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The Causes of Sexual Dysfunction and Women With Diabetes

Friday, September 15th, 2017

Studies have shown that 90% of diabetics are type 2 and less than 10% are diagnosed with type 1. The patients diagnosed with either type are under an increased threat of vascular and neurological complication and psychological issues. The women who suffer from this may have many complications. In most cases the risk of diabetes diagnoses especially type 2. An increased amount of cases of sexual dysfunction correlated with the diagnosis. The research had to account for the use of contraception, hormone replacement therapy, and pregnancy. Sexual dysfunction is a common problem, albeit a problem that has not been studied in women with type 2 diabetes in depth.

Diabetes type 2 diagnoses is the leading cause of sexual dysfunction. There will be an increased amount of women diagnosed with this considered a larger proportion of the population in increasingly growing older and becoming more and more physically inactive. Thus, the rate of sexual dysfunction in women will also increase. It was not until this study that the direct correlation could be substantiated. The effect of sexual dysfunction was correlated to neurological, psychological and vascular affects and a combination of such. However, despite the common knowledge that there is an association in their measurements of such is hard to create. It is difficult to measure sexual function in women. In many cases the spouses sexual performance, quality of sexual intercourse, patients educational culture, and socioeconomic status was also a large part of the problem. They also have a decreased sexual desire, decreased stimulus, reduced lubrication and orgasm disorder. Thus, diabetes females are more at risk than others. In this study several surveyors were sued to evaluate sexual function disorders.

Sex is defined by the study as an ability to experience masculine or feminine emotions, physical stimulation and/or mental feelings. It is also a perception that is expressed by the sexual organs of another. The sexuality of a human being is determined by social norms, values and taboos. This is also determined by psychological and social norms and aspects. The nature of the disease was also defined in the study. It had to be, in order to evaluate the nature of sexual dysfunction with patients who are diabetic. Responses to sexual stimulation in the subjects was divided into four phases. These included the arousal, plateau, orgasm and resolution phase. These phases were identified as the most detrimental and prevalent issues that affected women during sexual satisfaction.

In the first phase, the libido is accessed. This is the appearance of erotic feelings and thoughts. Real female sexual desires begins with the first phase. Also at this point sexual thoughts or feelings or past experiences help to create either a natural or unnatural arousal stage in patients. There second phase identified by searchers here was the arousal phase. In this phase the parasympathetic nervous system is involved. With that, the phase is then characterized by erotic feelings and the formation of a natural vaginal lubrication. The first sexual response begins with vaginal lubrication which follows within 10-30 seconds and then follows from there. What follows is typically a rapid breathing session or rather tachycardia that causes women to have an increased blood pressure and a general feeling of warmth, breast tenderness, coupled with erected nipples and a coloration of the skin. Most women experience this arousal phase.The third phase is defined as the orgasm phase or rather the time with increased muscular and vascular tension by sexual stimulation occurs. This is the most imperious of the cycles and is albeit the most satisfying for women. During this period women experience orgasmic responses from the sympathetic nervous system. Changes also occur in the entire genital region these include a change in heart rate, and blood pressure. The final phase of normal sexual stimulation is the resolution phase. During this period women have genital changes. Basically the withdrawal of blood from the genital region and the discharge of sexual tension as occurs after the orgasm will bring the entire body to a period of rest.

The basis of sexual responses cycle depends on normally functioning of the endocrine, vascular, neurological and psychological factors. Considering the brain is the center for sexual stimulation, sexual behaviors are directly correlated to the sense of being aroused. The study has defined sexual stimulation and peripheral stimulation. Central stimulation is defined as the act of being aroused and sexual desire is phenomena mainly mediated by the mesolimbic dopaminergic pathway. Dopamine is the most important known neurotransmitter system responsible for the arousal. The process breaks down to the fact that testosterone is responsible for both female and male desire and it increases blood flow either directly and indirectly through estrogen.

Sexual dysfunction has been classified and defined by the inability to experience anticipated sexual intercourse. This is a psychosocial change that complicates interpersonal relationships and creates significant problems. Orgasm disorder usually occurs with a recurrent delay or difficulty in achieving an orgasm after sexual stimulation.

Several sexual disorders have been affected by diabetes, many others are blanketed under the sexual dysfunction term. Sexual Aversion Disorder is the avoidance of all genital contact with ones partners. The difference between the phobia and the feelings of disgust and hatred are part of the phobia. Sexual Arousal Disorder is the inability to establish adequate lubrication stimuli in a persistent manner. Orgasmic disorder is defined as a persistent or recurrent delay in or lack of normal phases. Orgasm is the sudden temporary peek feeling.

