In the context of the human condition and ethics, energy, and emotion

Platonic-Fullerene Chemistry holds the key to human life on our planet. Incoherence, chaos, and ultimate disintegration are all that may result from a lifelong fixation on this entropic chemical. Ethics and ethical science will be shown to be critical to human evolution.

It is the goal of this essay to combine ethics with energy and emotion so that mankind might achieve its ideal condition of health and well-being. The new Platonic-Fullerene Chemistry holds the key to human life on our planet, hence it is imperative that mankind attain a high degree of coherence with it. It's because PFC is founded on ethical science instead than the sterile, unchanging chemistry that we're now subjected to that makes this possible. Incoherence, chaos, and ultimate disintegration are all that may result from a lifelong fixation on this entropic chemical. Ethics and ethical science will be shown to be critical to human evolution in this study. Emotion and energy must be considered in this context and how they might be used for the development of the human situation.

Buckminster Fuller's metaphysical engineering concepts are included into Platonic-Fullerene Chemistry, which was coined by Professor Robert Pope, head of Australia's Science-Art Centre. Inspired by Platonic geometry, Buckminster Fuller created geodesic spheres, which a team of chemists eventually recreated and dubbed "buckyballs" in his honor. Scientifically, they generated a sensation, hinting to possible answers for the world's energy dilemma. Carbon is a major character in the buckyball saga, since it is the building block of over 90% of all known chemical compounds, including the DNA and proteins it encodes.


Even though organic chemistry is made up entirely of carbon, it wasn't until 1985 that the most remarkable characteristic of this chemistry came to light. Diamond and graphite were the only two types of carbon atoms that had previously been discovered. It is because graphite carbon atoms (which are formed in connected hexagons) are each coupled to three other atoms that it has a soft, greasy feel. By utilizing a strong laser beam, scientists found in 1985 that they could vaporize graphite in a helium gas environment. Analyzing their results, scientists identified previously new carbon compounds, among which the most prevalent one was 60-carbon-atom-strong hexagonal and pentagonal clusters.


The scientists involved (Curl, Kroto, and Smalley) realized that these spherical molecules were exceedingly stable after a great deal of dispute. Robert Buckminster Fuller built a geodesic sphere for the 1967 Montreal World Exhibition based on this combination of geometric elements. Since then, the buckminsterfullerene, or buckyball, has been recognized as the novel carbon molecule known as the buckminsterfullerene, or C 60. Scientists were stunned to learn that buckyballs may be very valuable when they were published in the prominent scientific magazine "Nature" (Holper Sarre 1999). Curl, Kroto, and Smalley were awarded the 1996 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for their work on this discovery.


Buckyball molecules and other fullerenes are of interest to scientists because of their unique hollow cage-like form, which allows the carbon atoms to react with other atoms and molecules while maintaining their integrity and shape.. When an electric current is passed between graphite rods, scientists have also found carbon tubes that resemble rolls of chicken wire. When a miniscule quantity of cobalt, nickel, or iron is added to these carbon tubes (nanotubes or buckytubes), the result is a hollow nanotube that is just one atom thick. As many as one million atoms are included in each tube.


Numerous applications have been found for fullerenes, probably the most noteworthy being their ability to generate energy. Electrons are dragged down the length of a fast-moving thermal combustion wave by fuel-coated carbon nanotubes covered with fuel. Scientists at MIT have found that this energizing technique generates 100 times more energy than a lithium-ion battery when weight is taken into account. As an alternative to a battery, it doesn't lose power while it's not in use.


Coherent light can travel through nanotubes, which are 50 to 200 nanometers thick, since they are broad enough for proteins. Nanotubes, according to German scientist Hans Herman Gerdes, link two different cell interiors across lengths of several cell diameters, offering the organism a novel method of communication over great distances. There are naturally occuring nanotubes in rat cells and in human kidney cells, and they were identified by Amin Rustom. Using video microscopy, scientists were able to see the cells contacting one other with antenna-like projections, completing the tubular link. In this process, the cells shoot out numerous nanotubes, establishing a complex and mobile network of connected cells that may last anywhere from minutes to hours. This mechanism goes much beyond prior observations of cellular pair-up. As Gerde's team demonstrated, using fluorescent proteins, huge biological structures may travel between cells through these nanotubes.


