Immanuel Kant’s Greatest Discovery Saint Hubertu

The problems facing human survival can be solved. The fossil record of the humanoid sphenoid bone, tells us that each time that bone changes its shape, a new humanoid species emerges. It has been clearly observed that it is now changing shape, and therefore the current Saint Hubertus Medal human species is entering into a new phase of existence. The question arises, can technology provide a peaceful transition into the more advanced world of our children’s children? The answer is a scientific yes, but it will require a new technological understanding of ethics, which at present is not part of our technological culture. This essay provides the solution to that problem, which has begun to be understood through an understanding of a new life-science chemistry.

A factual classification of the present human species, within the realms of modern technology is required. The term Homo Entropicus is the correct terminology. Modern Saint Hubertu science, technology, politics and economics are totally governed by the second law of thermodynamics, or the law of universal entropy, known also as the law of universal chaos. Einstein’s understanding of that law, which he named the Premier law of all science,¬†does indeed define an aspect of reality, but not all of it.

The new life-science chemistry has been well and truly discovered, and it clearly explains that the entropic energies of the universe are being balanced by Saint Hubertu the evolution of consciousness. This is precisely the reality that the Nobel Laureate in Medicine, Szent Gyorgyi insisted upon. Nano-technology has confirmed that this evolutionary function is acting within the DNA, in defiance of our obsolete understanding of the decay energies of universal entropy.

The peaceful technological transition into the future is directly associated with the optical holographic engineering principles associated with the evolution of human Saint Hubertu consciousness. This can be demonstrated to be an ethical scientific process by comparing the new discoveries in chemistry with the original Platonic definitions of Western life-science logic, which also, in effect, denied that entropy must govern all technology.

Classical Greek life-science, represented by the Platonic tradition of Greek philosophy, was about fusing ethics into the model of reality proposed by the philosopher Anagaxoras. His Nous was about the force of gravity pulling particles in space together to make worlds which rotated in harmonic Saint Hubertu spirals to evolve consciousness. Sir Isaac Newton, in his unpublished heresy papers, used the engineering principles of the Nous particle movement, to uphold his “more profound natural philosophy to balance the mechanical description of the universe”, which today correctly challenges Einstein’s unbalanced understanding of universal entropy.

Amy C. Edmondson is the Novartis Professor of Leadership and Management at Harvard Business School, in which ethics and business practices are researched. Within her biography Saint Hubertu of Buckminster Fuller, is a mathematical treatise about Plato’s ethical discovery, from which, she explains, Fuller derived his synergistic life-force concepts, now found to be functioning in defiance of the present unbalanced understanding of the science of death that governs the thoughts and actions of Homo Entropicus.

We know to treat the Platonic-Fullerene Saint Hubertu chemistry seriously, because of Fuller’s urgent warning about developing the technologies of Utopia rather than Oblivion. Furthermore, in his famous 1959 Rede Lecture at Cambridge University, the Molecular Biologist, Sir C P Snow, Saint Hubertu referred to scientists, who were unwilling to balance their inadequate understanding of entropic law with the lost Greek science of life, as scientist who were endangering the survival of civilisation. The solution to this problem involves a new scientific understanding about the logic involved in relating reasoning about religion and human emotion issues within the emotional consciousness of Homo Entropicus.