Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Tyrannosaurus Rexina and the Ethics of Creative Physics

Apparently, the fossil record is telling us that the female Tyrannosaurus Rex was much larger than the male and during mating season he had to tread very carefully. It seems the female needed to consume larger amounts of calcium to produce strong eggs, which also contributed to the extra size of her formidable weaponry. The basic design program of this killer dinosaur paid little attention to the evolution of its tiny arms, but the wishbone structure in the chest suggests that a great evolutionary plan of some sort was slowly moving toward the creation of futuristic bird life.

The evolution of humanity had a seemingly merciless blueprint guiding it toward worship of a loving merciful
ethical God. However, intuition to do that eventually did occur amidst a violent claw and tooth prevailing mentality. The present path toward a loving and caring evolutionary direction has atomic weaponry signposts signalling some obsession to share our destiny with the dinosaurs. In order to avoid extinction we can re-examine the original dinosaur blueprint instructions more carefully to understand how to scientifically upgrade our destiny accordingly. The ancient Platonic tradition of Greek philosophy's Science for Ethical Ends supplied us with the mathematics to do this.

The Greek philosophers, Thales and Pythagoras, travelled to Egypt to study mathematical political ethics from the teachings of the Mystery Schools of Maat, the mythical Goddess for mercy, compassion and justice, who prevented the universe from reverting to chaos. The Egyptian Second Kingdom's use of sacred geometrical mathematics to incorporate mercy, compassion and justice into political law had been studied by Greek philosophers during the 5th Century BC. The Platonic tradition of Greek philosophy knew that very ancient monsters had become extinct and established a mathematical science to guide ennobling government during the 3rd Century BC, so that human civilisation would not also become extinct.

The engineer Buckminster Fuller derived his synergistic world-view from that mathematics, in contradiction to the Einsteinian world-view, which demands the complete extinction of all life in the universe. Fuller's book entitled Utopia or Oblivion, was based upon Plato's spiritual (holographic) sacred geometrical mathematics.

During the 5th Century BC the philosopher of science, Anaxagoras postulated his theory of creation, realising that evolution on earth lacked ethical moral purpose. He considered that an intelligent Creator, used a whirling (gravitation) force to act upon primordial particles in space to make the worlds of our universe, causing them to spin to evolve mind. This God then left our region of the universe in order to create further universes elsewhere. The three universities that followed the Platonic tradition of Greek philosophy set about to fuse ethics into Anaxagoras' scientific model of reality and used the Egyptian mathematics for mercy, compassion and justice to construct the Western atomistic Science for Ethical Ends. The Ho Kepos university referred to it as the Science of Universal Love, its teachers were called saviours, following the Egyptian mathematical ethic to prevent the universe from reverting to chaos which was based upon love and kindness within family life.

Pythagoras introduced harmonic properties of light into this evolution of ethical consciousness concept. During the 18th and 19th Centuries, several of the philosopher scientists discovering electromagnetic field energy forces, realised that the ancient Pythagorean Music of the Spheres, was describing the existence of universal electromagnetic forces acting to evolve compassionate emotion. By using nanotechnology in the 21st Century to examine the functioning of the molecule of emotion, discovered in 1972 by Dr Candace Pert, the evolution of the endocrine fluids associated with the working of that molecule, demonstrate that the Buckminster Fuller's ethical mathematics is indeed the basis of an evolving Creative Physics programmed so that humans might choose not to become extinct. As Charles Darwin wrote in his Ascent of Man, the emotion of compassion within humanity is so pronounced that it must have some intrinsic evolutionary purpose.

When Her Majesty Tyrannosaurus Rexina governed the world, her death carried the means to investigate that greater mathematical purpose. The wish bone within that ferocious body was not the only clue telling us that evolutionary information existed from the remains of her existence. We can now measure another part of the great monsters of old, with great mathematical precision, in order to debate mathematically about a more ethical evolutionary purpose associated emanating from the savage existence of prehistoric reality. This mathematical reality links the living process to a far greater reality than the 20th Century Einsteinian world-view could possibly have imagined.

The fatty acids of a dinosaur, which died alongside certain minerals, turned into a substance, which when exposed to cosmic radiation began to form into crystals, such as Jasper. This complex procedure recorded the mineral growth of natural fractal patterns. The geometrical properties of geometrical fractals belong to both a non living and a living process. Modern science accepts that while fractal logic can extend to infinity, the Einsteinian world-view prohibits the living process to be linked to this infinite fractal logic as it considers that eventually all life must be destroyed. On the 18th of February, 2011, Cornell University Library announced a major discovery by two Chinese scientists, Liaofu Luo and Jun Lu. They had used mathematics to explain why the protein dance of life within DNA, called a subatomic jitterbug by Buckminster Fuller, contradicted the Einsteinian world-view universal heat death law. Fuller had correctly predicted that a second life-energy system existed, to entangle itself with Einstein's genius description of a single universal energy system, governed only by chaos.

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