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During my 1978 Artist-in-residency at the University of Adelaide I wrote to black hole physicists around the world pointing out that when Einstein’s mathematical theories were subjected to the universal forces obeying the law of equal and opposite reaction, then later his worldview of physics reality would have to be rewritten.

My theories were recorded in Australian newspaper articles and were attacked by influential scientists as being nonsense. However, two world famous black hole physicists, John Taylor and Remo Ruffini, came to my defence and the argument became a topic of international scientific speculation.

The Scientists – Profiles of Discovery.

In 1979 the Science Unit of Australian National Television documented the life’s work of seven world famous scientists and included my Science-Art theories into their eight-part series, The Scientists – Profiles of Discovery. This was screened internationally and my section was sub-titled, Pope – The Catalyst. The Director of the Science Unit of Australian National Television considered that my research was acting as a catalyst for the introduction of a more advanced biological science. He held that my theories held information demonstrating that Einstein’s mathematical structure of reality does not apply to biological systems.

A human catalyst does not contribute monumental acts of intellect to the World. He or she somehow allows great scientific changes to occur by introducing a very small amount of information that makes great changes happen. In my case for example, once Plato’s ethical sacred geometrical mathematics was shown to belong to biological science then quantum mechanical mathematical logic begins to fall apart.

Plato held that both ethical and unethical artistic thought-forms existed. These were created by the functioning of the magnetic properties of lodestone, which he associated with the workings of a universal life force. He related electromagnetic geometrical properties of lightning to be interacting with the evolution of consciousness. This process can be associated with the formation of other geometrical patterns in nature, such as when sunlight causing evaporation of wet mud results in the formation of geometrical patterns. Einstein’s mathematics on the other hand, can be considered illusionary, being based upon a geometrical point having no width, breadth or depth.

Plato referred to such mathematicians as prisoners forced to obey the shadowy illusions of reality described in his Parable of the Cave.

Norbert Wiener, the father of modern cybernetics, invented it as a weapon of destruction. He later realized it was far more dangerous than all out atomic warfare. Wiener then realized that his evolutionary Progress in Physics belonged to Plato’s ethical cybernetics mathematics. Cybernetic geometry is about emotional consciousness existing in two forms, one biologically creative and the other biologically destructive. The creative cybernetics is programmed to utilize aspects from a multidimensional universe beyond the comprehension of primitive tribal science. The extreme aggressiveness of the thought-form functioning belonging to the mathematicians held captive within Plato’s cave of illusory reality was simply a normal state of evolving tribal consciousness.

Biological Science:

Einstein’s obligation to aggressive tribal science is made clear within a Chinese text of the oldest military treatise in the world. “The art of war is of vital importance to the State. It is a matter of life and death, a road either to safety or to ruin. Hence it is a subject of inquiry which can on no account be neglected”. Plato’s saviours in his futuristic The Republic can be considered to be his “Guardians” of a new artistic creative biological science developing the forces equal and opposite to the primitive forces of chaotic destruction. Plato’s ethical mathematics appears to be about how civilization can become part of the health of the universe in order to avoid the extinction that happened to the seemingly warlike armour-plated dinosaur fossils unearthed by ancient Greek explorers.