Remaking America by George Shollenberger, Idea XXXI (The science of Gottfried Leibniz, Part X)
This judicial error was confirmed in my 11/18/08 blog where I made a second scientific proof of God. In this proof, I discovered that two different wholes exist. One whole is man-made, which has a countable number of parts. The other whole must be God-made because it has an uncountable number of parts.
Stem cells organize themselves only because they are God-made wholes. Thus, when found, they do not act as if a foreign body was added to other God-made wholes such as a human being. Interestingly, Galileo did not recognize the God-made wholes when he studied the extension of bodies. But he did find extensions have an infinite number of geometrical points.
So, my second proof of God shows that stem cell research is not an evil act because man cannot destroy what God created. Stem cell research is thus an activity that Jesus Christ would approve because he told us that we will do work that is greater than the work he did. The development of more perfect things by humans is thus a common teaching of Jesus. People who wait for death, with the expectation of the return of Jesus, are misinformed.
I recommend that all stem cell researchers assume that God exists. With God, all stem cell research can deal with the subject of ‘things’ and the idea that ‘each thing is in each thing.’ This idea says that each thing is functionally related to all other things. I also recommend that cancer research be connected to stem cell research.
Modern readings and their important ‘thing’ subjects are as follows: Nicholas of Cusa (finite infinities), Gottfried Leibniz (monadology and the preestablished harmony of things), Friedrich Hegel (phenomenology of spirit), Georg Cantor (transfinite numbers), my book, and my website on my new science, ‘theological science.’