Two Science-Art Philosophies – Utopia or Oblivion?

A warning to the reader: This report asserts that contemporary science was turned upside down, showing the remedy to Steven Hawking’s observation that the best mistake humankind has ever produced was to formulate artificial intelligence. The correction to this error necessitates an up-to-date familiarity with Buckminster Fuller and C P Snow’s third civilization, where human survival is all about gaining a fresh perspective about the unification of Science with Art.

Instead of this fresh outlook constituting an assault upon science, it attracts attention to the vital value of Fuller and Snow’s synergistic Science-Art theories. The attempt to put those theories within the perspective related to quite current, critical technological discoveries, allows for a better comprehension of the essence of fact, in particular, related to carcinogenic growth and advancement.

The Feb-Mar 2016 issue of Philosophy Now included a post by Magdalena Scholle about how the philosopher, Nietzsche, motivated Dali. Her monitoring that Nietzsche’s first book The Birth of Tragedy deserves special attention by art critics, is currently among critical scientific significance. Proof exists to show that Dali’s instinctive assessment of Nietzsche’s two spirits of artwork, as he identified it, comprised one soul having a reflection of an internal linking evolutionary occurrence.

Researchers argued that Dali’s well-known obsession with what he called “stereoscopic art” failed to resonate straight with the audiences’ vision. Throughout 2003, asymmetrical electromagnetic 3D viewing glasses were fabricated and sold together with their patent (USD669522 – 3D eyeglasses) into the amusement market. The scientists who made them noticed that a few of the paintings from the artists, Vincent van Gogh and Paul Cezanne, when seen through their eyeglasses, depicted stereoscopic pictures. The philosopher of science, Immanuel Kant, laid the moral basis of the Electromagnetic Golden Age of Science. He and the philosopher, Emmanuel Levinas, had identified Plato’s look for an artistic ethic as being an asymmetrical perceptible dream belonging to the imaginative thoughts.

Dali’s passionately felt internal workings artistic inspiration has been made observable and quantifiable, as an evolutionary procedure. This simple fact warrants the crucial attention of philosophers of artwork that Scholle advocated. Asymmetrical perceptible visual monitoring now shows that artists all around the planet, throughout the 21st Century, automatically paint a whole lot more striking 3D stereoscopic pictures than musicians during history. The crucial focus on them by philosophers of artwork will entail beating the severe culture shock of health science being flipped upside down from the new stereoscopic consciousness. This is preferable to the amusement sector dismissing it.

Eminent epidemiologists have noticed an acceleration of the industrial fabrication of stereoscopic 3D information and communicating apparatus has caused a dysfunctional 3D global outbreak. The difficulty was summed up in an MIT Technology Review from David Zax on July 29, 2011, qualified, Does 3D Hurt Your Eyes? Yes, Says Science – How can we mend the stereoscopic mess we have gotten ourselves into? Zax describes a newspaper published in the American Government’s National Institute of Health’s Medical Journal of Vision, July 21, 2011, where it says “The newspaper virtually treats 3D just like a breed of a virus which can not be included, just treated. The assumption seems to be the 3D is here to stay, and that as excellent epidemiologists we have to do what we can to mitigate the harm it inflicts.”

The natural growth of stereoscopic internal vision and the stereoscopic outbreak explains Nietzsches, ”two spirits of artwork’, known by Scholle. The aforementioned culture shock embraces exactly the identical issue that C P Snow credited to the operation of mainstream science’s mentality. Einstein’s regulating’Premier regulation of everyone the sciences’ the universal heat death legislation, is currently an obsolete comprehension of the second law of thermodynamics, which wrongly sentences all existence in the world to suspended extinction. Quantum biological cancer study’s living information flows in the opposite direction to next law thermodynamic heat-loss energy.

Isaac Newton believed that mechanical cause fundamentals were “pretentious hypotheses”. Though Einstein harboured doubts regarding quantum mechanics’ infallibility, his comprehension of the next law relied upon mechanical logic, may no more be regarded as the greatest law of each the sciences.