Carbon nanotubes' remarkable ability to efficiently transmit heat has long been recognized by researchers. Carbon nanotubes break the second rule of thermodynamics, as predicted by Robert Pope some years ago, according to new quantum biology study. In scientific circles, the second rule has long been considered sacred. This is due to the fact that logic dictates that objects that are already heated can only become colder. Nanoscales, on the other hand, seem to defy conventional wisdom. Thermal conductivity experts refer to heat as 'phonons,' which go through a substance, while discussing its conductivity. Phonons constantly collide with one another in everyday materials like wood. In the same way that a crowded racetrack would impair the performance of an Olympic runner, collisions disperse the heat packets, delaying their progress. Carbon nanotubes are an exception to this rule. A carbon nanotube is a 100 times quicker conductor of heat than the most conductive metals, making it ideal for entropy-free chemistry.


In order to slow down the thermal energy transfer, Berkeley University researchers inserted faults into their nanotubes. Interestingly, this had no effect on the materials' ability to transfer heat, therefore they remained thermally conductive. Despite the fact that thermal waves do not slow down in condensed tubing, the second law of thermodynamics states that they must. Carbon at 1000 kelvins, according to thermodynamics, should rapidly turn into carbon dioxide. Even yet, the very hot carbon was left unburnt because of the incredible speed of the phonons at temperatures in excess of 2,500 Kelvins.


chemist Michael Strano placed a line of gasoline next to a stick of equal length on the ground. Since the flame would go through the liquid more quickly, he lighted them both at the same time, one at the top, one at the bottom. For lab studies, the heatwave that ignited the fuel-drenched nanotube traveled 10,000 times quicker than via the fuel alone. In fact, it seemed as though the ensuing superfast wave was self-propagating. Second law of thermodynamics states that this cannot be done. Classical thermodynamics was entirely violated as more heat was released into the nanotube as fuel burnt. When the nanotube's electrons are excited by the heat wave's rocket-like speed, they move along with the wave. Thermal power waves, like this one, are generating electricity at an incredible pace, pointing to new sources of clean power. In this case, it seems that the more powerful the wave, the quicker it travels. Nanotubes that have been coated with fuel are now capable of producing more energy than lithium ion batteries, but this is just the beginning of their vast potential.


With his finding that the fractal features of cells are connected to cellular evolution, Dr. Bruce Lipton achieved a major advance in quantum biology. Genes and DNA are not the driving force behind the evolution of human biology, according to his book, The Biology of Belief. Instead, the cell's DNA is regulated by signals from the environment. Our sentiments and perceptions of environmental reality, according to Lipton, have a significant impact on the way that energy is transmitted to each individual's awareness. Lipton argues that our DNA and hence our bodies may change when our thinking and perception is retrained in this synthesis of the most recent studies in quantum cell biology. Robert Pope has found experimental evidence that holographic perceptions have been developing for many years via an unconscious optical sense of reality.


Lipton and Pope also anticipated that environmental information as quantum waveforms, acquired by protein receptor bio-photons in the cellular liquid-crystal membrane, are conveyed electromagnetically via nanotubes to reconstruct protein enfolding in the DNA, as predicted Constant DNA re-patterning, contrary to our current knowledge of the second rule of thermodynamics, is explained by the fractal logic acoustic beatings of the heart. Svent Gyoergyi, a Nobel Laureate in Medicine, believes that this process generates awareness to balance entropy.


The emotional sound of the heart is holographically reproduced by the glandular system, which converts the heartbeat into electromagnetic energy. Through the cellular carbon nanotubes, we get light-energy information from the outside world. Coherent laser light racing through carbon nanotubes alters the DNA's codons (antenna-like triggers), which are triggered by electromagnetic energy traveling across the double helix. Thus, the number of codons activated by the wave depends on the emotional intensity. The larger the thermal nanotubule energy, the stronger the electromagnetic vibration, and hence the more appealing the experience visually.


When it comes to the molecule of emotion, Dr. Candace Pert believes that our awareness is similar to light. Using the vibrating sensors on every cell in the body, she shows how emotions exist both as energy and substance. During her research in the 1980s, she hypothesized that the 'body-mind' network of information molecules controls our health and psyche. Ethical behavior is possible when we are in a mentally and emotionally healthy state. Aristotle's science of ennobling governance is based on ethical involvement in the increasing health of global awareness, so that mankind might avert extinction.


