April 19, 2024


Science It Works

Government, Economics, Ecology and the Human Condition

Western politics is derived from ancient Greek philosophy, in which economics means ‘order of the house’ and ecology means ‘knowledge’ of the house’. House, in this sense, refers to the biosphere in which we all live. Unless we put knowledge of the ecology before the order of the economy, humanity society will fall into disorder and chaos. Now that the Platonic tradition of Greek philosophy has been found to be fundamental to the newly emerging Fullerene fractal life science, the existing entropic world-view translates such terms into an incoherent babble. Quantum biological chemistry, automatically associates the terms economics and ecology with both the material environment and the holographic reality, beyond the comprehension of present economics and environmental science.

In the light of the above, the question arises, what is the medically ethical role of responsible governmental guidance in benefiting the global human condition? The 20th Century French philosopher, Michel Foucault coined the term ‘Governmentality’ to mean a government that employs all components necessary to establish a well-ordered, happy society. This echoes Aristotle’s ethical politics to guide ennobling government, an impossible concept with the current hypocrisy, enforced by the obsolete entropic logic governing the present science of political management. For example, 20th Century science was completely governed by Einstein’s ‘Premier law of all science’, which forbade any life-science to be part of the functioning of fractal logic. Modern nanotechnology, and quantum entanglement has proven the second law of thermodynamics to be a false assumption.

In order to design a working model embracing Foucault’s ‘Governmentality’ principles, an acceptable belief system would need to be constructed to form a sustainable ‘Social Cradle’ in which to absorb the culture shock that is most likely to result from the knowledge pertaining to the discovery of the new Platonic-Fullerene chemistry. For its scientific development in this area, the University of Florence’s New Measurement of Humanity Renaissance Project has received Presidential acclaim for its research development of that very quantum biological life-science chemistry. It can be considered that this crucial ‘Social Cradle’ concept, envisaged by Buckminster Fuller, in his book Utopia or Oblivion, is now of extreme global importance

The problems of profound differences between individual autonomous governments, due to cultural and religious conflicts, available natural resources, geographical positioning, climatic conditions, etc., will need to be addressed within the ethical format of the new chemistry. The concept of the balancing of both chemistries, has already presented a vision of untold abundance, necessary to optimise the global human condition. The new technologies designed to achieve this state of well being, can be seen to be emerging onto the drawing board for human survival, but they cannot be comprehended by the existing unbalanced scientific mentality of Homo Entropicus. Many people intuit the possibility of an upgrading of global consciousness, which, the 1937 Nobel Laureate in Medicine, Szent-Gyeorgyi, considered would eventually take place as a natural evolutionary advancement, when humanity learned to balance its present entropic obsessions.

To come back to our question, does responsible government and economics have a place in ‘the human condition’? The answer is a qualified yes, if Michel Foucault’s ‘Governmenality’ becomes internationally endorsed, as a balancing world-view. Such a vision is consistent with Plato’s ethical politics and more recently, Sir Isaac Newton’s unpublished conviction, discovered last century. In these writings, Newton considered that the present entropic understanding of the mechanical universe, should be balanced by a more natural profound philosophy based upon the physics principles now upholding the new Platonic-Fullerene Chemistry.