The idea that reality evolves through an infinite dance of fundamental atomic geometric shapes with an ethical purpose, became the basis of science in 3rd Century BC Greece. Plato's Academy called it the Science for ethical ends. The Epicurean University called it the Science of universal love. The movement of the moon, echoing the atomic dance of life was seen to influence the female cycle. The ethical purpose, in this case, was held to explain a mothers love and compassion for children, giving sex a potential infinite ethical value.
Greek philosophers argued that religious beliefs were not part of the atomic purpose and others maintained that traditional cultural virtues contributed to the evolution of humanity. A crucible debate at that time, was that healthy human development required a scientific understanding of infinity. This understanding was associated with a sexually orientated joy of life associated with the eternal acoustic dance creating a desire to love and protect children.
Greek science was invented to save civilization from the extrusion process, recorded within the fossil record. In particular, the term 'savior' applied to teachers of the Epicurean school. The Roman Government considered this idea as a threat to the stability of their Empire. However, it succumbed to Christian ideology during the 5th Century AD. By that time science was an instrument controlled by religious dogma for the purpose of military contract rather that reasoning about the infinite ethical purpose of the geometric atomic dance of life.
The mathematical understanding of the dance of life under religious control during the Dark Ages was about ensuring that a particular creed developed science to protect itself from military contract. Sexual selection centred upon the physical attributes of the warrior class, echoing the primitive survival mindset of previous life on earth, most of which had become extinct. Infinite mathematical conjecture became completely banished within all scientific reasoning as a treasonable heresy. Giordano Bruno in 1600 was burnt alive by the Christian church in Rome for teaching about it at Oxford University.
The resulting supreme law of science became one of carcinogenic growth and development towards certain extinction and therefore can not be considered as ethical. Einstein's genius, who initially agreed with that unethical proposition, provided the solution to this problem. His "we can not solve problems by using the same kind of thinking that we used when we created them" that that science needed to alter its governing logic.
If humanity is to prosper it must confront modern science's obsession with the certain extinction of humanity. That will involve a re-understanding of our sexual mindset. The infinite geometric logic involved in the dance of life generates a powder keg of emotional thoughts and feelings beyond present scientific comprehension. With all the best intentions, religious concepts of infinity are of little pragmatic help. This is demonstrated by the current exposure of organized child molestation within the Christian Church and the deteriorating use of sex associated with acts of religious Islamic terrorism. The complexity and dynamics of sexual reality …