"Hot Nanotechnology Papers": Platonic Fullerene Chemistry, Nanotechnology, Liberty, Freedom, Science and the US Constitution

Title:
 Platonic Fullerene Chemistry, Nanotechnology, Liberty, Freedom, Science and the US Constitution

Author:
Professor Robert Pope

University/Institute:
The Science-Art Research Centre of Australia Inc.

Abstract:

Global Celebrity Diamond Status Ezinearticles, under the auspices of the Science-Art Research Centre of Australia, are about the discoveries demonstrating that life-sciences can now be linked to fractal logic, in defiance of the present Einsteinian world view. In this paper, which is about the fractal nature of what Einstein called mythological-mathematics it is fully realised that other ancient cultures, including Indian and Chinese civilisations, fused infinite mathematics concepts into the fabric of ancient 3rd Century BC Platonic tradition of Greek science. In 1957 the New York University Library of Science published a book entitled '
Babylonian Myth and Modern Science', in which Einstein is considered to have derived his theory of relativity from Babylonian mythological-mathematics. In 1959 the molecular biologist Sir C P Snow published his book, 'The Two Cultures and the Scientific Revolution', which, in 2008, the Times Literary Supplement considered to be among the 100 most important books since World War II. In it Snow claimed that Einstein's world-view must be modified with the Platonic tradition of Greek philosophy, which had been derived from ancient Egyptian mythological-mathematics, in order to avoid the collapse of civilisation. In line with Snow's reasoning, we now realise that a nanotechnology cooperative world game provides the key to the prevention of this imminent collapse.

Link:

http://ezinearticles.com/?Platonic-Fullerene-Chemistry,-Nanotechnol...

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