A New Paradigm On The Cosmos And Human Existence

  TED talk video above offers an excellent introduction overview on how the foundation of our physical reality is constructed from information. Like sound waves and breathing, the cosmos system functions through cycles of expansion (i.e. big bang) and contraction (i.e. big crunch). Expansion and contraction are opposing binary dualities that are found (like fractals) throughout the microcosm atomic level to the macrocosm cosmological level. Some more examples: 1. Contraction / Negative  / 0  /  Black  /  Reactive  /  Entropy   / …

The Cognitive Components Of The Mind

Through history mankind’s innovation was based on gaining an understanding of how aspects of nature function. For artificial intelligence to become truly revolutionary, neuroscience must first understand what the cognitive mind actually is. The traits of personality, intuition, emotion and thought cannot originate from a brain cell. The breakdown of a cell goes to molecules, atoms, subatomic particles and all the way down to quantum planck length frequencies. Furthermore, the brain cell dies every 12 years. Consequently, there is simply …

Where Does Memory Reside?

This article Why You’ll Remember This Column discusses how a neuroscientist surgically removed parts of a rats cortical tissue to see if he could methodically discover what part of the rats brain held the memory of a path to navigate a maze to food. To his surprise the memory of the maze was still there even though substantial portion of the brain were removed. Neuroscience will not be able to understand this outcome while it believes that memory along with all the …

The Real Secret To Achieve Higher Levels Of Creativity

The following article has a grandiose title but gives only some minor tips on how to be more creative: Neuroscience has discovered the Secret of Creativity. The real secret to achieve higher levels of creativity is learning how to think in multiple paradigms. This idea was championed by F. Scott Fitzgerald, one of the greatest writers of the 20th century, when he said: “The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in the mind …