At the 1979 World Summit of Science meeting held at the International Center for Theoretical Physics in Trieste, Kun Huang, the most awarded Chinese physicist, agreed with the Director of the Australian Science and Arts Research Center in Australia that modern physics does not have the capacity to embrace life energy forces because it can only deal with mechanical logic.
Classical Greek anatomy was based on the geometry of the golden mean associated with the harmonic motion of Pythagoras’ music concept of spheres. Celestial motion was also thought to use the forces of harmonic resonance to impart evolutionary guidance information to the movement of atoms within biological systems. Huang suggested that by observing evolutionary pattern changes to the various golden mean designs recorded in the world seashell fossil record, it might be possible to infer the nature of the new life energy laws of physics.
During the 1980s, the Center for Science and Arts had several serendipitous life energy papers published by Italy’s leading scientific journal, Il Nouvo Cimento. In 1990, two of them were selected to be among the important discoveries of the twentieth century by the IEEE in Washington. This institute is dedicated to improving the human condition and is the world’s largest technical professional society. The mathematician at the center has created a simulation of a living creature out of seashells. By lowering the harmonic order of the formula, he creates a 20-million-year-old fossil ancestor of the creature. By demoting by lower harmony, he gets to simulate the fossil, Niponites Mirabilis, becoming the first person in the world to associate this fossil with any organism.
In 1995, the mathematician of Serendipity won the internationally reviewed first prize in Biology for her discovery of new physical laws governing optimal biological growth and development across space-time, validating Kun Huang’s original hypothesis. It was recently discovered that the first bone to form in the human fetus, the sphenoid bone, is now changing shape under the influence of the same physical forces that control the development of the shell. The sphenoid, known in chemistry as the Golden Mean, is in vibratory contact with the sea shell design of the inner ear. Niponites Mirabilis was designed to keep the creature upright in the water and the inner ear design kept humans upright on land. The Arts and Science Center is now working on a project to generate a future simulation of human survival in order to infer the nature of new human survival techniques.
From the human adipose fossil record, we can note that each time a new type of human was transformed. By running the life forces in the Music of the Spheres through the human fossil record, it should be possible to generate a scenario of human survival for twenty million years. This vision of humanity’s healthy future will provide a reliable model upon which to obtain this new survival technology. This technology will be associated with a process of fractal logic that works in defiance of the laws of physics that govern the current scientific worldview.
The moral reason why this science of fractal life should be developed is that, using classical Greek fractal logic, it is possible to generate healthy biological growth and development through space-time. Attempts to do this using current bioenergy science can generate biological abnormalities. It can be considered that our current understanding of the life sciences contains a cancerous logic.
Dr. Richard Merrick of the University of Texas used Classical Greek Music for Life Sciences in Fields to explain, in great biological detail, the basis of fractal energy for creative thought. NASA has published papers claiming that ancient Greek biology was based on the logic of fractals. The engineer Buckminster Fuller, in his book Utopia or Oblivion, argued that unless science was unified with the ancient world view, civilization could not survive. The current global scientific cancer can be prevented from moving to an end. Fuller’s work has been employed to rewrite chemistry as the basis for the new medical life sciences.