Enlightenment intellectuals such as Immanuel Kant held the mental capacity in high regard. In his work on aesthetics, he maintained that we can only appreciate beauty when we use our judgment to see it as a part of the natural world's order and design. Aesthetics, on the other hand, merely considers how things seem on the outside and is not bound by the ethical principles of Aristotle. It is only through challenging our inadequate comprehension of the second rule of thermodynamics that Kantian aesthetics may lead to ethics. Aesthetics can only see beauty when entropic deterioration progresses. Dr. George Cockburn of the Australian Science-Art Center's bio-ethics, in his book on art appreciation, refers to the real process of ethical beauty, rather than merely snap shots. To preserve optimal, healthy, and evolving consciousness, the 'beautiful attractor' utilizes Phi harmonics and associated fractal phenomena, such as fractals.


High-frequency waves are transmitted to the DNA via the Phi ratio frequencies, which are connected with Platonic harmonics. The cardiac resonance is activated by up to 60 codon triggers, enabling the host body to operate at a greater level of energy. Increased signal frequency and stronger ethical reaction may be achieved by activating a larger number of triggers simultaneously. It is not necessary to have a formal education in morals in order to respond intuitively to the ethical universal goal Electromagnetic ideas by the physicist and educator Maria Montessori first proposed this idea in the past century.


Because of the influence of ambient electromagnetic frequencies on ethical intuition, it is necessary to be in a higher level of consciousness (emfs). Strong emfs are more essential than weak emfs, which have little or no biological influence, according to mainstream entropic research. Some researchers suggest that electromagnetic waves traditionally assumed to be non-ionizing (or non-thermal) may have a biological information content that is higher than previously thought. Bio-energetic and bio-informational properties of weak electromagnetic fields are now recognized, with observable biological impacts. With their Yin Yang notion, the Chinese have known about this for thousands of years, for example. The Yin energy is weak, but it contains a lot of information. From this discovery, it may be concluded that substantial informational richness is essential to give DNA with the necessary evolutionary and survival data.


According to my book Feminine Ethics in the New Measurement of Humanity, Dr George Cockburn's study was about how the brain processes operate in the context of a global reality sustained by the balance of both entropic and negentropic energy systems. Because of the lack of bio—informational content under intense electromagnetic fields, these systems are not viable. In the long run, species extinction is inevitable if emfs continue to increase in power while biological survival information decreases. As long as entropy is not balanced by weak emfs that have the required ethical and survival data, mankind will not have a long-term future..


Homoeopathy is an excellent example of utilising weak field emfs to attain biological balance to bring about optimal health. Other examples of thermally weak but highly informative fields are visible light, healing touch, intuition, and clairvoyance. There are electronic components found in biological tissues that can receive and send weak electronic impulses that are genuinely beyond the understanding of entropic thermal systems. In order to communicate holographically, biological organisms utilise these weak electromagnetic fields (electric and photonic).


As part of their investigation into water properties, German scientist Kurt Geckeler and his colleague Shashadhar Samal uncovered an entirely new dimension to what occurs when a chemical dissolves in water and then is further diluted. Molecular dispersion theory holds that when a solution is diluted, whatever influence it has on the dispersed molecules is diminished. Chemists from the University of Michigan and the University of Pennsylvania discovered that certain molecules form fractal-like structures when grouped together. Instead of separating themselves from their neighbors, they get closer.


According to logic, memory information is morally balanced by fractal clustering. The weird attractor, which connects the life process to infinity by morally balancing entropy, is responsible for this quantum entanglement state of change. Because of its rapid growth, the dissolved material gradually fades from view. However, the water's memory is tapped into by the beautiful attractor and the weird attractor to connect molecules and catalyze the impact of the substance-water combination.


This discovery was made by scientists at the Kwangju Institute of Science and Technology in South Korea, where they were studying fullerenes. Using a scanning electron microscope, they noticed that the buckyball molecules continued creating uneven aggregates in the fluid. A novel phenomena in chemistry was observed when they diluted the fullerene solution. The researchers used a sugar-like molecule called a cyclodextrin to make the ordinarily insoluble buckyballs dissolve in water.


From these findings, it is obvious that the beautiful and odd attractors' functions are directly linked. Ethics, on the other hand, calls for weak EMs and more fractal information, while aesthetics calls for both. According to golden mean geometries, Robert Pope anticipated that these two would become balanced and harmonised at a mutual center.


The heart has the most electrical ethical information in the form of an electron spin wave function. The fullerene tetrahedra's seven spin orientations are mirrored in the heart's seven distinct layers. The heart may be considered as a beautiful attractor because the electron spin triggers symmetry. In the form of the golden mean fractal heart, this spin may be unwrapped into useable wavelengths. As a result, the heart may be considered as a transformer that allows the greatest amount of spin or energy to get into the body. The torus attractor's spiral stripe at the heart's center is the focus of all seven spin geometrical angles.


