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On February 18, 2011, the Cornel University Library announced a quantum biological discovery made by two Chinese scientists from Mongolian universities. Scientists used mathematics to explain why proteins folded strangely inside DNA, challenging the 20th century scientific worldview.

An excerpt from the book titled, Science-Art and Technology of Human Survivalpublished a decade earlier by the Australian Science and Art Research Centre, it had predicted the discovery made by Liaofu Luo and Jun Lu. Below is an excerpt from the book that mentions the cell membrane. “The evolutionary direction is provided by the constantly changing shapes of the evolving protein, which when measured, shows that it is moving towards universal infinity.” This concept challenges Einstein’s world view.

The properties of the liquid crystal optical construction of the cell membrane are considered, at the nanometer scale, to perceive the existence of holographic reality. This awareness is transmitted to consciousness through endorphins creating a Golden Mean pattern recognition pleasure, which involves an electromagnetic process (the Greek concept of Wisdom through Beauty). The changing patterns of proteins are known to express aspects of infinite fractal geometry, which in ancient Mesopotamia was called sacred geometry. The association of geometry with the design of living things was taught to students, including Leonardo da Vinci, during the 15th century by Fibbonacci and Pacioli, when they introduced Babylonian mathematics to European civilization.

Pacioli summed up this mathematical link to biology with his famous quote“Like God, the Divine Proportion is always similar to itself”, today it is known that this is an expression of the infinite property of fractal logic. Such design geometry is found in the construction of living things, such as pineapples, sunflowers, and pineapples. The Emotion Molecule, discovered in 1972 by Dr. Candace Pert, evolves by increasing the speed of its molecular movement as an infinite fractal expression. Mesopotamian mathematics can now be linked to an emotional Platonic Greek science called Science for ethical purposes. However, that particular science was derived, not from the Babylonian mystery schools, but from the ancient Egyptian mystery schools of Mesopotamia, as the mathematician Buckminster Fuller discovered.

Nanotechnology has revealed that the difference between Fuller’s findings from the Egyptian schools and the mathematical findings of Bertrand Russell and Albert Einstein, derived from the Babylonian schools, is important. As Fuller pointed out, this difference is about choosing between utopia or oblivion. Bertrand Russell’s most popular essay, written in 1904, titled The worship of a free man, insisted that we must endure the continued reign of chaos and despair associated with Einstein’s world view. His shared worldview held that the second law of thermodynamics, also known as the universal law of chaos, should always govern our scientific culture. That law, of course, includes the science that advocates global economic rationalism.

Russell and Einstein insisted that when the universe finally radiated all its energy out into cold space, all life in the universe must be destroyed. Russell referred to this miserable end of everything, as a “Universe in thermodynamic ruin”. However, this concept has been shown to be incorrect. The recent CERN experiment, published in the journal Nature, showed that dying novae in the Milky Way sent cosmic radiation across millions of years of space-time to influence the development of life on Earth. This cosmic radiation from novae in the Milky Way causes clouds on earth to produce rain. This discovery created chaos within the European carbon credit economy, which is now on the brink of collapse. Up to here the global economic rationalism.

The death of a dinosaur in the ancient jasper fields produced a fatty acid liquid crystalline soap which, when exposed to the same cosmic radiation, began to turn into jasper crystals. Sacred geometries can be observed in this process and mathematicians have published that the crystalline structures form infinite fractal logical statements relevant to ancient mathematical mythologies.

The minds of Bertrand Russell and Albert Einstein could never have imagined that such a phenomenon could exist. Their scientific worldview would never have suggested to them the possibility of using mathematics to discover the relevant physical laws responsible for such a thing. For them, no scientific explanation of how sacred geometry could explain the mythical human intuition that the living process progressed towards infinity would have been possible. Models of life on earth are not allowed, being associated with the operation of an infinite holographic universe, under his ruling, which held that eventually all life in the universe must be destroyed.

In 1990, the Australian Science-Art Research Center mathematician discovered the new laws of vital energy, which was published by the world’s largest technology research institute, IEEE-SPIE Milestone Series, as one of the great discoveries in the literature. of the 20th century. The legacy of Einstein’s death wish, which governs the higher education system of Western culture, simply prohibited mainstream science from further investigating this discovery. In 1995, an international peer-reviewed evaluation of the discovery, under the auspices of the Institute for Basic Research in America, announced that the Center’s mathematics discovery was relevant to new physical laws governing optimal biological growth and development through of space-time. Therefore, Einstein’s world view can be considered cancerous.

