This new audiovisual series titled ‘Human brain study for biotech, artificial intelligence development’, is for developing, documenting, and publishing my strategy for finding out, documenting, and publishing how the human brain works exactly at the tissular, cellular, subcellular, molecular, atomic, and subatomic levels.
My ultimate aim in developing my own neuroscience is advancing human immortality biotech, neurotech, and artificial intelligence.
In particular, I pursue developing and commercializing a suite of human brain designing, modeling, and manufacturing biotechnologies for enabling the human immortality biotech, advanced neurotechnologies, human brain genetic engineering, human brain content engineering, and human brain disease cures.
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To the best of my knowledge, the latest modern science does not know everything about the human brain.
If the latest science knew everything about the human brain, it would enable developing the cures for the human-brain diseases and medical conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, autism, and human brain cancer. The modern science doesn’t have a masterful understanding of the human brain just yet.
The modern science is very ignorant about the human brain, and it knows very little about the inner workings of the human brain. I aim to advance neuroscience until everything, absolutely everything, is known about the human brain.
My ultimate goal in advancing neuroscience is not only finding the tissular, cellular, subcellular, molecular, atomic, and subatomic structures of the human brain; I aim to find out how the human brain creates the human psychology in the social, economic, sexual, political, competitive, collaborative, creative, and procreative human behavior dimensions; I aim to find out how the human brain performs data processing beyond the preliminary sensory information processing; I aim to find out how the language processing and generation works in the human brain; I aim to find out how the human psychological reasoning exactly happens in the human brain. God willing, I will advance neuroscience to the uttermost extremes.
In order to find out, document, and publish everything that can possibly be known about the human brain through biophysical experiments, measurements, and experimentally verifiable theorization, I aim to develop and commercialize one or more microscopic 3D human brain scanner biotechnologies for 3D-micrographing every single cell in human brains; I also aim to develop and commercialize one or more human-brain biochemical analyzer and determiner biotechnologies for analyzing and determining every single biochemical in the human brain.
According to the Wikipedia entry on the human brain, that I went over in my previous audiovisual series titled “Human brain overview for biotech and artificial intelligence development”, the human brain is comprised of three major parts: Cerebrum, brainstem, and cerebellum.
Functionally, in human cerebrum, the frontal lobe is associated with executive functions including self-control, planning, reasoning, and abstract thought, while the occipital lobe is dedicated to vision. Within each lobe, cortical areas are associated with specific functions, such as the sensory, motor and association regions. Although the left and right cerebral hemispheres are broadly similar in shape and function, some functions are associated with one side, such as language in the left and visual-spatial ability in the right.
Functionally, the human brainstem has the critical roles of regulating cardiac, and respiratory function, helping to control heart rate and breathing rate. It also provides the main motor and sensory nerve supply to the face and neck via the cranial nerves. Ten pairs of cranial nerves come from the brainstem. Other roles include the regulation of the central nervous system and the body’s sleep cycle. It is also of prime importance in the conveyance of motor and sensory pathways from the rest of the brain to the body, and from the body back to the brain. These pathways include the corticospinal tract (motor function), the dorsal column-medial lemniscus pathway (fine touch, vibration sensation, and proprioception), and the spinothalamic tract (pain, temperature, itch, and crude touch).
I’ll continue in part 2.
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