The emotion molecule was discovered in 1972 by scientist Dr. Candace Burt. It was found to be the same molecule that was present 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 vibrates faster. It can be considered that this evolutionary acceleration process may be caused by the fractal expansion of the universe. This suggestion can be assimilated into the lost classical Greek music of the life sciences in the fields. The Harvard/NASA High Energy Department of Astrophysics Library recently published papers demonstrating that the classical Greek worldview was based on fractal logic.
The main difficulties in conducting research in fractal life science are first, that it has been considered heresy, and second, that it defies the law of physics that governs Western scientific culture. Physical energy law requires that all life in the universe be destroyed when the heat of the universe radiates into the cold space. While fractal logic is scientifically accepted as extending infinity, the life sciences within Western universities can only revolve around species evolving towards this supposed heat death extinction. The pagan basis of science once argued that infinite geometrical logic linked the evolutionary process to the workings of the infinite universe, and again dogmatic religious science is on the defensive.
Jesuit priest Teilhardt de Chardin completely refuted the all-encompassing force of the law of physics of total extinction that now governs Western technology. He and colleague Maria Montessori, listed in TIME Magazine’s Century of Science as the Greatest Scientist of 1907, wanted to balance Einstein’s law of destruction, E=Mc2, with the law of fractal logic banned from ancient Greece. De Chardin’s work was denied publication during his lifetime by the Roman Holy Office, and the fundamental law of destructive spirit went on to be referred to by Einstein as the first law of all science.
Montessori had been working with Alexander Graham Bell and Thomas Edison on ideas about how electromagnetic forces could influence young schoolchildren in order to develop creative abilities distinct from the patriarchal or dogmatic influence of the Church. De Chardin and Montessori’s electromagnetic gates to the future cannot be opened for any chosen race or privileged few, but only for all people at the same time. The Science Art Research Center in Australia wanted to locate a working electromagnetic example of this human fractal logic in nature.
The scholar, Matti Pitkanen, expanded de Chardin’s ideas on the lost Greek science of universal love. Every 11 years the sun sends deadly balls of electromagnetic radiation towards the earth which are picked up by the earth’s electromagnetic hands and shot off into outer space. Pitkänen noted that the process met the criteria for it to be considered an act of consciousness, in which electromagnetic forces act for the health of all life on Earth at the same time.
During the 20th century, the Arts and Sciences Research Center in Australia discovered new physical laws governing optimal biological growth and development through space-time. The mathematician and director of the center were both awarded the Gold Medal in 2009 by the Telesio-Galilei Academy of Sciences in London. Professor Simon Schnell, Head of Biological Research at Moscow University, also received such an award after his impassioned lecture on the burning alive of the scientist Giordano Bruno in Rome for his teaching on the Greek science of universal love at Oxford University.
While the wrath of the Inquisition may have lost steam, thinking about life and death issues for humanity still suffers from poignant limitations due to existing religious beliefs. In honor of those great scholars of the Church who have suffered so badly because of its hierarchical character, challenges to established scientific dogma regarding discussion of the spiritual or tridimensional sciences should not warrant condemnation as heresy. The Roman historian Cicero records that Greek atomistic teachers of universal love were called saviors. Perhaps, Thomas Jefferson’s published conviction that Jesus Christ was the greatest of these scientists who inherited the title “Savior” might provide a sort of modern healing salve for the church during the future technology debate.
Written by Professor Robert Pope
Copyright © 2010 Robert Pope