The idea that reality evolves through an infinite dance of fundamental atomic geometric forms with an ethical purpose, became the basis of science in Greece in the third century BC. Plato’s Academy called it science for ethical purposes. The Epicurean University called it the Science of Universal Love. The movement of the moon, echoing the atomic dance of life, was seen to influence the female cycle. The ethical purpose, in this case, was held to explain a mother’s love and compassion for children, giving sex an infinite potential ethical value.
Greek philosophers argued that religious beliefs were not part of the atomic purpose and others argued that traditional cultural virtues contributed to the evolution of humanity. A crucial debate at the time was that healthy human development required a scientific understanding of infinity. This understanding was associated with a sexually oriented joy of life associated with the eternal atomic dance that creates a desire to love and protect children.
Greek science was invented to save civilization from the extinction process, recorded in the fossil record. In particular, the term “savior” was applied to the teachers of the Epicurean school. The Roman government viewed this idea as a threat to the stability of its Empire. However, it succumbed to Christian ideology during the 5th century AD At that time science was an instrument controlled by religious dogma for the purpose of military conquest rather than reasoning about the infinite ethical purpose of the atomic geometric dance of life. .
The mathematical understanding of the dance of life under religious control during the Middle Ages had to do with ensuring that a particular creed developed science to protect itself from military conquest. Sexual selection focused on the physical attributes of the warrior class, echoing the primitive survival mentality of previous life on earth, most of which had become extinct. Infinite mathematical conjecture was completely banished from all scientific reasoning as a treacherous heresy. Giordano Bruno in 1600 was burned alive by the Christian church in Rome for teaching about it at the University of Oxford.
The resulting supreme law of science became one of carcinogenic growth and development towards certain extinction and therefore cannot be considered ethical. The genius of Einstein, who initially agreed with that unethical proposition, provided the solution to this problem. His “we can’t solve problems using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them” meant that science needed to alter its governing logic.
For humanity to prosper, it must confront modern science’s obsession with the certain extinction of humanity. That will imply a re-understanding of our sexual mentality. The infinite geometric logic involved in the dance of life generates a tinderbox of emotional thoughts and feelings beyond current scientific understanding. With all the best intentions, religious concepts of infinity are of little pragmatic help. This is demonstrated by the current exposure of organized child sexual abuse within the Christian Church and the degrading use of sex associated with acts of religious Islamic terrorism. The complexity and dynamics of sexual reality requires a much deeper and more compassionate understanding.
Science is an incredible wonder. However, their use of information and communication devices sparked a dysfunctional global 3D epidemic of false unethical financial expectations. The mass manufacture of such devices is transmitting dysfunctional information. It uses artistic knowledge to generate false social anticipation through the use of geometric mathematics similar to the creation of addictions associated with the operation of the poker machine.
Science must give up its obsessive intolerance towards research to link human evolutionary survival with infinite fractal logic. In the current carcinogenic situation, all the logic of information and communication only obeys the laws of universal chaos. The restructuring of this outdated law will allow crucial and relevant scientific research to be carried out. In quantum biological neurological cancer research, living information is known to flow in the opposite direction to the energies of extinction chaos. It is important to investigate the reasoning that living emotional information, when entangled with the energy of chaos, generates an evolutionary universal consciousness.
The procedure that science could use to solve this problem is simple. You can’t wait for political leaders to draft persuasive religious ideas about ethical immortality. That would be counterproductive, as it cannot be argued scientifically. Religion and science are still caught in an emotional power struggle that the 17th century philosopher Thomas Hobbes described as one that leads to continuous cycles of destructive conflict throughout the history of evolving civilizations. However, in the name of cancer research, relevant controversial geometric scientific concepts can be programmed into a computer to obtain a human survival plan. At present, this is impossible because modern science is innately carcinogenic and cannot generate such futuristic non-carcinogenic simulations.
Sigmund Freud described this scientific obsession with our extinction in his ‘Beyond the pleasure principle’. He described science as the use of inorganic chemistry to force organic biological sciences back to an inanimate state. As the father of psychoanalysis, he dedicated his life to liberating the human mentality from this dictatorship of the cult of emotional death. As an influential Freemason, his attempt echoed the centuries-old battle between the Christian Church and the naive and failed attempt of Freemasonry to free humanity from what it called the principle of destruction that science advocates. The 1948 Freemasonry book ‘Freemasonry Its Hidden Meaning’ clearly stated that its purpose was to free humanity from the yoke imposed by the Principle of Destruction. However, Freud’s condemnation of our death cult to extinction can now be used to help quickly design such an accurate plan for human survival.
The simple idea of putting the subject of the complex geometric dance of life into a computer program to obtain a map of the evolution of seashells was successful during the 20th century. IEEE, the world’s largest technological research institute, reprinted the discovery of the life force in 1990. However, applying the ethical logic of 3rd century science regarding the cancer-free geometric evolution of growth and development of seashells across space-time is now in violation of the prevailing logic of the cult of human death. The shell’s survival plan was acceptable, but the human remains an emotional, religious, and scientific heresy.
Any major religion that perceives that the religion of another culture uses a dysfunctional carcinogenic methodology to ensure its own survival will attempt to rectify that situation. Traditional beliefs and customs, based on the excitement of sound and color, fused with dysfunctional geometric logic, similar to the mathematical science of the poker machine, can only provoke dysfunctional desires to accelerate extreme cultural chaos in an attempt to do so. rectification.
However, as soon as simulations of human survival plans emerge, then your first major geometric knowledge of the nature of carcinogenic growth and development can also be used for the benefit of the entire world population. The resulting wealth generated would be greater than the cost of destroying various national infrastructures. The ethical magnification of science will then become part of the universal consciousness which will become self-aware to get rid of its past carcinogenic disposition. As ancient Greek ethical logic argued, science can guide ennobling government for the health of the universe by becoming part of its healthy growth and development, thus avoiding extinction. That project is now in the hands of scientists and artists internationally promoting that idea as an integral part of the 21st century Renaissance, which literally means the rebirth of ancient Greek ethical science.