Most of the developments of Science are heralded by Art.
Most of the art developments follow philosophical initiatives.
Most of the changes in philosophy originate from innovative/dissatisfied explorers/thinkers.
Exploration creates new philosophies creating new arts forms leading to new science (formulating a new logic for the new discovery).
Science is often described as the storehouse of knowledge and understanding.
It is however not the known which fascinates us; now which we need.
We soon find the known to be boring; just as gazing can ‘blind’ us.
What fascinates us the exploration, the discovery, of the UNknown.
Science is an ongoing exploration, always seeking out the unknown.
The unknown can be risky, it can be devastative, it can be deadly.
Because the known is of no use in dealing with the unknown, reflexes fail.
The signal of reflex being unable to cope with task-at-hand is called Fear.
Our body operates on the brink between fear and enthusiasm.
Fear of the unknown; and enthusiasm for new experience.
In this same way an amoeba navigates between shit and manure.
All life forms steer clear of their unresolved past and seek out new input.
The survival of all cells is based on the navigation on that frontier.
We see that in the way they form part of the food chain on/of earth.
In the same way cells process (food chain”) molecules, they also process information.
The information processing/process of science is based on the same concept.
Cells steer clear of shit/past/known/stagnation, and seek out manure/potential/new/growth.
Precisely because cells need to seek out the unknown for growth, we, thus scientists, thus science, must seek out the unknown.
Precisely because we cannot use the known in facing the unknown, cells/we/scientists/science must always continue to learn.
Precisely because our reflexes will fail (signalled by fear) we need to operate on the basis of curiosity (enthusiasm).
We cannot use (reflex based) emotions in doing science; we can only operate by feeling (senses).
Emotions are tied in with reflexes, thus the past; and thus: expectations.
Feelings are the experience if creation in the present; with enthusiasm.
Emotions are sensed as stress (expectation), sensations as stimulus (joy).
There is a direct relationship between life, survival, reflexes and sensations.
Every life experience is 1) sensed, 2) integrated, 3) stored and can be 4) recalled.
It is the same dynamic of 1) ingesting, 2) digesting, 3) incorporation and 4) elimination.
There is NO fundamental difference between our processing of food and of information.
It is important to realise that there is a duality (complementarity) between both.
Our body has no experience of death; your first cell stems from an unbroken chain of life.
The body does not know death; it knows of near-death experiences only.
Because in the DNA the information of the ancestors are recorded and passed on - but not their death.
Bruce Lipton popularised the insight into the DNA record(ing) of experience of life.
Four proteins together inscribe the life experience into the DNA.
Sensor proteins (1) gather information, and can trigger Portal Proteins (2) to admit/emit molecules into/from the cell.
Linking proteins (3) orchestrate the combination of (sensor) trigger and (portal) response - the equivalent/origin of our thinking brain.
The activity of the Linking Protein is copied/reflected into/by the DNA-Mantle Protein (4).
This leads to a transcription of the NEW information into the existing DNA.
This involves a 4D code creation (compilation), just as seen thoughout our body.
For example: the 0D sensor cell releases a Dirac pulse, when triggered, which can then be relayed via the 1D neurone as a Fourier code, which is then compared/correlated in the 2D neural plexus in a Moiré Array to be integrated (incorporated’) into the 3D brain as Gabor code.
The logic is the same as that of the Consciousness Activation Cascade in or body.
We operate Freedom of Choice in the 3D Hologram light field between the cerebellum (propriocepsis) and cortex (sensorycepsis) in the pineal gland in the mid-brain.
That light impulse is the relayed to the ‘2D’ hypophysis which acts as a signal ‘splitter’, fractalising into the neuronal/animal and/or humoral/vegetative response.
That is then disseminated via the system (time) fractal to the ‘1D’ glandular system, for a electro-chemical molecular activation response, which is finally processed (realised’) in the 0D body cells.
The whole dynamic involves the same 4D dynamic which is characteristic for cell division decisions.
The dynamic is operated in the 2D electromagnetic regulatory system, which can (re)set the system boundary (as described by Hans Selye).
But it operates by the 3D information hologram which is the basis for total system integration (the hologram field described by Karl Pribram).
This is the dynamic of Total System Inversion, in which each cell is a dynamic singularity for/of the body as a whole; the uniVers in inVerse.
The interfacing inner-phasic dynamic is not a state (‘reality’) but a process (‘realisation’).
None of the formulations of classical science apply, because here the system and it inverse are one, always.
A dual description is needed, in which the part is always seen as part of the whole (4D Dynamic Logic).
This means that the Singular dynamic in the singularity determines what happens: the singularity is the art.
“Art”, from Latin, means “Hinge”.
This is the same meaning as the word “Yoga”.
It also has the same meaning as the word “Religion”.
We are dealing with the description IN THE INTERFACE/SINGULARITY, thus the ART.
“Science as art” is thus NOT a metaphor.
SCIENCE MUST BE AN ART, by definition.
Because the only meaningful meaning that science can give must be Singular always.
Science MUST operate in the interface singularity, where the system inverts.
That however means that, in that dynamic, the part is the whole (cf. cell division).
That means that the scientist must formulate the whole as well as the part.
The only way that the scientist can do that, is to describe the dynamic, not the sate.
That can NOT be done in terms of objective description; it can be done in terms of subjective experience only.
That also means that science must be an art.
The scientist can experience the wholeness only by being part of the whole.
The scientist can experience the wholeness only as a participatory dynamic.
The scientist must be an artist - able to interplay with the unknown - for realisation of the essence.