Renaissance Science – The Physics of Social Cancer

At a World Summit Meeting of Science in 1979 held at the International Centre for Theoretical Physics in Trieste, China’s most highly awarded physicist, Kun Huang, agreed with the director of the Australian Science-Art Research Centre in Australia, that modern physics had no capacity to embrace life energy forces as it could only dealt with mechanistic logic.

Classical Greek life science had been based upon the Golden Mean geometries associated with the harmonic movement of the Pythagorean Music of the Spheres concept. Celestial movement was also thought to use the forces of harmonic resonance to transmit evolutionary guidance information to the movement of atoms within biological systems. Huang suggested that by observing evolutionary patterning changes to the various Golden Mean designs recorded in the worlds seashell fossil record, it might be possible to deduce the nature of the new life energy physics laws.

During the 1980s the Science-Art Centre had several seashell life energy papers published by Italy’s leading scientific journal, Il Nouvo Cimento. In 1990 two of them were selected as being amongst the important discoveries of the 20th Century by IEEE in Washington. This institute is dedicated to the betterment of the human condition and is the world’s largest technical professional society. The Centre’s mathematician, generated the simulation of a living seashell creature. By lowering the formula’s harmonic order, he generated the creature’s 20 million year old fossil ancestor. By lowering the order by a lesser harmonic he obtained the simulation of the fossil, Niponites Mirabilis, becoming the first person in the world to link that fossil to any living creature.

In 1995 the seashell mathematics won an internationally peer reviewed first prize in biology for the discovery of new physics laws governing optimum biological growth and development through space time, validating Kun Huang’s original premise. Recently it was discovered that the first bone created in the human embryo is the sphenoid bone and that it was currently changing its shape under the influence of the same physics forces controlling seashell evolution. The sphenoid, known in Alchemy as Golden Mean is in vibrational contact with the sea shell design of the inner ear. Niponites Mirabilis was designed to keep the creature upright in water and the design of the inner ear keeps humans upright on the land. The Science-Art Centre is now working on a project to generate a futuristic human survival simulation in order to deduce the nature of new human survival technologies.

From the humanoid sphenoid fossil record, we can observe that each time it changes shape a new species of humanoid emerges. By running the Music of the Spheres life-forces through the humanoid fossil record it should be possible to generate a twenty million year human survival scenario. This vision of humanity’s futuristic healthy future would provide a reliable template from which to obtain the new survival technology. Such technology would be associated with a fractal logic process which functions in defiance of the physics laws governing the present scientific world view.

The moral reason that such a fractal life science should be developed is that by using the Classical Greek fractal logic, it is possible to generate healthy biological growth and development through space time. Attempts to do this by using the present life energy science can only result in the generation of biological distortions. It can be considered that our present understanding of life science contains cancerous logic.

Dr Richard Merrick at the University of Texas has used the Classical Greek Music of the Spheres’ life science to explain, in great biological detail, the fractal energy basis of creative thought. NASA has published papers arguing that the ancient Greek life science was based upon fractal logic. The engineer Buckminster Fuller, in his book Utopia or Oblivion argued that unless science is reunited with that ancient world view then civilisation cannot survive. The existing global scientific cancer can be prevented from going terminal. Fuller’s work as been employed to rewrite Chemistry as the basis of a new medical life science.

Art and Science – The Physics of Our Natural World, A Book Review

When you go to college you take psychology and philosophy courses which challenge the reality of existence, as the professor tries to get your mind to think outside the box. While this is a very good exercise, it confuses a good number of students. Perhaps I have a solution for that. Maybe all these college students need to do is to consider the science behind what is, that is to say, ask the question; what is our reality made of, and then work backwards from there, while asking the same questions suggested by the professors.

If you’d like a book which can help you consider all this, and perhaps understand a little bit more about what they are doing with particle physics at places like CERN, then I have a decent recommendation for you. The name of the book is;

“Einstein’s Space and Van Gogh’s Sky – Physical Reality and Beyond” by Lawrence Leshan and Henry Margenau, MacMillan Publishers, New York, NY, 1982, 268 Pages, ISBN: 0-02-570460-5.

Now then, you don’t have to be a new age sort of person to enjoy this attempt by the authors to explain our current realm and reality using hard science, quantum physics, and much of Einstein’s most noted equations and theories to enjoy this book and ponder the alternate realities, or relative observations of all that is in our known world. The authors first dive into exactly how to understand and explain this concept of alternate realities and the structure of domains, realms, and relative realities.

Although this book was written in 1982 one could look at it and see that much of the understanding of modern day, even the most current theories of particle physics in philosophically touched upon. In fact, by the time you are completed with Part I of this book you will have a pretty good grasp heading into Part II and Part III. The authors have a nice philosophical and scientific argument for the reader with regards to relativity and truth, as in what is it, what is it reality, and where and when did it, will it, or can it occur.

You will enjoy the discussion on causality, feedback, purpose, reductionism, logic, and verification of scientific theory, as the authors perhaps explain how come their view is perfectly sound with all that is. In Part III, well, this is where things get really interesting and deep as in; what is real, is anything real, and why is it real, or not. There is an interesting chapter on art, one on ethics, and another on consciousness.

Although these authors seem to be writing from a liberal arts perspective, which drives someone like me up the wall, their scientific usage of theories, and knowledge is quite good, thus, this book survives the label of a; New Age work.

Beyond the Tao of Physics – The Spirituality of Science

Physics: A link to the past

It has been a third of a century since Fritjof Capra’s bestselling book The Tao of Physics. Capra related the similarities between the physics and cosmology of the time (1975) to Eastern mysticism. Since then scores of scientific discoveries have left scientists mystified and the general public stymied.

In order to make observations fit into theory, scientists have recently proposed that 96% of the universe is missing dark matter and dark energy, that space is not empty but full of energy, that there are at least seven concealed dimensions, that the “fundamental particles” in Capra’s book are not fundamental, that there are an infinity of parallel universes, that the universe is but information, and that simply knowing an organism’s DNA sequence does not reveal the secret of life.

Capra’s book suggested a theory in which everything is interconnected and manifests only with consciousness. Do the recent scientific assertions support this? Yes. But they also go well beyond just Eastern mysticism and intimate the original teachings of religions and the ancient spiritual teachings of all the world’s cultures. Capra predicted that new scientific revelations would lead to a more accurate portrait of our world. Indeed, in less than four decades we have a new world-view.

21st-century science: A beacon of light into the spiritual

I have collated cosmology, physics, biology, and other sciences with spiritual teachings and discovered that a new truth is emerging. Science of this century has caught up with spiritual teachings several millennia old. To understand the new truth we must comprehend that the universe is mental and spiritual, that matter is a convenient metaphor used by humans to make sense of our world, that our senses gasp but a billionth of what is out there, that the big questions such as the origin of life, the genesis of the universe, and the nature of reality still have no satisfactory scientific explanations.

Yet the astounding discoveries in recent years inch us closer to appreciating the inscrutable depictions of reality from Eastern mysticism as well as spiritual teachings from all ancient cultures. I have sought to bridge the gap between science and spirituality by explaining recent scientific discoveries dealing with our origins, reality, misperceptions, body/mind, consciousness, spirituality, and afterlife.

My journey took me on a tour of the mind-boggling scientific concepts of the creation of the universe, life, and humankind. New theories reveal a startling view of reality. Recent breakthroughs explain how mind and consciousness emerge from body and brain, overturning previous dogmas and offering new healing methods. New studies provide fascinating insights into the possibility of an afterlife. Comparing 21st-century science with spiritual beliefs, I discovered how the rift between science and spirituality can be healed.