The science of the Renaissance: the electromagnetics of universal love
The emotion molecule was discovered in 1972 by scientist Dr. Candace Pert. It was found to be the same molecule that existed in a primitive creature millions of years ago. The evolutionary difference between the primitive life form molecule and the human molecule was that the human one vibrates much faster. It can be considered that this process of evolutionary acceleration could be due to the fractal expansion of the universe. This proposition can be accommodated within the lost science of life of Classical Greek Music of the Spheres. The Harvard / NASA High Energy Division Library of Astrophysics recently published articles arguing that the worldview of classical Greece was based on fractal logic.
The greatest difficulties in conducting research on fractal life sciences are, firstly, that it has been declared heresy and, secondly, it defies the law of physics that governs Western scientific culture. That law of physical energy calls for the destruction of all life in the universe when the heat of the universe radiates into cold space. While it is scientifically accepted that fractal logic extends to infinity, the life sciences within Western universities can only deal with species evolving towards this postulated extinction of death by heat. The pagan base of science once argued that infinite geometric logic linked the evolutionary process to the workings of an infinite universe, and once again religious dogmatic science is on the defensive.
Jesuit priest Tieldardt de Chardin absolutely refuted the omnipresent power of the physical law of total extinction that now governs Western technology. Both he and his colleague Maria Montessori, who is listed in TIME magazine’s Century of Science as 1907’s greatest scientist, wanted to balance Einstein’s 1905 law of destruction, E = Mc2, with an old-fashioned forbidden fractal logic law. Greece. The Roman Holy Office denied the publication of De Chardin’s work during his lifetime, and Einstein referred to the basic law of the destructive spirit as the main law of all science.
Montessori was working with Alexander Graham Bell and Thomas Edison on ideas about how electromagnetic forces might be influencing school-age children in order to develop creative abilities other than parental or dogmatic church attributions. The electromagnetic golden doors of De Chardin and Montessori to the future could not be opened for any chosen race or a privileged few, but only for all people at the same time. Australia’s Science Art Research Center wanted to locate a pragmatic electromagnetic example of this humanistic fractal logic that works in nature.
Scientist Matti Pitkanen expanded on Chardin’s ideas on the lost Greek science of universal love. Every 11 years, the sun sends balls of lethal electromagnetic radiation towards the earth that are caught by the earth’s electromagnetic hands and thrown into outer space. Pitkanen noted that the process met the criteria to be considered an act of conscience, in which electromagnetic forces act for the health of all life on earth at the same time.
During the 20th century, the Science-Art Research Center of Australia discovered new physical laws that govern optimal biological growth and development through space-time. Both the mathematician and the director of the Center were awarded the Gold Medal in 2009 by the Telesio-Galilei Academy of Sciences in London. Professor Simon Shnoll, Head of Biological Research at Moscow University, also received this award following his passionate lecture on burning alive in Rome from scientist Giordano Bruno for teaching on the Greek science of universal love at the University of Oxford.
While the wrath of the Inquisition may have lost steam, reasoning on matters of life and death for humanity may still suffer an influential restriction due to existing religious dogmatic persuasions. In honor of those great Church scientists who suffered so much because of their hierarchical disposition, challenges to fixed scientific doctrine on the spiritual or holographic science debate should no longer justify condemnation as heresy. Cicero, the Roman historian, recorded that the masters of the atomistic Greek science of universal love were called saviors. Perhaps Thomas Jefferson’s published conviction that Jesus Christ was the greatest of scientists who had inherited the title of ‘Savior’ could provide some kind of modernist healing salve for the Church during future technological debate.
By Professor Robert Pope
Copyright © Robert Pope 2010