According to the data from the U.S National Healthy and Social life survey women who are at risk for SD. In the study it was found that women with healthy problems have an increased risk for pain during intercourse. Also women with urinary tract problems or symptoms are at risk for problems during intercourse. The socio-economic status of women is another risk factor as well as women who have been the victim of harassment. Menopause has a negative impact on sexual function in women.

Sexual dysfunction was not limited to affective disorders, in fact socio-cultural and social demographic causes effected demographic and sociological characters were investigated. In the studies conducted sociodemographic characteristics like age, education level and income levels. Also the use of an effective method of family planning was related to the BMI and marriage were also factors in this decisions. The use of alcohol and drugs was also linked to a woman’s sexual response and leads to SD. The most prevalent use came from antidepressants received for the treatment of depression were reported with the use of the prescription drugs. The affects included a lack of lubrication, vaginal anesthesia, and delay in or lack of orgasm. Other drugs that have were found to affect female SD included anthypertensives, lipid-lowering agents and chemotheraputic agents. The study also took into account that chronic diseases like systemic diabetes and hypertension causes psychiatric disorders, including depression, anxiety disorders, and psychoses are attributed to chronic disease states.

Diabetes is a common chronic disease with more than 90% of diabetics having been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. Diabetic patients have been found to have an elevated risk of vascular and neurological complications and psychological problem.Thus, because of this it has been found that diabetics are prone to having female sexual dysfunction. Thus, the subject of female diabetic SD was largely unrecognized until 1971. Even at that time in an article the study was the first to evaluate limited cases of sexual dysfunction in women. Studies with females who have been diagnosed with SD. Diabetic females with sexual problem are explained with biological, social and psychological factors.

Hyperglycemia had been found in many diabetic women who have been diagnosed with SD. It reduces the hydration of the mucus membranes of the vagina. It in turn reduces the lubrication levels, leading to painful sexual intercourse. The risk of vaginal infections increases because of that and so too does vaginal discomfort and painful intercourse. It is clinically hard to measure sexual function in women. In many cases medical history, physical examination, pelvic examination and hormonal profile were reviewed. The subjects were questioned in detail regarding spouse’s sexual performance, quality of the sexual intercourse, the patients educational level and socioeconomic status. The several questionnaires which were used to evaluate sexual function disorders were a substantial methodology. Sexual inventories were then classified in two groups. The information obtained through a structured incentive allowing the discloser of terms. There was fact to face interview and also many sexual inventories which were based on the human sexual cycle.

There were 400 female patients that applied to the hospital or diabetes center. The test was conducted between June 2009 and June 2013. There were first non-voluntaries or those who met the exclusion criteria and type 1 diabetics were excluded from the study. This study also included 329 married women, there were 213 diabetic and 116 non-datebooks. All of the women in this study were sexually active and had a spouse. Also the survey questions were asked questions in a face to face attack. The subjects were given questionnaires and the volunteers who were inactive or had an illness were excluded from the study.

It was also important in the study to take into account demographics. These included the age of the participants, their weight, and their height. Their weight circumference, BMI and education level were also part of this study. With diabetic patients the plasma glucose level was also reviewed. In this study the reliability of the female sexual function index and the test-retest reliability was a.82 and a.79. The version of the validity and reliability of the scale was performed.

Another form of measurement was the Arizona Sexual Experiences Scale, again another form of questions used to measures the experiences that women have and how they were able to deal with them. Patients that were treated with psychotropic drugs were the main focus of this experiment. This is a set of five questions created to show a minimal disturbance with patients. The scale aimed to assess sexual functions by excluding sexual orientation and relationships with a partner. The format that was used for most women in this study included several questions regarding sexual drive and arousal.

Still other tests were utilized. These included the Golombuk-Rust Inventory of Sexual Satisfaction (GRISS). The utilization of this test was yet another set of questions that were given to males and females (28 males, 28 females) and were aimed at objectively evaluating the heterosexual relationship of the individuals and to identify the level of dysfunction of the subject. The results again found that women with diabetes are more prone to suffering from dysfunctional disorders.

Of course researchers looked into the subjects BMI and found that 23 of only 7% of the patients were in the normal range of the BMI which at the time was 18.5-24.9 kg. The mean BMI was also only 33.11 in patients with diabetes. The majority of patients that had higher BMI issues were smokers. So not only was it diabetes that attributed to SD but smoking and drug use caused additional complications. Also, 193 were premenopausal and 136 were postmenopausal. The average number of patients who were diagnosed were also on oral antibiotic medications in combination with insulin and in some cases antilipedemic medications. Many patients were not using medications at all which may result in the reference that they were suffering from the disease because they were unable to move through their diabetes diagnoses.

