Platonic Fullerene Chemistry and Humanoid Evolution

This article is about supporting those many people who intuitively believe that there is an evolutionary change in human consciousness, one that is taking place for the betterment of the global human condition. Without that intuition, the future of humanity would remain bleak. It is now possible to use the new science of quantum biology to describe how to measure the desired evolutionary transition into a more ennobling future. The good news is, recent discoveries are linking the process of survival to the intuitive functioning of the brain. The New Measurement of Humanity Project at the University of Florence is working at the cutting edge of this cerebral transition from the mechanistic age, into a more desirable future for humanity. The project is aware that the functioning of the mirror neuron, responsible for the evolution of compassion, plays a leading role in the transition toward a more enlightened humanity.

When Marcillio Ficino used Platonic Theology to create the 15th Century Great Italian Renaissance, as the rebirth of the lost Greek science for ethical ends, the compassion associated with the atomic structure of Platonic love, failed to influence 20th Century science. Leonardo da Vinci instead, helped to bring in the industrial mechanical age, which lacked any rigorous ethical scientific input.

The European Romantic Platonic schools tried, in vain, to prevent, what William Blake referred to as the dark satanic mills, from despoiling the green face of the planet. Fired by an insatiable greed lust for power, the economic policies of the British East India Company, in the mid 19th Century, threw compassion aside when forcing the Chinese Government to accept vast mountains of opium in return for supplying Britain with Spanish silver bullion.

Although attempts have been made to make amends for that criminal economic mind set, nobody can rely on the present global economic rationalism to help transform humanity into its intuitive Golden Age. Unless the molecular functioning of compassion, revealed though nano-technology’s association with quantum biology, becomes part of a global culture, then humanity faces extinction. As Buckminster Fuller reasoned, when he used Plato’s mathematics to describe his balanced infinite synergistic universe, it is now a choice between Utopia or Oblivion

If we re-examine Charles Darwin’s theories of evolution, the solution becomes part of the Florentine New Measurement of Humanity Project. Darwin based his published theory of evolution from observations made after his voyage on HMS Beagle, under the auspices of the East India Company. In Darwin’s ‘Origin of Species’, he credits the doctrine of Thomas Malthus’s economic policy for the East India Company (Darwin 1859). That policy was based specifically on what quantum biology reveals to be an incorrect understanding of the second law of thermodynamics, a line of thinking later inherited by Albert Einstein when he derived his theory of relativity.

In his second book ‘The Descent of Man – Selection in Relation to Sex’, Darwin wrote that compassion is so ingrained into human consciousness that it must surely play an important role in the evolution of humanity. Here, he is referring to the geometrical structure and biological functioning of Platonic love that Marcillio Ficino wrote about, in his efforts to bring about a rebirth of the lost Platonic ethical science. In conclusion, the Florentine New Measurement of Humanity Project, can be seen to be elaborating on Plato’s spiritual optical functioning, in which the mirror neuron, in association with the molecule of emotion, evolves compassion. This is done by employing an infinite fractal logic, which is in complete defiance to the functioning of the second law of thermodynamics, now governing global economic rationalism.

The existing heart felt intuitions for a change in human consciousness can be considered to be the forerunner of a new human survival science. The work of the Science-Art Research Centre of Australia, in liaison with the Florentine 21st Century Renaissance, is to help construct the super computer program needed to become a champion in the playing of Fuller’s World Game of Global Co-operation, by including into its data banks, the Platonic Fullerene Chemistry data, now outlawed by our economic obsession with an unethical understanding of the second law of thermodynamics.

© Professor Robert Pope,

Advisor to the President Oceania and Australasia of the Institute for Theoretical Physics and Advanced Mathematics (IFM) Einstein-Galilei

Platonic Fullerene Science and World Peace

The national or tribal political will that puts modern science and technology to work, seeks to control economic employment for the masses and maintain a defence structure to ensure the continuation of political power. This can be done in the name of democracy, plutocracy, dictatorship, religion, monarchies, etc. All vie to develop emotional mind control spin-aesthetics to convince their subjects that they are better off than their competitor nations or tribes. It follows that the idea of a one world government must constitute a threat to such various mind control systems. However, it is possible to override this concern by using riorous science to develop a sustainable medical code of ethics, designed specifically to guide civilisation into a state of perpetual world peace rather than perpetual conflict. The only thing preventing this to occur is science itself.

As the full potential of nanotechnology emerges, nations with nuclear weapons at their disposal will begin to realise that they will soon be no longer protected by them. It is obvious that futuristic nano-machines will be able to mass produce undetectable nano-weapons of mass destruction and there are plenty of willing zealots who would be greatly honoured to use them against civilian populations. Some might declare this to be a natural culling of people on an overpopulated planet. There will be plenty of high-ranking military personnel determined to use nanotechnology to stop the religious zealots. On the other hand, nanotechnology has the potential to create anything from very little, including the construction of food and water. Without a responsible science those controlling nanotechnology will bring hell on earth. However, with a responsible science to guide them to it, utopia is possible. In order to obtain that utopia, the scientific will to create it must first exist.

The fanatic will to bring about violent destruction is not limited to religious zealots who inflict instant entropic destruction upon innocent civilians. This fanatical will is fundamentally basic to almost all highly trained scientists as well. The prevailing scientific world-view’s desire to move civilians toward entropic destruction is just as fanatical, but it operates in a slower and more organised manner. Scientists need to realise why this is an accurate depiction of the mainstream scientific mindset and to dissociate themselves from a inner compulsion to worship destructive chaos.

