A New Science Art Solution for the Global Information and Communication Epidemic

The ethical evolutionary growth and development of the human constitution is extremely complex. The task of advancing human evolution is to recognize past scientific errors and act accordingly. Modern science has classified itself as an incurable carcinogenic condition leading to certain extinction, and that is unethical. Ancient Greek science, on the other hand, knew about the extinction of life forms from fossil evidence and invented an atomic science, especially so that civilization would not die out. During the 3rd century BC, Plato’s Academy actually called it science for ethical purposes. At EpicureanUniversity, the ethical atomic first-principle logic applied to the motion of the moon, which affects the female cycle by resonating with the atoms associated with female fertility. This resonance was held to explain the love and compassion of a mother for children and was part of the science of universal love. His teachers were called saviors and saved civilization from the destructive properties of the unformed matter of chaos emanating from the atom as intended by Plato and Philo.

The search for the logic of the first principle, especially in relation to the actual nature of carcinogenic growth and development, is of paramount importance. In these circumstances, the recognition of scientific errors requires an accurate verification of the ancient science itself. While the intuitive religious beliefs associated with it are very relevant, it can be seen as humiliating to entangle them in knots of unfathomable complexity, instead of gaining a more subtle understanding of our commitment to them.

Scientific geniuses who represent ancient scientific thought and refer to the destructive property of undeformed matter (nuclear detonation) that exits from within the atom to destroy civilization existed. These included Plato, the father of ethical scientific research in the Western world, Philo, who linked Greek science with Hebrew culture, and Al-Haytham, the Islamic father of optics. Isaac Newton, a devout Christian, published that the ancient Greek logic of the first cause correctly explained the gravitational force. He argued that it was a fake mistake to claim that the mass of objects in space caused gravity (see Newton’s 28th Query Discussions). Plato, Philo and Al-Haytham explained that the development of a science based on the concept of total knowledge derived from the senses, especially sight, would induce the destructive property of undeformed matter from within the atom and destroy civilization.

The general global religious reluctance to explore such profound scientific errors prevents information and communication research to advance human civilization in an ethical, non-carcinogenic direction. The consequence of this is the global epidemic that affects the contagious effects of scientific dysfunctional communication and information.

It quickly becomes common knowledge that American medical epidemiologists appointed by the United States government to protect the health and well-being of communities have identified an uncontrollable virus-like dysfunctional global 3D epidemic. Scientists have published that is an emotional control epidemic transmitted through the mass production of information and communication devices. They have acknowledged that the best way to carry out their epidemiological tasks is to try to mitigate the damage caused by the virus-like epidemic.

The burden of the current global information and communication 3D epidemic reflects the form of mathematical intent programmed into poker machines to cause bankruptcy in continuous gaming. Scientists now face a heroin-like addiction that leads to both moral and financial bankruptcy, and are obsessed with playing the global corporate sweepstakes that is their proud sign of dysfunctional excellence. This unfortunate situation can be remedied by combining their brilliant research with a new living information logic


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