The study conducted found that there was no correlation between the age of a patient a their FSFI. Plus, there did not seem to be a correlation between the BMI and FSFI and the sub structures like desire, arousal, lubrication, orgasm, sexual success, and pain with diabetic women. Some of the volunteers had children, one to three children in fact. There again was no direct correlation with diabetic women with children or without. However there was a correlation with women who had a more children and their ability to reach an orgasm. Perhaps due to the multiple births and the destruction that it could have caused neurologically.

Specifically when addressing diabetes, researchers wanted to understand the extent of the SD disturbance. The attributes of a imbalanced hormonal system, vascular constrictions and increased sexual problems cause the physiological and psychological responses that were found. The differences in the mechanisms of the neurotransmitters during sexual responses in women with diabetes and without diabetes was the leading contributor to a decreased sexual appetite.

Women have many dimensions that lead to their diagnoses. Sexual function is affected therefore when a woman is diagnosed with diabetes. The research also found that female lubrication occurred only during the arousal phase. But the dysfunction was largely affective, meaning that women were unable to become lubricated during the arousal phase. Women who were insulin dependent had little or no evidence of dysfunction while non-insulin dependent patient status had a negative effect on sexual disorders. This included the ability to orgasm, lubrication during arousal, sexual satisfaction, and sexual activity. This suggests a more comprehensive explanation that SD might be related to the age at which the diabetes develops.

Also women who have a genital disease will also have be unable to achieve ideal sexual arousal. Other factors besides diabetic mediations include other medications. For instance, antibiotics used to treat urinary infections and oral contraceptives have been attributed to an adverse sexual function in women. These medication will also heighten a woman’s ability to reach normal sexual functioning. Again the psychological effects of diabetes will also cause women to be unable to reach an adequate amount of sexual ability. Typical feelings from diabetic patients that have been reported to researchers include a feeling of isolation, feeling of being unattractive, loneliness and isolation. These are mainly caused from the diagnoses and a lifestyle change. Women who have these symptoms or feelings are advised to seek treatment with their medical doctor and to seek a therapist. They should advise them of the feelings, to seek a holistic treatment plan.

Researchers advise that there are holistic treatments available for women who are suffering from these diseases and including the inability to organism which can be remedied with vibrating tools or psychosomatic techniques. Also a reduced libido may be a form of depression and therapists will address the patients self image during the scores of holistic treatment. This may in fact lead to a better self image and an increased libido. The loss of genital sensations can also be attributed to diabetes. Many patients have been advised to use entertaining vibrating tools in order to treat

Sexual dysfunction is mainly caused by a blanket of issues but according to recent studies by Paul Enzlzin, MA, Chantal Mathie, MD, PHD and others the direct correlation between medications in 90% of patients diagnosed with diabetes medication and disease state causes sexual definition. The effects are a common problem, 20% to 80% of women are reported as having a sexual dysfunction. The disease Diabetes Mellitis is the leading systemic disease of sexual dysfunction. Research has found that the cause largely forms because of psychological and physical issues. Thus leading to the inability to stimulate during sexual intercourse.

For many researchers configuring how to asses a woman’s sexual dysfunction was challenging. Talking about it presented a taboo and in many cases this would not lead to a very honest or comfortable conversation for the participant. That is why researchers utilized questionnaires and face to face interviews. This included the Female Sexual Function Index which was created in 2000. At that time Cronbach’s coefficient test-retest reliably was found to be about.82-.79. It is in essence a questionnaire that is composed of six sections that measure desire, arousal, lubrication, satisfaction, pleasure, and pain. The topic is also given a score system between 0-6. The 1st, 2nd and 15th questions are then also scored between 1 and 5. The other questions are scored between 1 and 5. This was only one of the measurements that researchers utilized to gain a better understanding on the role of sexual dysfunction and women with diabetes.

Patients or subjects are encouraged to speak with their health care provider regarding any issues they may begin to feel with a lack of sexual desire. There will be minor episodes of this feeling or it may progress into something less attractive. Episodes of depression will periodically affect the already progressing SD these too will be a point that many should discuss with their physicians.

Patients who are diagnosed with diabetes and then depression should seek therapy. In many cases the treatment may include antidepressants and holistic approaches. Lifestyle changes such as the implementation of a healthy and balanced lifestyle may help patients to improve significantly.However, that was found only in patients that made positive lifestyle changes accordingly. The medications that affect depression however will and may cause more complexities with SD. Moreover, only further testing will provide conclusive evidence.

