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The Renaissance and Synergetic Environmental Science

Buckminster Fuller and Sir C.P. Snow warned that the current unequal understanding of the second law of thermodynamics is accelerating civilization to a global catastrophe. To avoid this catastrophe, it was necessary to unite modern science with the life sciences of the classical Greek era. A question arises: is it possible for the arts to build a social cradle to help ensure that reunification takes place in a timely manner to prevent such global chaos? This article argues that there is an important ecological basis for performing this task. It could become the basis for supporting such a cradle and Western art culture has come to understand the responsibility for its construction.

The concept is that evolution functions as a negative universal process, expressing the infinite properties of fractal geometric logic. The Encyclopedia of Human Thermodynamics defines the energy of the life sciences as a synergy, giving a definition in stark contrast to Einstein’s assertion that all sciences must be governed by the second law of thermodynamics. The High Energy Astrophysics Division of the NASA Library has published articles showing that classical Greek biology was based on fractal logic, in which case, not all life would be destroyed according to the second law of thermodynamics.

And Sir Isaac Newton’s unpublished articles, discovered in the last century, have rightly explored the balance between today’s mechanistic deterministic worldview with a deeper natural philosophy of science. Newton’s principles of equilibrium were not only an expression of fractal logic but the very principles that once supported ancient Greek biology. It makes no sense that the influential traces of the Inquisition classify Newton’s balanced science as a mad criminal heresy.

Arthur C Clarke’s television documentary, Facts: The Colors of Infinity, featured several famous scientists, including Benoit Mandelbrot. Mandelbrot’s famous fractal equation was hailed as the greatest mathematical discovery in human history. Arthur Clarke then explains that fractal logic actually extends to infinity, adding the comment that fractal logic extends beyond the death of the universe.

Engineering under the yoke of destruction has long been considered a recipe for social disaster. Plato alluded to engineers who were ignorant of the principles of spiritual-visual geometry, as barbarians were suitable only for continuous warfare. The Parthenon was built according to the fractal mathematical logic of Pythagoras as a spiritual statement of morality, which was embedded in the theories of creation belonging to the Nous of Anaxagoras. The use of computers in the reconstruction of the Parthenon program showed that the temple was carefully built to create an optical illusion using the geometric principles of the Golden Men.

Our greatest scientists are seen as spiritually obstructed by the yoke of entropy, as are many of our greatest scientists who represent the human sciences. Marcello Ficino during the 15th century was director of the renovated Platonic Academy in Florence. His work was devoted to Plato’s work on the atomic physics of the soul. Plato’s geometric evil, associated with the destructive obsession with war, is defined in his Timaeus as a property of undistorted matter within a physical atom. The classical Greek fractal logic of universal love revolved around the concepts of atomic physics.

The ancient Greek checks and balances associated with Aristotle’s ethics of leading a noble government are seen as valid for the future development of preventive technology to counter the barbaric obsession of engineering with nuclear fission. In any case, Plato’s principles of spiritual geometry are now firmly used at the forefront of quantum biological research, as our physical reality is only a tiny aspect of a much larger three-dimensional reality. Now we are facing a bigger environmental science problem than one could imagine and we need a related balanced ecology.

It makes no sense that the life sciences of global climate change remain separate from the geometrically modular functioning of a rain cloud. Chaotic, inappropriate, and deterministic environmental policies can be seen as a precursor to possible nightmarish scenes. Princeton University announces that its environmental policies are tied to those of U.S. President Woodrow Wilson.



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