Renaissance science and Australian politician “Dinkum the Fair”

Some people lament the political frankness that was present in Australia during the twentieth century’s political struggle to ensure educational opportunities for the working class. It was felt that Australia was “doing right” in “getting somewhere” or “getting ahead”, as opposed to the “spin-manipulating” of the 21st century, with the constant reference to the many complex financial charts and charts. The Australian term ‘fair dinkum’ was a colloquial expression used to denote an opinion that was sincerely held without any reservations. “Fair Go” was associated with establishing reasonable governance policies and “Use Your Own Nous” was another popular term referring to the use of common sense. The master craftsman often exhorted apprentices to use the nous to solve problems.

The fair Aussie Pollie, in that bygone era, used Nous to ensure a fair deal, and such a person became a highly respected Australian politician. Australia’s federal minister, Simon Crean, has earned such a reputation, along with harsh and flippant criticism from those who put profits above all else. Simon Crane has dedicated his life to creating educational opportunities for his fellow Australians, whether they are unemployed tradesmen or those in higher education.

Simon Crane became a central figure in ensuring that Australians had a fair opportunity to learn about the development of the brand new science of chemistry. This medical science, now established by three 1996 Nobel Laureates in Chemistry, is emerging on the world stage, in complete defiance of the twentieth-century life science worldview. Australia occupies, thanks to Simon Crane, a prominent place within its great future global potential, in which the importance of the Platonic tradition of Greek philosophy, to fuse ethics into the nous, is of paramount importance in the work of the New Alchemy.

During 1995, in his capacity as Minister for Employment, Education and Training, Simon Crean’s department investigated an application by the Arts and Sciences Research Center in Australia to become an Australian Government accredited research institute. A major assessment by an Australian university of government claimed that, while the center’s work was not factually wrong, it was inconceivable. Scientific hostility to the Center’s work was such that its mathematical theories of the life force, reprinted in 1990 as one of the important discoveries of the 20th century, by the world’s largest research institute based in Washington, the IEEE SPIE Milestone Series, were treated with hostile disdain in Australia.

Fourteen years ago, the Director of the Center was awarded a grant by the Commonwealth Government to supplement UNESCO’s appointment of him to attend the World Science Summit in Trieste. The successful application form stated that the Center’s goal was to bring to Australia an understanding of new science and technology that was beyond the capacity of the Australian education system. In 1995, the Australian Taxation Department agreed that the money had been spent on research, for which sufficient government approval was given in 1979. Therefore, the Center’s work cannot be considered inconceivable. Minister Simon Crane appears to have personally examined this controversial issue and decided to give the center a fair chance. Ironically, the research was directly related to the use of the physical structure of classical Greek biology, derived from the ancient concept of nous. Simon Crane, as an Australian politician who used Nous when other influential Australians could not, became an important political figure for future history books.

Recently, the NASA High Energy Astrophysics Division Library published an argument that the nous was based on fractal logic of the life sciences that cannot be accepted within the general understanding of current science. The discovery that fullerene chemistry is directly based on nous biology is now fundamental to a whole new understanding of medicinal chemistry. Relevant research was endorsed by the New Measurement Project for Humanity of the University of Florence, on September 24, 2010, with the award of the “Giorgio Napolitano Medal” to its organizers, Professor Paolo Manzelli and Massimo Pregnolato, for research carried out by the Quantumbionet/Egocreanet New Renaissance Project. The Australian Arts and Science Center became the first research institute in the world to successfully rename fullerene chemistry to Platonic-fullerene chemistry.

In his guest editorial for Quantum Brain/Mind/Consciousness November 2010 Quantum Brain/Mind/Consciousness Exploration and Research (Part 2), Professor Massimo Brignolato’s paper, Time for Quantum Consciousness, contained specific reference to the work of the Science and Arts Research Center in Australia. Special reference is made to the social cradle the center is building to nurture the new human survival – the science of life. References are made to the space-time model of the center that was mentioned in the June 2007 edition of NeuroQuantology.

Translated into fullerene synergistic forces affecting protein action within DNA, the principles of Plato’s mystical or holographic visual geometry remain an impossible concept of worldview within the Australian educational system. Nanotechnology has proven, beyond a reasonable doubt, that this cultural understanding is nothing but an ignorant and barbaric relic of the dark ages. Recently appointed Federal Minister for the Arts, Simon Crane may have reason to hire Nous again, this time, not on a physical energy issue, but on an entirely artistic one.

The Visual Principles of Plato, postulated by the Arts and Sciences Research Center in Australia, as belonging to the work of optical physics responsible for artistic creation, are no longer just a theory. The Center has had the good fortune to prove, by viewing paintings through special optical lenses, that some artists have unconsciously drawn 3D images into their work for centuries. Hidden images are now so evident that the Italian Renaissance canons of visual artistic perspective have been superseded by Australian discoveries.

As a result of this discovery, the Arts and Sciences Center was able to contribute to an understanding of the brain’s electromagnetic functioning of creative thought. Realizing that the center’s decision to help build a social cradle to nurture their important research, the University of Florence was based on Buckminster Fuller’s warning, to either launch new science or an inherent global extinction in the near future.

The Center’s director was recently appointed Artist Ambassador for the University of New Florentine’s Renaissance Project, a responsibility endorsed in writing by ten world-renowned scholars. As such, the Center may have reason to once again lend itself to the good offices of Simon Crean management, for the Australian arts establishment does not understand the new chemistry of art and life sciences coming out, much less to the level of understanding by three Nobel laureates in chemistry. Furthermore, the Australian Government Arts Department showed no interest whatsoever in the fact that in 2009 the Director of the Arts and Science Research Center was awarded a Gold Medal for his successful adaptation of Leonardo da Vinci’s Theory of All Knowledge.

The honor was also awarded to the Head of Biological Research at Moscow University, Professor Simon Schnol, whose work was recognized by the Princeton University Global Consciousness Project, chaired by Professor Roger Nelson. As the current global entropy situation worsens, the world will soon become desperate to develop new Renaissance solution technologies, pioneered in Australia. The term “fair launch” is now truly on the line for the whole world to watch and see as the center here presents the new ambassador’s credentials to the Australian government.

Professor Robert PopeĀ©