SD is a chronic and persistent problem in women diagnosed with diabetes. Until this recent study the appearance of sexual dysfunction had not been studied enough. The impact if studied properly will largely affect most of the population diagnosed with diabetes. In recent years this the diagnoses has grown because the population has increased. Research with women and sexual dysfunction is scarce and also filled with flaws in the methodology of the research. The presence of the diabetes complications, the adjustment that patients have to the disease, and the psychological factors surrounding the disease affect it. The relations that they have with their partners are all part of the complications that arise with diabetic sexual dysfunction diagnoses in women. The study or research attempted to examine the prevalence of the dysfunction in women, the problems that occurred with an age matched group and the influence that diabetes had on female sexuality. The psychological factors that inhibited adequate sexual functioning were also measured in the most recent study.

Again in these studies women reported having less satisfaction during sex, avoided it as well. Researchers believe that these women who in particular were suffering from type 2 diabetes felt that they were less sexually attractive because of their body image. Researchers also examined psychological aspects of older type 2 diabetes in women who reported that they felt their bodies were less attractive then non-diabetic women. 60% or more of women in this study did not have a dysfunction, other than physiological symptoms or diabetes.

Much research has stated that if the patient is having difficulties it is important to have a talk with a physician about the probable side effects they will be suffering from. Women with diabetes who were suffering form the onset of menopausal symptoms could not be correlated to SD. In fact women who reported sexual problems were not significantly different in age though to the women who had an onset of menopause. The overwhelming evidence however suggested that psychological dysfunction and its accordance with diabetes was a crucial deciding factor to a rise in SD cases. The majority of research findings have concurred with it, stating that they in fact are able to correlate within the study.

A poor self image in women with diabetes leads to a loss of self esteem, feelings of unattractiveness, concern about weight gain and negative body images. The occur largely around the issue of weight gain, which follows with anxiety. There is evidence that these problems are common in older women who have been diagnosed according to several questionnaires that were used to evaluate women in the studies from 2009-2010. Research could suggest that it is because older women may be without a sexual partner and their diabetes could add to feelings of inadequacy. Younger women tend to worry about the effects that the disease and what it will have on their physical appearance especially with insulin therapy. If women begin healthy eating patterns then the main cause will have not issue on the physical appearance on women with proper nutrition. A woman has to be able to communicate with her partner and others around her in order to make sure that everyone understand the problems she is facing. However diabetes coupled with poor self images will lead a woman to become and introvert and therefore keep her feelings to herself. Thereby causing SD and a loss of social experiences by the woman in fact who has been battling these disease states.

A woman’s sexual desire has been found to be low, painful and absent. Thus, of this issue women will not be able to have healthy relationship. Unfortunately there has not been much research conducted with women because the variables have been to hard to control. But recently in this recent study conducted in 2009-2010 the questionnaire gave insight into the mind of women suffering form this disease. The limited study has prevented women from seeking out help and having a renewed interest in the problem. Limited studies have found that this problem affects largely about 50 % or more of women diagnosed with the disease. Most women who have type 2 and 1 diabetes are statistically going to stop having sex as much as their male counterparts because of their lack of a valued self image. In fact there are many sociological risks to not having adequate support systems to help minimize the impact the diabetes has on a lifestyle.

The changes that take place in a woman’s body who has been diagnosed with diabetes type 2 have largely been ignored. There are a plethora of issues at play here including detrimental issues affecting the central nervous system.Therefore, a woman’s sexual desire is largely affected by not only the CNS, but many other factors. In some cases these may include a hormonal imbalance caused by pre-menopause. Regardless there is a correlation between female diabetics and the changes in estrogen and sexual arousal stimulation. In the study the decreased sexual function and diabetes was also found to have a direct correlation in women who were overweight. This correlation was diminished in women who were average.

However of all of the contributors that will and do cause dysfunctions with women in sexual dysfunctions a poor self image was the leading cause. Depression was established in many women with a poor self image. Studies have shown that there is a direct link with diabetes and SD which is linked to a psychological disorder within women. Also diabetic women with this dysfunction were at least two times more likely to have sexual dysfunction than women without diabetes. In many cases depression caused a lack of sexual arousal or desire and a lack of physical performance when initiating the act. Therefore, a woman who is diagnosed with diabetes is at a higher risk of complications that harm her self confidence, her physiological health and her social interactions. Her daily routine will even be affected due or her lack of sexual arousal.

