My husband Andrew, who began this blog in October 2007, died peacefully on September 3rd 2012, at the age of 83, after long and well-controlled illness culminating in a sudden, brief decline. I'll be posting pieces of his life writing and autobiographical reminiscences to his other blog, The Game of Life. This blog will be used for other material relevant to Andrew, beginning with the wonderful tributes to him which poured in after his death, both by email and on facebook. At some point this blog will become an archive, without further additions.— Rosemary Nissen-Wade

Sunday, 30 December 2007


Aristotle’s works on Ethics and Politics was designed to establish a practical science to guide ennobling government and Robert Pope can be now be considered to be one of the founding fathers of that science. Apart from such recognition emmanating recently from the School of Human Communications at Murdoch University, a London based scientific research institute has echoed similar sentiments.

The Santilli-Galilei Association of Science in London has posted a letter from Robert Pope dated 13th, Nov, 2007. The subject matter of this letter is about Pope’s Science-Art theories being developed in collaboration with the Science-art Department of the University of Florence.

The association of Pope and Robinson’s worldview outlines a Vision Physics that both his Science-Art Centre and that of the Florentine University have linked to quantum entanglement science. The Santilli - Galilei letter, posted on the Net, leaves little doubt that the methodology to generate rigorous human survival simulations, as a reflection of Aristotle’s vision of a pragmatic humanitarian science, is coming into focus.

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