The sound of the heart projected into the pericardium is affected by this thick center. Sonic energy vibrating the pericardium and thymus is affected by the phase shift caused by the torus attractor. It is the Thymus (sometimes referred to as the energy center known as the heart chakra) that translates immune system instructions into action. As wave length components for cellular identity integration, the thymus utilises these sonic shadows on the cave wall of the pericardium cave. Phase or wave-sharing coherence seems to be the reason for this. Chemical libraries that analyze environmental signals (phenomena) and the holographic heart-wave frequencies are found in cell membranes.


The heart's muscular and toroidal electrical structure exemplifies the confluence of electrical and acoustic pressure. The 'Molecule of Emotion' by Candace Pert is affected as the orderliness or coherence of electrical energy increases. Body's immune system grows, bringing about well-being and putting it into alignment with the ethical state of human beings. When you're in the best of health and hearing the most beautiful/weird attractor harmonics, you're more likely to behave ethically.


However, the centriole, which is found in every mammalian cell, also serves as a gorgeous magnet. There has been much debate over the role of centrioles since centrioles themselves do not directly execute any recognized physiological action. As a result, their primary duty is to serve as a framework for the rest of the construction. Centrosomes and cilia are the two primary structures that centrioles are thought to be responsible for producing. Johan Callerman, in his book entitled The Purposeful Universe, claims that the centriole plays a key role in both cell and organismal structure.


In terms of its involvement in cell division, the centrosome splits and duplicates, resulting in two centrosomes, each with a pair of centrioles, each of which has its own pair. When the centriole pair moves to opposing ends of the nucleus, microtubules responsible for dividing replicating chromosomes into two daughter cells begin to develop.


The centriole, on the other hand, seems to have a considerably broader role. Centrioles, according to the most recent research, may be a critical component in the understanding of life and consciousness. Every mammalian cell has centrioles, which may be the source of life's vitality. It's not possible to generate life merely by mixing chemicals in a lab. Creating life out of nonliving stuff is impossible for it. Even if science is able to do this, life will remain a mystery. Centrioles entropic world view physics, on the other hand, is losing credibility as more is learned about them.


Centrioles have a lot of power over the cells, but they also appear to have a better sense of morality than the entropic second law would suggest. In spite of the centriole's appearance as nothing more than an antenna-like structure delivering intelligence to the cell, Platonic Science for Ethical Ends, which functions in the Greek Nous, predicted that its direction must originate from outside of entropic logic. What signals do centrioles and DNA codons take up and react to if they operate like aerials?


It is impossible for science to explain the origin of any signal that comes from the physical cosmos. Anaxagoras' 'Nous,' a creative force based on fractal logic, was an attempt to explain this. However, entropic science may provide an operational account of awareness but can not explain how or why life occurs.


The centriole is today recognized as a fundamental key in our knowledge of how the inanimate becomes animated and even as the source of Anaxagoras' Nous awareness, despite the fact that the living cell, an immensely complex structure, cannot be described operationally by science (an innate intelligent property in the sub stratum of the physical atom). David Bohm's holographic non-physical cosmos may be found in the nucleus of all mammalian cells, where centrioles, made of substructures called'micro-tubules,' are placed. Considering that science is gradually being obliged to accept "fields" as a fundamental constituent of reality, such a theory has some merit. [*]


One of the world's foremost physicists, Roger Penrose, first suggested that the centriole could hold the secret to consciousness. However, his solely materialist theory does not account for the centriole's function. Artificial intelligence would not be able to take the place of human potential in the future if computers had enough processing capacity to support consciousness. Centrioles, as fundamental antennae directing some type of life from beyond the physical cosmos, may likely be the genesis and center of awareness. It becomes the global mind if, as Anaxagoras suggested, awareness is generated in the substratum of each atom. There is no ethics built into quantum physics as Anaxagoras said, hence this notion is a good match for it.


To prevent the creative power from becoming harmful, the Platonic tradition sought to integrate ethics into the Nous to solve this dilemma. Considering the limits of his time, Plato did the best he could with respect to the concept of ethical conduct. The Italian Republic recognized Robert Pope's Platonic-Fullerene Chemistry, which upgraded quantum mechanics to quantum biology, as the Florentine New Measurement of Humanity Renaissance on September 24, 2010.