Specifically when addressing diabetes, researchers wanted to understand the extent of the SD disturbance. The attributes of a imbalanced hormonal system, vascular constrictions and increased sexual problems cause the physiological and psychological responses that were found. The differences in the mechanisms of the neurotransmitters during sexual responses in women with diabetes and without diabetes was the leading contributor to a decreased sexual appetite. Several risk factors were associated with sexual dysfunction including health problems which affected sexual intercourse, mainly in the form of pain associated with penetration. There are also several other causes that can be attributed to sexual dysfunction including urinary tract symptoms and arousal issues. However not necessarily in direct correlation to diabetes, but it becomes a symptom of the sexual dysfunction that may be attributed to diabetes as an after effects. Women who were diagnosed with type 2 diabetes had a direct correlation with sexual dysfunction. It was only with this research that many methodologies were proven useful in capturing the information.

Time Crystals and Society

Friday, September 15th, 2017

The people appointed by governments to look after infectious diseases include highly trained epidemiologists. They have identified the existence of what they refer to as a global 3D epidemic transmitted by the mass manufacture of dysfunctional communication and information devices. They have no antidote to the sociological damage that the epidemic is causing. Not one of them could find a place in the United Nations to discuss an antidote to this neurological disorder, which leads to continual warfare on earth. As a result, despite years of endless United Nations meetings, resolutions and emotional expressions of moral outrage, the epidemic spreading across the planet is getting worse.

No apology is made for not writing about this subject in the language of incomprehensible, dysfunctional peer reviewed, technological scientific jargon. Papers of great importance related to various aspects of it do indeed exist. Modern science, in its euphoric lust for power, prestige and violence is simply unable and unwilling to comprehend its overall human survival implications. To the best of my knowledge there are no peer reviewed papers written about the crucial substance of this article. Its ethos is ‘For the People by the People’, which embraces humans as belonging to one species rather than various tribes dedicated to imposing scientific violence upon each other.

The antidote to the dysfunctional information epidemic has actually been discovered and internationally recognized. It is beyond the primitive understanding of the prevailing global scientific death cult, which is governed by a law demanding the extinction of all life in the universe – the second law of thermodynamics.

It is common knowledge that religious or bureaucratic persuasions written into political law direct the ethos of nationalistic governmental scientific research. If the living process belongs instead to an infinite fractal mathematical logic linked to artistic emotion then prevailing science and religion will only allow vague glimpses of its intuitive reality. If one carefully watches the brilliant documentary by Arthur C Clarke entitled ‘The Colours of Infinity’ both Clarke and Benoit Mandelbrot, acclaimed as the discoverer of infinite fractal logic, exclude humanity from any infinite purpose. However, The NASA High Energy Project has published papers by Petar Grujic, Science Advisor to the Belgrade Institute of Physics, showing that ancient Greek science had linked the living process to concepts of an infinite fractal universe.

The dysfunctional information epidemic ignores such living infinite information. It is only interested in prolonging the tribal ‘survival of the fittest’ paradigm for the benefit of government by the wealthy. Plutocracies around the world play dysfunctional financial poker-machine-like games of war to supposedly protect the people they represent from falling under the control of foreign governments.

In simplistic terms, the mathematical programming within electromagnetic gambling devices (i.e. poker machines) are designed to cause states of eventual financial and moral bankruptcy. They use sound and colour vibrations capable of inducing illusory heroin-like addictions to bring bankruptcies about. Global stock markets over time can be observed to record that such financial war games are using dysfunctional mathematical deceit to outwit their competitors.

The ancient Greek political ‘Science for ethical ends’ on the other hand, developed a concept of evolution using the mathematics now associated with the creation of the time crystal. The mathematical movement of the 28 day moon cycle was thought to explain the emotional female fertility rhythm. This harmonic ‘Music of the Spheres’ movement resonated with the atoms of a mother’s spirit to generate the ethics of her love and care for children. Her joy at anticipating artistic colourful costumes for her children is very real and can be shared with family and friends. This can be contrasted to the unreal hallucinatory joy associated with the mathematical deceit programmed into the poker-machine.

The ancient political science was to guide ennobling government for the health of an infinite universe, in order to prevent the extinction of civilization. That ideal about universal health is consistent with a futuristic medical science employing infinite fractal mathematics, rather than the prevailing primitive death cult mathematics, which demands that our evolutionary process must lead only to extinction.

During the 1980s Australian Science-Art researchers used the ancient Greek infinity mathematics to become the first institute in the world to measure the existence of the life-force. They programmed a computer to generate simulations of seashell growth and development through a period of 50 million years. The evolutionary seashell mathematics matched exactly with the mathematics written into the seashell fossil record. In 1990 the world’s largest technological research institute, IEEE in Washington, published their findings as being one of the important optical mathematical discoveries of the 20th Century, placing it alongside such names as Louis Pasteur and Francis Crick.

