Competition at the House of Artists Museum in Moscow. The presentation won a First Prize under the auspices of the World Fund for Arts. In 2017 the Russian organization established a Science-Art Research Project recognizing the Centre’s antidote discovery. The antidote discovery was made visible when a high resolution picture of the human cell changing its geometrical shape before dividing into its replica, became available. It was obvious that it was an electromagnetic, infinite, fractal expression. Epidemiologists looking for an antidote to the 3D global epidemic, realized that it must belong to what they called a ‘Cantorian Sensibility’. Their tribal science could not handle the obvious mathematicalelectromagnetic physics belonging to that infinite fractal expression. It is the asymmetrical electromagnetic (spiritual) field that David Hilbert could not get Einstein to see was a balance to his symmetrical mechanistic reality. It is a crucial component needed in order to give expression to healthy universal consciousness. From the cellular field poised to divide, healthy living asymmetrical information can be transferred to the daughter cell but the dysfunctional information cannot.

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