In 1978 during my Artist-in-residency at the University of Adelaide in South Australia, the Science Unit of Australian National Television in its eight part series ‘The Scientists - Profiles of Discovery’ subtitled my documentary as ‘Pope the Catalyst’, placing it alongside documentaries associated with the research of seven world famous scientists. In 1979 at the Einstein General Theory of Relativity Conference at the International Centre for Theoretical Physics in Trieste, I discussed with Kun Huang about his joint publication with Max Born on their ‘Dynamical Theory of Crystal Lattices’, containing a criticism of Einstein’s mechanistic worldview. We devised a research program associated with Plato’s electromagnetic geometry being recorded within fossilised seashells in sedimentary sandstone. If it could be demonstrated that Plato’s use of Anaxagoras’ electromagnetic geometry evolved mathematically toward infinity then Einstein’s tribal logic was only the forerunner to Newton’s 3rd Law, bringing about its equal and opposite evolutionary state of reality. Isaac Newton’s idea that the mass of objects in space caused gravity was developed by Einstein. However, in Newton’s ‘28th Query Discussions’ he completely rejected that idea. He agreed with Plato that gravity was an element evolving consciousness to infinity. This paradoxical scientific confusion has a logical scientific explanation. Einstein’s tribal science was complying with Newton’s 3rd Law of equal and opposite reaction. Einstein’s mindset held that the second law of thermodynamics demanded the extinction of all life on Earth and Plato’s worldview evolved the life element to infinity. Humanity had arrived at Buckminster Fuller’s ‘Time’ outlined in his book ‘Utopia or Oblivion’, however its psychological origins were taken for himself from the writings of Plato. Amy Edmondson as the Novartis Professor of Leadership and Management at Harvard Business School worked with a team of psychological safety researchers. Her online 1987 edition of ‘A Fuller Explanation: The Synergetic Geometry of R. Buckminster Fuller’ in the 4th Chapter, ‘Tools Of The Trade’, under the section entitled ‘Plato Presents’, forgives Fuller for his act of plagiarism.
On the 18th of November 1996, the late Professor Bert Cunnington, a Senior Social Security Research Officer at the Faculty of Commerce and Administration at the Griffith University, Queensland, and consultant to the Science-Art Research Centre of Australia wrote a ‘To whom it may concern’ document’ associated with Edmonson’s psychological safety research findings. Cunnington was invo