We can get an idea of ​​why Western culture is destroying itself by comparing the difference between the worship of the dominant religious deities of ancient Babylon and ancient Egypt. Western mathematics and physics became associated with the use of sacred geometries as belonging to the mythical cult of the Babylonian goddess Ishtar, the goddess of sex and war. Bertrand Russell in his autobiography wrote that during his adolescence he was very lonely and that the only reason he did not commit suicide was his desire to learn more about how ancient mathematics was linked to metaphysical philosophy.

in Russell A history of western philosophy, seems to elevate the status of the Goddess Ishtar, although the use of sacred geometries to explain her mythical existence is extremely complex. However, she became Britain’s foremost advocate of “free love”, as published in his book titled ‘Marriage and morals’. His appointment as a professor at the City College of New York in 1940 was canceled by court order, which found him morally unfit to teach at the college. His first three marriages ended in sordid public disgrace, but his attitude toward sexual behavior seemed to have less relevance during his fourth marriage in his later years.

Bertrand Russell was a brave person who received a Nobel Prize for his contributions to free thought. However, his personal sexual life, associated with Babylonian mathematical myth, did become related to Western scientific thought. This becomes obvious when we compare Russell’s findings with Buckminster Fuller’s discoveries, which were associated with the worship of the mythical ancient Egyptian goddess Maat.

Maat was the Goddess of truth and beauty who prevented the universe from returning to chaos. In Russell’s most popular essay, titled In Freeman’s cult, advocated the opposite, a heartless and desperate worship of chaos itself, as defined by Einstein’s incorrect definition of universal chaos as the First law of all science.

A comparison of the effects of intuitive mythology on the health of the Babylonian and Egyptian civilizations reveals the enormity of the Russell-Einstein development of Western science. A 1995 government report titled Attitudes, preferences and sexual infections in Ancient Egypt by Robert S Morton, reveals why global economic rationalism is truly on the brink of collapse. With’change‘, the Fullerene medical science proposed by the 1996 Nobel laureates in chemistry can reverse this threat to global humanity. A United Nations mandate ensuring that the administration of governments is guided by a Platonic-Fulerene medical ethos would save the day. Aristotle’s concept of an ethical medical science, for the health of the universe, would allow the ennobling rule of his designed to prevent the destruction of civilization to come true.

An ennobling government, in which people strive to hold themselves personally accountable for ongoing ethical actions, judged by an ethical medical science, could gain the supratechnologies that Fuller understood to be innate within Platonic Science for ethical purposes. We can thank Pythagoras for defining her spiritual freedom, linking her to the nature of light from her studies in the ancient Egyptian mystery schools. Spiritual freedom is related to the electromagnetic transmission of holographic consciousness from the cell membrane, the All-Seeing Eye, which guides human evolution. Thomas Jefferson had some insight into this phenomenon when he described the Pythagorean concept of spiritual freedom on the Great Seal of America.

In the report on the ancient Egyptian society guided by the cult of Maat, Robert Morton explained that autopsies of ancient Egyptian mummies revealed that the incidence of sexually transmitted diseases was low compared to other Mesopotamian civilizations. Boys were educated in Maat’s teachings of truth and justice until the age of 12 to 14, when at puberty they became adults. Morton points to “the absence of any recognition of adolescence as we know and define it.” The report found that “the structure functioned successfully through Ma’at and the social cement of the family.” Family contentment, genuine respect for motherhood and a democratic existence within its form of government, a lucrative export market with taxes paid for pyramid-building work, and a lack of adolescent rebellion, seemed to shape a society that Morton considered that we can envy today. .

The sacred geometric myth of the Egyptian mentality fused mercy and compassion in the daily life of the population, who needed to be responsible for ethical conduct in order to be judged fit to enter the afterlife. Following the collapse of the Egyptian First Kingdom, due to a prolonged drought, the people of the Second Kingdom fused the ethic of mercy, compassion, and justice into the fabric of political law. Later Greek mathematicians added the virtue of Platonic love to their atomistic science of universal love. This is in contrast to the scientifically unbalanced concept of modern democracy, in which the unethical greed of people, who feel no need to take responsibility for their actions, accelerates social chaos.

In the fifth century AD, the custodian of the Great Library of Alexandria, the mathematical virgin Hypatia, was assassinated by a rioting Christian mob and the library’s scrolls were burned. Saint Augustine declared all the mathematics of Mesopotamian sacred geometry to be the work of the devil, citing the Biblical description of the Great Whore of Babylon.

Bertrand Russell and Albert Einstein grew up in a society ignorant of the fact that the life process was an expression of an infinite universal fractal evolutionary process. The faster the United Nations establishes the new platonic-fulerene medical science to guide the ennobling government, the faster we can develop the human survival supratechnologies of Lost Science for ethical purposes.

© Professor Robert Pope.

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