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Western science in the 3rd Century BC resulted from two centuries of Atomistic speculations that attempted to fuse ethics into the Nous theories of Anaxagoras, in order to establish a Science for Ethical Ends.

At that time science and art were not separated and the general thrust of the ancient Art Appreciation Physics is not difficult to explain. It could be considered that the movement of the moon about the earth was held to influence the female fertility cycle. This movement was considered to be musically harmonic.

Therefore the ethics of a mother’s love and compassion for children might be explained by a science of particle movement transmitting ethical wisdom to evolving humanity through the forces of harmonic resonance.

Pythagoras taught about the Music of the Spheres and Plato described the heavens in terms of musical ratios.

Aristotle linked celestial movement to ethical wisdom within the functioning of his 5th element of quintessence, a concept describing the existence of an immortal soul, later adopted by the Christian Church. Both Plato and Aristotle are today acknowledged as being among the fathers of the Christian religion. The labeling of the various Greek ethical Atomistic theories as heresy can be easily understood.

During the 1st Century BC the lawyer Cicero submitted a report to the Roman government about one aspect of the ethical science. Cicero complained that the 5th Century BC Greek philosopher Epicurus had taught a Saviour Science of universal love based upon harmonic atomic movement and that the science was being taught all over Italy and across to Turkey. Epicurus was referred to by Roman saviour science adepts as 'The Saviour'.

The term 'saviour' can be considered to be associated with the prevention of human extinction from Plato’s evil property of unformed matter within the atom emerging to destroy civilization, due to an obsession with materialistic science being allowed to prevail.

Aristotle’s 'The Ethics and Politics', was about science and its concepts were later used to help formulate the design of democratic government in America. However, the Roman government had no sympathy for such ideas.

Encyclopaedia Britannica advises, that in the 3rd Century A.D., Saint Augustine attempted to fuse the Platonic tradition of Greek philosophy into the New Testament. His translation of Plato, Hesiod, Philo and Plotinus’ evil of unformed matter from within the atom, became an evil associated with natural female sexuality as is mentioned within the writings of his Confessions. Centuries later the effects of Augustine’s attitude toward women upon which Western physics became of paramount importance to science.

In his unpublished paper The Vegetation of Metals, Sir Isaac Newton wrote of his conviction that a more profound natural philosophy existed to balance the mechanical description of his 'infinite' universe and that its basic principles would be derived from particle movement. Newton dared not publish this during his lifetime, as even today this work is referred to as Newton’s Heresy Science.

Anaxagoras used human consciousness to construct his worldview model, thereby linking evolution to the workings of an infinite universe.

This is an impossible concept within the 20th Century worldview, which is governed by Einstein’s Classification of the Universal Heat Death Law, the 2nd law of thermodynamics, as being the 'Premier law of all science'.

If consciousness, as growing scientific evidence suggests, is indeed an evolutionary part of infinite fractal logic, then the present fixed worldview is based upon false physics assumptions. However, the proposal that consciousness is part of the workings of an infinite universe is consistent within the holographic principle universal reality proposed by Einstein's close colleague, David Bohm