The magazine MAQ September 2018 MAQ Magazine November 2018 - Page 114

Plato believed that the mathematical properties of magnetic lodestone were influencing artistic emotions within the human mind. During the 18th Century the Science-Art philosopher, Immanuel Kant, used Plato’s distinction between ethical and unethical ‘thought forms’ as the keystone of the electromagnetic Golden Age of Danish Science.

The leader of 19th Century Golden Age of Danish Science, Hans Christian Ørsted, proved the existence of electromagnetic fields. The scientist, Michael Faraday, who had no formal education, invented the electric motor and James Maxwell explained the existence of electromagnetic waves. During the 20th Century powerful industrial magnates financed the electrification of America for financial profit only, ignoring any scientific spiritual context. Asymmetrical electromagnetic mathematical equations were considered unethical because of their impact on profits (Wolak, F. A., 1994). Today the ethical equations have no financial significance and are referred to as nuisance problems plaguing science, particularly in economic science for obstructing commercial profiteering. For example, in Australia vast governmental revenue is obtained from mathematically controlled gambling machines using visual and sonic electromagnetic vibrations to create heroinlike addictions resulting in states of desperate family bankruptcies. Nations are thrown into states of bankruptcy as plutocratic games waging mathematical warfare spread symmetrical dysfunctional information through the mass manufacture of electromagnetic information and communication devices.