Some people mourn an aspect of political candour that existed in Australia during the era of the 20th Century’s political struggle to ensure educational opportunities for the working class. A sense of Australia ‘doing right’ to ‘get somewhere’ or to ‘forge ahead’, existed in contrast to the 21st Century’s ‘spin doctoring’, with its continual reference to various complex financial graphs and charts. The Australian term ‘fair dinkum’ was a colloquial expression used to denote an opinion that was genuinely held with no reservations. ‘Fair Go’ was associated with the making of reasonable judgemental policies and the term ‘using your Nous’ was another popular term, referring to using one’s common-sense. Master tradesman often exhorted their apprentices to use their Nous to solve problems.
A fair dinkum Aussie Pollie, in that bygone era, used his or her Nous to ensure a fair deal, and such a person became a well respected Australian politician. The Australian Federal Minster, Simon Crean, had earned such a reputation, along with the rough and tumble criticism from those who put profits ahead of all else. Simon Crean devoted his life creating educational opportunities for fellow Australians, be they unemployed tradespeople or those engaged in fields of higher education.
Simon Crean has become a pivotal figure in ensuring that Australians get a fair go to become acquainted with the development of an entirely new science of chemistry. This medical science, now established by three 1996 Nobel Laureates in Chemistry, is emerging onto the world stage, in complete defiance of the 20th Century’s fixed life-science world-view. Australia, thanks to Simon Crean, holds a prominent position within its great futuristic global potential, in which the importance of the Platonic tradition of Greek philosophy, to fuse ethics into the Nous, is of paramount importance within the functioning of the new chemistry.
During 1995, as the Minister for Employment, Education and Training, Simon Crean’s Department investigated an application by the Science-Art Research Centre in Australia to become An Australian Government Approved Research Institute. A major Australian University’s assessment for the Government claimed, that while the Centre’s work was not factually erroneous, it was inconceivable. The scientific hostility toward the Centre’s work was such that its mathematical life-force theories, reprinted in 1990 as one of the 20th Century’s important discoveres, by the world’s largest research institute based in Washington, the IEEE SPIE Milestone series, was treated with hostile contempt in Australia.
Fourteen years earlier, the Commonwealth Government had awarded the Centre’s director a grant to supplement a UNESCO appointment for him to attend a World Summit Science Meeting in Trieste. The successful application form clearly explained that the Centre’s objective was to bring to Australia an understanding of a new science and technology beyond the ability of Australian educational system to comprehend. In 1995 the Australian Department of Taxation agreed that monies had been spent on the research, which had been given adequate Governmental approval in 1979. Therefore, the work of the Centre could not be considered to be inconceivable. Minister Simon Crean, appeared to have personally weighed up this very contentious issue and decided on giving the Centre a fair go. Ironically, the research was directly related to using the physics structure of the Classical Greek science of life, derived from the ancient concept of the Nous. Simon Crean, has become an important political figure for future history books, as being an Australian politician that used his Nous when other influential Australians could not.
Recently, the NASA High Energy Astrophysics Division Library, published the argument that the Nous was based upon a fractal life-science logic that cannot conceivably be accepted within the general understanding of present science. The discovery that Fullerene chemistry is based directly upon the life-science of the Nous is now basic to a completely new understanding of medical chemistry. Relevant research by Florence University’s New measurement of Humanity Project, was endorsed on the the 24th of September, 2010, with the “Giorgio Napolitano Medal” being bestowed upon its organisers, Professors Paolo Manzelli and Massimo Pregnolato, for research conducted by their Quantumbionet/Egocreanet New Renaissance Project. The Australian Science-Art Centre became the first research institute in the world to successfully rename the Fullerene Chemistry as Platonic-Fullerene Chemistry.
In his Guest Editorial within the Journal of Consciousness Exploration & Research issue of the Quantum Brain/Mind/Consciousness November 2010 (Part II), Professor Massimo Pregnolato’s paper, entitled Time for Quantum Consciousness, contained a specific mention of the work of the Science-Art-Research Centre of Australia. The Social Cradle being constructed by the Centre to nurture the new human survival life-science into existence was specifically noted. Reference was given to the Centre’s Space-Time Model being mentioned in the June 2007 edition of NeuroQuantology.
Plato’s spiritual, or holographic optic engineering principles, translated into Fullerene synergistic forces that influence protein functioning within the DNA, remains an impossible world-view concept within the Australian educational system. Nanotechnology has proven, beyond all doubt, that this cultural understanding is nothing but an ignorant and barbaric relic of the Dark Ages. Minister Simon Crean, who has been recently appointed as the Federal Minister for the Arts, may well have reason to employ his Nous once again, this time, not over a physics energy issue, but an entirely artistic one.
Plato’s optical principles, postulated by the Science-Art Research Centre of Australia, as belonging to the functioning of optical physics responsible for artistic creativity, is no longer just theory. The Centre had the good fortune to prove, through viewing paintings through special optical lenses, that some artists had been unconsciously painting holographic images into their work for centuries. The hidden images are now so evident that the Italian Renaissance’s laws of optical artistic perspective have been superseded by the Australian discovery.
As a result of that discovery, the Science-Art Centre was able to contribute to the understanding of the cerebral electromagnetic functioning of creative thought. Florence University recognised that the Centre’s decision to help construct a Social Cradle to nurture their important research, was based upon Buckminster Fuller’s warning, to either get the new science off the ground or inherent global entropic extinction in the near future.
The Director of the Centre was recently appointed the Artist Ambassador to the New Florentine University Renaissance Project, a responsibility fully endorsed in writing by ten world famous scientists. As such, the Centre may well have reason to introduce itself once again to the good offices of Simon Crean’s Administration, because the Australian Art Establishment has no understanding that the new art life-science chemistry exits, let alone at the level of comprehension by three Nobel Laureates in Chemistry. Furthermore, the Australian Governmental Arts Administration has expressed no interest whosoever, of the fact that in 2009 the Director of the Science-Art Research Centre was the recipient of a Gold Medal Laureate for his successful modification to Leonardo da Vinci’s Theory of All knowledge.
That honour was also awarded to the Head of Moscow University’s Department of Biological Research, Professor Simon Schnoll, whose work has received recognition from Princeton University’s Global Consciousness Project, headed by Professor Roger Nelson. As the current global entropic situation grows worse, the world will soon become desperate to develop the New Renaissance solution technologies, pioneered in Australia. The term ‘ fair go’ is now really on the line for the entire world to observe and see what transpires, as the Centre herein, presents its new Ambassador credentials to the Australian Government.
Professor Robert Pope ©