Montessori’s colleague, Tielhard de Chardin, argued that their electromagnetic Golden Gates to the future could only open for all people at the same time and not for any chosen race or privileged few. In direct contrast, her financial supporters, Graham Alexander Bell and President Woodrow Wilson, used Charles Darwin’s life-science, based upon the second law of thermodynamics, to guide the American Darwinian Eugenics political program. During the 1930s, many states in the U.S. had eugenics laws, with those in California being used as a base for eugenics legislation under the dictatorship of Adolph Hitler. Ethics certainly cannot exist within an entropic Nazi culture, nor can it exist within the culture of entropic global economic rationalism.
The six essays compiled through 1976 to 1994,by the Max Planck Institute’s Astrophysicist Peter Kafka, entitled The Principle of Creation and the Global Acceleration Crisis, predicted the 21st Century global economic collapse. Professor Kafka referred to the second law as being a diabolical agriculture research papers worship of the ancient god of chaos, Diabolos. In the last paragraph, Kafka writes that when the situation becomes too ugly and becomes unbearable, people will understand that strange attractors are near.
Beautiful attractors belong to the fractal thought processes providing aesthetic emotional response to beauty within the world of material entropic decay. Strange attractors function within the quantum entanglement process, where aesthetic emotion allows for cerebral electromagnetic pattern recognition to provide rational ethical knowledge belonging to the Platonic Science for Ethical Ends. This evolving life-science wisdom was Sir Isaac Newton’s more profound natural philosophy to balance entropic decay. His linking of evolutionary information carried by light in association with gravity, is now relevant to quantum biology.
The search for new technologies associated with the balancing of entropic chemistry with the Platonic-Fullerene chemistry is generating a vast melting pot of new ideas to help toward establishing a sustainable future for global humanity. The extent of such ideas promotes an optimism that the grave problems threatening humanity can be surmounted by linking the two chemistries to embrace both the material and the holographic (spiritual) environment. From these ideas it becomes clear that an inadequate and ignorant political understanding about the role that carbon plays in the living process is now endangering global human survival. Global climate change, as a life science, cannot be linked to the infinite fractal logic functioning of a rain-cloud, because Einstein’s understanding of the second law of thermodynamics, as the Premier law of all of science, being finite, prohibits it.
The properties of light passing through the liquid crystal construction of the cellular membrane into Buckminster Fullerene carbon nanotubes, to constantly enfold protein patterning in the DNAin order to to fulfil an infinite universal fractal guidence, has been nano-photographed, but such evidence remains classified as a political no go zone within the floundering obsolete World educational system. This is because, evidence demonstrating a life-science association with Kant’s ethics is automatically considered to be inconceivable within its linited world-view. For example, the Australian Government certainly exhibits genuine feelings of aesthetic compassion but owing to its entropic hostility, cannot link it to any practical ethical principles associated with the functioning of carbon within the new nanotechnology chemistry.
The issue of gaining a better understanding of the biological properties of Fullerene carbon is a crucial one. As the Australian Government teeters on the brink of collapse over its decision to impose a carbon tax, the public is beginning to realise that both it and the opposition are not at all conversant with the role that carbon actually plays within the now rapidly changing global environment. In Australia, university advisors on that subject, labouring within the confines of a totally entropic culture, have little knowledge about the new balancing Fullerene chemistry, let alone its rigorous physics association with the Platonic Science for Ethical Ends.
In 1984 the Science-Art Research Centre’s Bio-Aestheticist, the late Dr George Robert Cockburn, Royal fellow of Medicine (London) published a book correcting Immanuel Kant’s Aesthetics, entitled A Bio-Aesthetic Key to Creative Physics and Art. In 200, the Artist-author Christopher Degenhardt, published a Review of the book, revealing that Cockburn had reached the same conclusion that the 19th Century mathematician Bernard Bolzano made in his Theory of Science, when he also corrected Immanuel Kant’s Aesthetics. Bolzano identified the infinite bio-properties of the strange attractor, which gives credence to Kant’s concept that ethics was about an infinite evolution of consciousness, as was later proposed by the Nobel laureate in medicine, Svent- Gyoergyi.
Chris Degenhardt was presented with the Centre’s 2009 Cockburn Memorial Award, for his discovery and later published essays about the new Florentine quantum biology chemistry’s association with the properties of carbon activity functioning contrary to the entropic worldview. The April May 2011 issue of Cosmos Magazine quotes a statement by the journalist Rachel Ehrenberg, who refers to the bizarre world of carbon nanotubes. She writes “that they appear to break laws of physics, behave in ways chemistry can’t explain and could be a new source of power”.
The physicist, Dr Paul Taylor, recently returned from an exploration trip along the Amazon River, to research ancient biochar technolgy, organised with Dr Paul Widman, former Co- Chair of the United Nations University Millennium Project’s Australasian Node, to hold a Black Carbon Research Workshop. This took place at the Science-Art Centre’s Castle on The Hill in Australia, near Mt Warning in the Tweed Valley of New South Wales during April 2011. Paul Taylor, editor and co-author of the book The Biochar Revolution, with contributions from 18 Biochar experts and authors, spoke about the lost secret of the ancient Amazon Indian’s Terra Pretta or Black Earth agricultural successes, described by the Spanish explorer Francisco de Orellana during the 16th Century. Paul Wildman, economics advisor to the Science-Art Centre, interested in the properties of black carbon nanotube biochar food supply objectives, spoke about the concept of Earth Jurisprudence, in which our economic system as well as our legal system must be reformed to protect basic human rights, in particular a guarantee of a ethically sustainable food supply.
The Director of the Sustainability Research Institute of Australia, the engineer Dudley Leggett, argued that the work of Alan Turing, who cracked Nazi Germany’s Enigma code and has been recognised as the father of computer science, provided the basis for a better understanding of the value of biochar in agriculture. He pointed out that in 1952 Turing published The Chemical Basis of Morphogenesis, describing how biological systems can self organise and showed that the wonders of creation are present in natural code form. Leggett explained that Turing had proposed that a complex balancing code existed in nature, acting beyond the limitations of entropic reality and that Turing’s research methodology might be applied to break such a code for the benefit of the global human condition.
Dr Wildman, familiar with Aristotle’s ethical medical-political science, argued, that it was impossible to obtain research funding about such ideas within the Australian entropic world-view. He proposed that an alternative hands-on endeavour, which he referred to as a ‘Bush Mechanics’ approach, should be employed. Working with one of the authors of the book The Biochar Revolution, Char Master Dolph Cooke, they had established a practical Biochar enterprise at Mebbin Springs in Northern New South Wales.
In conclusion, this essay attempts to stimulate scientific research within the Humanities, which embraces the great adventure of rigorous guidance from the Florentine quantum biology discoveries. Plato pointed out, that, without a sure knowledge of the engineering principles of spiritual (holographic) optics, all other engineering philosophies are barbaric and lead to warfare. To make matters even worse, the innate ‘evil’ associated with such an entropic philosophic culture was held to lead to the emergence of the destructive property of unformed matter from within the physical atom. Hence, Buckminster Fuller’s warning in his book titled Utopia of Oblivion.