Scientists, infected by our science of dysfunctional information, were unable to even begin to comprehend that the evolutionary mathematical writing within the world’s seashell fossil record had been written by the living creature within the shell. It was not difficult to demonstrate that the modern scientific mind was infected with some emotional form of cancer, preventing any attempt to gain a mental visualization of infinite reality. This cancer is religious in nature. Permission from a chosen deity to obtain knowledge of infinity results in deadly conflict between and within differing tribal ideologies capable of leading to world war.

All this confusion can be resolved quite quickly by programming a computer to entangle death cult science with the antidote information in order to obtain scientific human survival blueprint simulations. In 1974 the founder of the American National Foundation for Cancer Research, the Nobel Laureate in Medicine, Szent-Gyorgyi, wrote his ‘Letter to Science’ explaining that the prevailing method of assessing scientific research was in itself a form of neurological cancer.

Proof exists that Szent-Gyorgyi was correct in stating that modern scientific research comprehension is carcinogenic in nature. If you replace the ancient infinite mathematics belonging to the seashell discovery with sterile quantum mechanical mathematics within a computer, the futuristic simulations become distorted, clearly depicting the nature of cancerous growth and development. Szent-Gyorgyi’s cancer research together with the Australian seashell discoveries was an important step toward the discovery of the antidote for the dysfunctional information epidemic.

The recent creation of time crystals, a completely new form of matter, by Harvard University physicists and a University of Maryland research team, was recently published by the scientific journal Nature. The mysterious nature of time crystals was predicted in 2012 by the Nobel Laureate, Frank Wilczek. At an atomic scale the newly created time crystals function outside the law upholding our prevailing understanding of reality – the second law of thermodynamics.

However, the time crystals’ discovery, as a display of incredible scientific brilliance is associated with an extremely serious problem, one that surely warrants further critical scientific examination. The creation of time crystals was heralded by the emotional proclamation that Issac Newton’s world-view had been destroyed. From the perspective of our prevailing science this appears obvious, however, it is simply incorrect. Newton, in his published 28th Query Discussions, stated categorically that his non-mechanical description of the universe was derived from ancient Greek Science. That ancient ‘Science for ethical ends’ is compatible with the reality of the atomic time crystal.

The magnitude of this erroneous information is enormous. Newton wrote that the mass of bodies in space does not cause gravity and that those who taught this were advocating a pretentious illusory version of reality. The Church did not tolerate any other examination of infinite reality than its incomprehensible religious dogma, which Newton, a deeply religious Christian, totally despised.

It can be considered that this deceitful religious 17th Century pretense concerning gravitational force is one of the key building blocks used to develop the current 3D epidemic of dysfunctional information. However, a far more ancient use of deceitful religious mathematics emerged at the dawn of civilization in Mesopotamia. Ancient tribes fighting each other for survival needed to obey the ‘survival of the fittest’ paradigm in order to be able to evolve. Sexual excitement linked to a lust for waging war was the tribal criteria for such survival.

The ancient Sumerians used celestial movement to invent a mathematical measurement of time and direction, now used in our scientific exploration of the universe. However, their concept of infinity was religious rather that mathematical. From numerous ancient clay tablets, concepts involving various warlike gods and goddesses living within a dark abyss, declaring ‘Let there be light’ and then creating hybrid versions of humanity, exist. The concept of infinity belonged to an argument among the gods over the bestowing of immortal life to the keeper of the Ark during the Great Flood. The ancient Mesopotamian tribes had no option but to observe the ‘survival of the fittest’ paradigm. It was inevitable that existing Sumerian mathematics was also developed and placed into political law to appease their goddess of sex and war, Inanna.

The following Babylonian Kingdom developed variations of the Sumerian religious beliefs, later influencing Islamic, Hebrew and Christian religious thought. The Babylonians replaced Inanna with their goddess of prostitution and war, Ishtar. They developed the astrological Sumerian mathematics to be able to predict eclipses. One existing clay tablet records that in 673 BC, a priest advised the King to terrorize the populace by predicting a lunar eclipse. The Gods demanded this information was to be used to incite a lust for war to extend the boundaries of the kingdom.

This code of ‘survival of the fittest’ military conduct was written into their legal system, aspects of which were later inherited by Roman law, and later still within the Western legal system. During the 19th Century, the American champion of Democratic thought, Ralph Waldo Emerson, wrote that the American Plutocrats had placed aspects of Babylonian law into the structure of American politics. As a result the American people had become enslaved into a perpetual system of financial debt. His solution to this problem was to develop a new industrial technology from Sanskrit mathematics, which allowed the living process to extend to infinity.