The Florentine Project is presently attempting to measure the presence of an auric sheath (electrical body or organising field of intelligence) encircling all living beings. The system's intelligence, which organizes the body's structure down to the atomic level, is believed to reside in this field. Received by the physical heart, this field energy is transformed into electrical energy, and encoded information is read. Harmonic frequencies in the body's cells are influenced by this information, which the brain processes and transmits to the body's cells. Organizing instructions are sent throughout the host organism's system in the form of a song, with each phrase like a heartbeat. By way of Texas University's Dr. Richard Merrick, who converted this Pythagorean music into an electromagnetic description of the human mental process, in his book Interference—a great musical theory.


Doing the right thing for its own sake is not ethical behavior. Being consistent with universal survival knowledge is the gist of it. When it comes to keeping track of human existence, the need for ever-evolving complicated information grows exponentially. However, for it to be of any use, the beautiful attractor must intuitively arrange it and the odd attractor must then act upon it. As a result, this critical information is sent to the DNA by the heart rather than the brain. A fractal model is required in order for the patterning to be both orderly and irregular at the same time.


Scale-dependence and complexity are fundamental to our knowledge of biological patterns and processes, and fractal logic is a unifying paradigm that displays a weak emf with rich biological information. Most biologists are still struggling with the ideas of fractal and chaos theory, which makes sense given the relative youth of these subjects. As may be seen from the many examples provided here, recognizing nature's fractal geometry has profound consequences for biology.


Fractal logic is based on the principle that the smallest components in a system may mimic the most complex ones. Using this analogy, it's like gazing at yourself in a mirror while holding a second mirror facing you. It is possible to perceive an unlimited number of reflections, each becoming smaller and smaller until the eye no longer sees them. Even if the distance between two mirrors changes, the ratio will stay constant no matter how we adjust it. The geometric patterning of fractals permits electrical and optical frequency harmonics to interchange energy across large distances of wavelengths as a result of quantum entanglement because fractals keep the same ratio despite changing size.


As previously stated, the DNA is tuned to the heart's vibrations and receives acoustic emotions via the transmission of coherent wavelengths from the heart. The cellular metabolism is also fed by the emotions. It takes a great deal of chemical processes in cells to keep them running well. These chemical reactions need a great deal of energy, which the centriole receives from emotions and uses to fuel cell reproduction.


Centrioles may truly be the cell's eyes, according to some researchers. Centrioles are found in pairs, one facing the other. This shows that centrioles, in addition to their many other features, do indeed serve as cells' eyes. It is only possible for each centriole to map the angle of its source information in a plane parallel to its axis. However, the second centriole is at right angles to the first because light sources are spread in three dimensions. Including a three-dimensional expansion of the flat source's geometry.


Holographic reality might be recognized in 3D by using this polarization offset to its full potential, similar to how Chroma-depth lenses work. They are able to discern depth and perpendicular orientation because centrioles are cellular eyes. Robert Pope utilized a similar concept in his now-famous optical key correction to support Leonardo da Vinci's Theory of all Knowledge.


Mental and emotional health of the host organism are also related to the transmission of coherent acoustic waves from the heart to centriole. There is a clear link between our mental and emotional health and the quality of our physical well-being, according to scientific research. Medical studies have shown that even if a baby is fed and kept warm, if it isn't touched by its mother, it may suffer greatly. This is because a baby's DNA is directly affected by the mother's warm embraces. The ancient Greeks' belief in the moon's influence on the menstrual cycle of women led to the development of a scientific theory to explain why mothers care so much for their offspring. When you examine the lovely attractor relationship between the mother and the moon, this makes obvious sense. The mother's intuition is alerted to any danger to her children by deep cellular survival data that is encoded in the mother's DNA.


As a result of this, it may be concluded that our emotions influence our DNA and form our cells' immune systems. Anti-inflammatory responses are impaired by negative emotions, which send out powerful thermal signals with little coherent information. Although good feelings have a very small effect on the immune system, they provide a lot of useful and accurate information. the host organism's health improves with a stronger immune system. As part of the holographic cosmos, we may create large quantities of energy from positive weak emfs, which we can use to feel more optimistic about ourselves. Our actual 'Epicurean bliss' comes from this feeling of connectedness. On the other hand, when we enjoy something visually pleasing, we are only able to feel a connection to fading beauty. The likelihood that we will engage in moral behavior increases dramatically when we have a sense of well-being and security in our daily life. It's safe to say that the amount of energy we have and our desire to behave ethically for the good of humanity has a direct correlation.

Larry Gaza

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