The Nobel Laureate Lord Bertrand Russell and Albert Einstein used mathematics to convince themselves that people must worship chaos destruction. Russell’s most popular essay was entitled ‘A Freeman’s Worship’ in which he wrote that scientists must be governed by the physics law that Einstein called the premier law of all of the sciences, the law of universal chaos. At the very end, Russell wrote, all human creative genius will be utterly destroyed within a universe in thermodynamic ruin.This fanatical mindset cannot be emotionally negated by people continually telling each other to have a happy day. The time period for entropic human extinction, in nano-terms, is not at all linked to the lengthy one that Russell and Einstein predicted.

Arguing totally the opposite to the worshipping of Diabolic chaos, was the Platonic tradition of scientific philosophy that, during the 3rd Century BC, created the ‘Science for Ethical Ends’. One may well ask, what makes Platonic logic so important in this matter of human survival? The answer to that question is that Platonic logic defined ‘evil’ as a destructive property of unformed matter within the physical atom, which can emerge to destroy civilisation.

The same mathematical logic that predicted this threat of nuclear destruction also applies to the misuse of nanotechnology. One may then ask, who can you trust to guide ennobling ethical government for the benefit of all? Platonic ‘good’ was defined as being for the health of an infinite universe. Therefore, the answer is that you can trust a medical science based upon a sustainable infinite evolutionary ethic. The next question arises, how can you locate an infinite evolutionary ethic that functions for the health of the universe when modern mainstream physics prohibits it to exist?

The answer to that question is obvious. Nanotechnology has shown that the molecule of emotion discovered in 1972 by Dr Candace Pert is part of a complex dynamical fractal energy system extending its logic to a universal infinity in contradiction to Russell and Einstein’s world-view. The molecule of emotion continuously upgrades the structure of the endocrine fluids maintaining human health within an evolving infinite universe. That process is the basis of the emerging science of quantum biology, which entangles with the energies of chaos to evolve human consciousness. Quantum biology tells us that it is time to stop worshipping the god of chaos that the ancient Greeks called Diabolos.

Buckminster Fuller used the Platonic ethical mathematics to develop his synergistic model of the universe and the three 1996 Nobel laureates in chemistry named the basis of their new medical science as Fullerene Chemistry. Fuller wrote a book entitled ‘Utopia or Oblivion’ in which he postulated that we now have a choice to be governed by the law of chaos or by the Platonic engineering principles of creation. To the non-scientist this means living in a universe governed by Platonic love.

From Fuller’s balanced energy perspective, derived directly from Platonic mathematics, the necessary medical science can be envisaged in which nano-technology can be guided by an ethical Platonic Oath, upgrading the ancient Hippocratic one, used in medicine today. During the 18th and 19th Centuries, a PhD in science meant a doctorate in philosophy and the great philosophers of that time, who made the great electromagnetic discoveries, used the mathematics belonging to the Platonic ethical science to develop ethical electromagnetic physics. Any leading encyclopaedia will explain that the discoverer of the electromagnetic field, Hans Christian Oersted, wrote his doctoral dissertation, based upon the electromagnetic ethics postulated by the philosopher of science Emmanuel Kant.

Friedrich Schelling and Alexander Humboldt upgraded the electromagnetic ethic in terms compatible with recent discoveries made by nanotechnology. The Platonic tradition of philosophy classifies modern scientists as ignorant barbaric engineers, only fit to help engineer continual Diabolic chaos. Although Kant’s work is held to greatly influence 21st Century scientific culture, it is a good bet that extremely few scientists reading this article would have the faintest clue that anybody ever reasoned about any sort of electromagnetic ethic, or that scientists in the past wrote formulae to demonstrate how electromagnetic ethics balanced E=Mc2.

They might therefore ask themselves, is it true that I cannot even begin to reason about such things, even though my PhD confirms me to be a philosopher? Have I been taught that I cannot challenge Einstein’s entropic world-view? Am I aware that some scientists simply assume that the universe is infinite in order to derive practical solutions to complex engineering problems? Is it possible that I might be only be fit to accelerate entropic chaos in all of my reasoning unless I consider linking my hard earned knowledge to the holographic reality of quantum biology?

These question are rather serious ones. In emotional universal energy terms, there is little difference between a suicide bomber accelerating instant entropic chaos upon innocent people and the development of modern science doing the same thing in slow motion. By ignoring the existence of electromagnetic ethics within nanotechnology, huge machines are digging are up raw materials for entropic industrial development and huge fishing trawlers are netting dolphins as the nets rape the oceans. The perpetrators remain oblivious to the potential of nanotechnology to produce both the raw materials and food supplies from almost nothing.

It appears to be futile to try telling these things to a society hell bent on accelerating destructive chaos and fearful for job opportunities via an economy that converted Kantian ethics for world-peace on earth into an unattainable entropic cancerous economic growth concept. Could it become possible for scientists to allow their brilliant but unbalanced training to become entangled with the newly emerging quantum biology? People need to become aware of what they are doing when they feel obliged to remain in complete servitude to any of the dictates of 20th Century entropic mathematics, physics, politics, economics and religious certitude. Then they may be on the lookout for ethical opportunities in order to become a responsible part of the future nano-quantum biology supra-science.

Georg Cantor’s mathematics is now a fundamental part of modern science. It is time to stop adding to him being the most vilified mathematician in history because of his objective to use his infinity mathematics to bring about world peace. The reader is urged to download ‘Physics of life: The dawn of quantum biology’ on Google to read about NASA findings relevant to this article, as published in the journal Nature and containing two subheadings ‘Nature knows a few tricks that scientists don’t’ and ‘This might just give us a few clues in the quest to develop quantum biology’.

© Professor Robert Pope, Advisor to the President Oceania and Australasia of the Institute for Theoretical Physics and Advanced Mathematics (IFM) Einstein-Galilei for Theoretical Physics and Advanced Mathematics (IFM) Einstein-Galilei