The Rebirth of Plato’s Lost Science

Roberto Denti, the Founder of Quantum Art International, in association with Massimo Pregnolato, Head of Pavia University’s Department of Medicinal Chemistry, Italy, is now promoting an international art competition entitled ‘Creativity and Antidote for Human Survival’ as being an integral part of the 21st Century Renaissance.

What they do not know is that the Director of the Sustainability Research Institute in Australia has just now received an extraordinary assessment of their work, based upon the research of world famous philosophers of science. This assessment provides indisputable evidence that their work is bringing about the rebirth of Plato’s lost science that the Great Italian Renaissance failed to do. Their Antidote for Human Survival is now of great global importance.

Both Denti and Pregnolato are fully aware that paintings can contain true 3D stereoscopic images, as the artist Salvador Dali predicted. They are aware that in the 21st Century paintings are appearing that demonstrate dramatic 3D images. Neurologists are now studying this to understand its evolutionary significance. The rebirth of Plato’s lost science to prevent unformed matter emerging from the physical atom, from the perspective of the Korean crisis, certainly warrants immediate international investigation. Their human survival antidote information was found to express the scientific sustainability of Plato’s educational system.

That system was based upon arithmetic, plane geometry, solid geometry, astronomy and harmonics. Plato’s Republic refers specifically to plane geometry being associated with evolving visual and auditory spiritual perception. He stated that plane geometry was not to be used for practical purposes but only to elucidate the mind’s relationship to the workings of an infinite, ethical universal purpose.

The reason that this science is lost is because it describes the workings of a holographic universe, which is in complete denial of the mechanistic worldview held by Einstein and modern science, that all life in the universe must be destroyed in obedience to the second law of thermodynamics.

During the Italian Renaissance, Leonardo da Vinci insisted that Plato’s spiritual plane geometry was false. He incorrectly stated that the plane surface of a painting could never contain true 3D images. This mistake corrupted the attempt to rediscover the lost ethical Greek atomic science needed to avoid the destruction of civilization by atomic weaponry.

The Israeli scientist, Guy Deutscher’s 2010 book of the year ‘Through the Language Glass’ revived the colour perception theories of William Gladstone the Prime Minister of Great Britain, which were rejected by the 19th Century’s Great Darwinian Debate. From Deutscher’s research a new neurological science emerged.

Immanuel Kant’s description of an ethical, spiritual, electromagnetic field evolving within the creative, artistic mind, derived from Plato’s search for a spiritual ethic as distinct from mechanistic science.

Following Deutscher’s discovery, Denti and Pregnolato’s crucial work provides the world’s only visual evidence validating the new medical science. The 1955 Russell-Einstein Manifesto proclaimed the threat to humanity posed by the development of nuclear weaponry and called for world leaders to resolve this problem. While their attempt failed, Denti and Pregnolato’s antidote discovery provides the crucial information that is essential to achieve that objective.

What is the Difference Between Science Fiction and Futurism?

Many futurists write science fiction and many science fiction writers are futurists. Have you ever wondered why that is? It does stand to reason that someone that has an interest in the future, and where technology is leading us, would also enjoy writing science fiction. It also makes sense that some who does a good bit of writing in the Sci Fi Genre would need to have some thoughts on where we are headed as a species and what scenarios we will encounter in the future.

The difference between Sci Fi and Futurism is fairly straight forward in definition, so let me give you my take on it, seeing as I do a bit of writing in both areas. Futurism is predicting the future without the use of characters and a storyline. Science Fiction is a literary art, where a story is told and characters are involved. You see, some things you cannot say in real life, as it is not politically correct, but you can tell of it in a storyline.

This gives the author a lot of leeway. Interestingly enough many things that have been written in Science Fiction novels are now common place; electric submarines from Jules Verne and Satellite Communication by Arthur C. Clarke for instance.

One thing I have found is that if you come up with a potential eventuality far off into the future, no one has any reference to understand what you are talking about and might think it’s too far-fetched if they did. In this case you lose credibility. However, if you wrap the idea into a story, then it all seems believable and it should get people thinking.

Additionally, a well-known Sci Fi writer will have an avenue and a loyal readership to get their ideas and concepts out to the masses. I hope this article helps you see the difference between the two and how they can work together for the benefit of all. Think on this.

The Biggest and Most Expensive Science Experiment and The Martian "Refreshment"

The Large Hadron Collider (LHC)

The Large Hardon Collider or the LHC, is a highly publicized as the biggest science experiment of all time, was certainly, with no question, the most expensive, costing about a staggering $9 billion. The LHC, the most powerful particle collider ever assembled, was built near Geneva in Switzerland, by a group of more than 10, 000 scientists and support staff from 111 nations. Activated for the first time in September 2008, the LHC will be used to help physicists understand more complex issues such as dark matter and other mysteries of the universe. But some mechanical problems caused the LHC to shut down until around the summer of 2009.


Many people feared that the Large Hardon Collider (LHC) would be so powerful and strong that it would create a black hole and swallow the universe. Thanks God! The good news is it did not.

The Martian Refreshments

Over the summer, NASA’s Phoenix Mars Lander spacecraft took soil samples from the surface of Mars that turned out to contain H2O – good old water, just like on Earth. While the Mars Odyssey Orbiter had already found evidence of water in the form of ice, the Phoenix event was the first time a NASA probe had actually “touched and tasted” water sample. This was exciting for the scientists because water- particularly if it gets warm enough to thaw from ice to liquid – is one good indicator of the possibility of life on the Red Planet.