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The philosopher, Immanuel Kant, in the 18th Century referred to Plato’s human interaction with the electromagnetic biosphere as an asymmetrical field evolving within the creative artistic mind.

Dali’s pioneering of Kant’s ethical scientific wisdom being associated with the evolution of human stereoscopic vision is recorded for posterity at the Dali Stereoscopic Museum in Spain. Dali’s asymmetrical and symmetrical versions of the same painting, placed adjacent to each other became the first visual scientific evidence of human evolution extending Plato’s spiritual, ethical mathematics to infinity. My own single paintings were perceived as being 3rd dimensional before asymmetrical electromagnetic 3D stereoscopic glasses were patented for use during 2002. Therefore, the human evolution of stereoscopic vision is now rapidly taking place.

Immanuel Kant

1724-1804

Salvador Dalì, "Playing-in-the-dark"

1929