There is no disputing the great genius of Albert Einstein nor his compassionate artistic nature. Following the disclosure of his theory of relativity early in the 20th Century he spent the rest of his life attempting to complete quantum mechanics with a living component. The heart-rending tragedy belonging to that lonely quest has been recorded. The book entitled ‘Babylonian Mythology and Modern Science’ published by the New York University’s Library of Science in 1957, stated that Einstein derived his theory of relativity from the mythological mathematical intuitions of ancient Babylon. His later work explained his attempts to modify this conviction and he spent most of his life speculating in vain on how he might embrace a living purpose to complete quantum mechanical science.

Newton’s understanding of the universe was derived from ancient Greek Science. This ancient ‘Science for ethical ends’ is compatible with the reality of the atomic time crystal. Newton was referring to the Greek concept of infinity concerning Anaximander’s infinite primordial substance, called Aperion. The philosopher of science, Karl Popper, wrote about the Apeiron concept. He stated, “In my opinion this idea of Anaximander’s is one of the boldest, most revolutionary and most portentous ideas in the whole history of human thought.”

Newton’s belief that the Greek science was authentic and that the prevailing science of his time was pretentious in assuming that the mass of bodies in space was the cause of gravitational force, is most important. It clearly demonstrates that Quantum mechanics has been based upon the false assumption that Newton’s understanding of the universe was entirely a mechanistic one. Newton considered that his balancing description of a non-mechanical cosmos was more profound than his mechanistic description of the universe. This coincides with Karl Popper’s consideration that this issue is of the utmost global importance, hence the significance of the antidote discovery.

Popper’s concept that the ancient Greek science held the most important idea in the history of the world can be explained by its definition of the nature of political evil. Within Plato’s book, The Republic, ethical political science warns that “Evil” belongs to the destructive property of unformed matter within the physical atom, which can emerge to destroy civilization. The building of the atomic bomb before the psychopathic German Third Reich did so, can be considered to be an ethical tribal necessity. However, scientists never thought about developing the ethical technologies that Platonic science had obviously alluded to. As a result the threat posed by atomic bombs has moved the Doomsday Clock a few minutes to the Doomsday hour. The creation of the atomic time crystal has now accelerated that situation. The intent to use the crystal’s functioning within the present dysfunctional science of artificial intelligence can only bring about truly catastrophic damage. It can be considered that the global neurological cancer information epidemic will go terminal unless the antidote is developed.

If the time crystal physics reality is associated with the living information and communication devices recently discovered existing throughout the entire length of the DNA, then a wonderful human evolutionary survival technology will emerge. Artificial intelligence has no history of feelings associated with the evolution of ethical atomic compassion, but the human metabolism certainly has.

Plato used mathematics to explain how artistic emotional feelings were not ethical. This was because they were lacking an ethical spiritual component. An example of what he was referring to is not difficult to find. The ancient Roman legal system held that the mathematics used to build beautiful aqueducts to bring fresh water to the citizens of Rome was its symbol of power. It was noted that it was vastly superior to the mathematics that was considered to have created useless Egyptian pyramids. The mathematics used to build the Roman Colosseum was instrumental in creating the epitome of Greek artistic culture. However, its innate neurological disease was that the Colosseum, as an artistic expression, was used to excite the populace with acts of organized sadistic behaviour. The Nazi regime associated mathematical genius with exactly the same artistic concept, using the famous Greek discus thrower statue as a symbol associated with the bringing about of World War II.

Immanuel Kant was a Founding Father of the ethical basis of the electromagnetic Golden Age of Danish Science. The antidote begins to emerge from his research into locating the electromagnetic spiritual artistic ethic sought for by Plato. Kant, along with his contemporary, Emmanuel Levinas, concluded that the artistic spiritual element that Plato sought, belonged to an infinite, ethical, universal, Godlike purpose. Both Kant and Levinas quite specifically referred to this as an evolving emotional asymmetrical electromagnetic field existing within the creative artistic mind.

History’s greatest mathematician, Georg Cantor’s mathematics now underpins most of modern science, except for one fundamental concept, for which he became history’s most vilified mathematician. From his research into ancient Greek science he considered that his infinite mathematics provided access to God’s perpetual paradise. He published his conviction that the modern scientific mind was inhabited by a “myopic fear of infinity” that denied this ethical purpose. Both the Church and famous mathematicians of his day so savagely attacked him he was admitted to hospital, where he later died of starvation. However, Cantor had one supporter, the mathematician, David Hilbert, who, whilst working with Albert Einstein, provided the necessary electromagnetic evidence that allowed the antidote to the global disinformation epidemic to be discovered.

