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Szent-Györgyi wrote in his 1972 ‘Letter to Science’ that modern science was obstructing the discovery of an antidote to cancer because it had no perception of the scientific rationale belonging to artistic Science-Art intuition (Szent-Györgyi. A. 1972). He was referring to Kant and his

contemporary Levinas who agreed that a human ethical science had to be constructed upon an asymmetrical electromagnetic field evolving within the creative artistic mind. Szent-Györgyi pointed out that prevailing medical tribal science’s “high level” of schizophrenic philosophy (Szent- Györgyi. A. 1970) had no interest in the survival of the human species. It continues to ignore the visual evidence that demonstrates, beyond all doubt, that Plato’s Science-Art spiritual mathematics belongs to the evolution of human stereoscopic vision.

The development of Science-Art from Einstein’s sterile symmetrical worldview is now causing contrary serious artistic confusion. The journal Nature published a paper (Ananthaswamy. A.-June 2018) about a physicist describing ‘How the belief in beauty has triggered a crisis in physics’

referring to the ugliness of physics being further contaminated with an unnatural disposition to develop supersymmetry to keep the illusion alive that symmetry is supremely beautiful.