The idea is to develop the mathematics of emotions, behavior, thoughts, and the subconscious. Assuming mathematics is the one that predicts cognitive brain function.

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12/01/2022 4:09

The general idea is to produce reverse engineering that can shed light on the mysteries of the brain through an understanding of the mathematics that operates it.

The idea is to develop the mathematics of emotions, behavior, thoughts, and the subconscious. Assuming mathematics is the one that predicts cognitive brain function. image 1

Mathematics usually serves to solve problems in physics, chemistry, and science. There is now an insight that if we discover the mathematics of the brain, we will decipher the mysteries of the brain faster and save enormous resources using reverse engendering.

  • The biology of brain research could take on a new dimension with a decipherment of the mathematical way it works.
  • The fact that uniform mathematical laws govern the whole of nature is a well-known phenomenon. Even chaos has mathematical models. Wherever you search, you will find that everything in nature is run mathematically—starting from the number of petals (Fibonacci series), shapes of fruits and vegetables, shapes of galaxies, the hexagonal shape of the honeycomb, different proportions (golden ratio) 4 nucleic acids that make up the genetic load that make up a binary computer code. If you search, you will find a long list of examples. 

Although it does not sound very romantic, words such as "I love you" or "my eternal love" can have a mathematical-logical interpretation.

 

Continue reading the entire article: Human simulation - the pinnacle of 21st century scientific and technological achievement.

The biomathematics industry will become one of the most talked-about and coveted branches of science in the coming decades.

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