A high resolution picture of the human cell poised to divide has been identified as being an infinite fractal mathematical expression. Epidemiologists attempting to find an antidote to the global dysfunctional information epidemic realized that Cantorian mathematical sensibility must, in some way, be involved with the healthy living process. Hilbert’s biological asymmetrical electromagnetic field during the transfer of healthy information to the replica cell, will not allow dysfunctional information from gaining access to it. As this demonstrated Cantor’s infinite mathematics as part of the living process, the epidemiologists, infected by a neurological denial of this, were unable to grasp its true significance.

In 2016 the Australian antidote discovery was presented to the pubic in Italy and Russia by Italian quantum biologists and Quantum Art International, which had shared in its relevant research since 2010. At the Russian presentation it was awarded a first prize by the World Fund for Arts. In 2017 the World Fund for Arts, under the auspices of the Russian Government, laid the foundations for further Science-Art Research. If critical international debate eventuates from that initiative, then a sustainable political science should emerge to instigate the development of a future Science-Art technology.

The nature of future technology utilising the antidote became obvious from the writings of the mathematician and electrical engineer, Charles Proteus Steinmetz. He invented the asymmetrical electromagnetic alternating current motor, the fundamental basis of the electric power industry in the United States of America. Steinmetz wrote that instead of this physical technology, a far greater one was apparent in the form of an asymmetrical electromagnetic “spiritual” technology. Steinmetz had published works about the spiritual atomic science of ancient Greece.

Salvador Dali’s eccentric and flamboyant criticisms of modern science entered the world of simple technological genius when it led to his conviction that paintings contained hidden ethical stereoscopic 3D messages. Dali actually wrote ”The discovery of invisible images certainly lies within my destiny”. Every nuance within his struggle to come to terms with that emotional conviction warrants painstaking investigation by neurological scientists familiar with Guy Deutscher’s revival of 19th Century linguistic colour perception theory. Deutscher’s 2012 book of the year entitled ‘Through the Language Glass’ revised the 19th Century linguistic colour perception theories of Wolfgang von Goethe establishing a new neurological science.

Epidemiologists need to become acquainted with Dali’s stereoscopic intuitions, constituting an evolutionary step towards the neurological visualization of reality, belonging to the world of the time crystal.

The Science-Art theories of Salvador Dali have been linked to his criticisms of the writings of some of the great scientific minds of the 19th and 20th Centuries. His investigations into political ideologies can be seen as a practical colour laboratory experimenting with Goethe’s Science of Colour. Dali’s artistic language about his feelings about art fused Freudian terminology into his own emotional feelings about the philosophy of science. Dali’s artistic stereoscopic theories were associated with Immanuel Kant’s electromagnetic theories about creative art and the existence of an infinite universal ethic inhabiting the creative mind.

The paper titled ‘The Neural Sources of Salvador Dali’s Ambiguity’ by Semir Zeki, University College London, explores the complex functioning of Dali’s mind concerning electromagnetic colour perception activity. Dali’s experimental use of two asymmetrical paintings to pursue Kant’s description of an evolving spiritual ethical asymmetrical electromagnetic field within the artistic creative mind has now been greatly developed. Australian Science-Artists discovered how to make Dali’s invisible stereoscopic inner vision much more dramatically visible to the public.

In 2002 asymmetrical electromagnetic stereoscopic glasses were patented. By viewing single paintings through those glasses, the evolutionary process of Dali’s artistic theories became undeniably apparent. The Australian research became so advanced that the visibility of 3D images apparently moving within individual paintings delivered aspects of ‘Mind over Colour Torque Forces’, of interest to engineers. They saw it as being contrary to the ‘Colour over Mind’ torque forces emanating from unethical poker-machine technology. Such concepts surely belong more to Charles Proteus Steinmetz’s far superior asymmetrical electromagnetic spiritual technology than the one ordained by our prevailing dysfunctional thermodynamic culture.

Dali’s stereoscopic art exhibitions throughout the world belong to a multi-million dollar business enterprise. If a new artistic presentation of his genius comes into existence for the general public then this will be the financial catalyst needed to usher in a multi-billion dollar human survival technology.

In 1979, the Science-Unit of Australian National Television, in its eight part scientific documentary series called ‘The Scientists – Profiles of Discovery’, predicted that this would happen. It dedicated one of the documentaries to the Australian Science-Art seashell discoveries, referring to it as “The Catalyst”.