Consciousness Engineering Sciences
A revolutionary technology for creating enriched states of consciousness called cognitive engineering has arisen at the confluence of two new branches of science, cognitive physics and genetic engineering.
Cognitive physics reveals seminal new discoveries about the nature of awareness and its interactions with human neurology. These insights yield genetic engineering strategies for optimizing neural pathways to support sustainable expanded states of awareness.
Cognitive physics expresses the fundamental laws of awareness and its relationship with physical neurology in quantitative terms using scientific equations. Its axioms and formulas define the primary states of awareness and its behavior, locality, mobility, density and periodicity. They reveal cardinal laws governing the relationship between consciousness and the physical universe.
A new laboratory tool called CRISPR has sparked a revolution in genetic engineering. CRISPR is an advanced genome editing system that allows scientists to reprogram the genes of any living creature with astonishing ease. This breakthrough technology could increase longevity, fortify health, and enhance human abilities in many ways.
Genetic engineering is a foundational science—on par with physics, chemistry, and electronics. Genetics labs around the world have converted to CRISPR because it is inexpensive, precise, and easy to use.
With powerful tools like CRISPR, transhumanism concepts we might think of as science fiction today can be converted into mainstream reality overnight. The genie is out of the bottle.
A new branch of science is emerging for improving human behavior and cognition by genetically optimizing brain functioning. Genetic neuropsychology will spawn hundreds of CRISPR applications for treating neurological disorders and enhancing cognitive functions by targeting specific brain areas. This new science is made possible by a revolutionary new form of CRISPR called CRISPR-T which can dynamically deliver genome edits to any brain region.
Treatable neurological conditions include attention deficit disorder (ADD), obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, depression, insomnia, psychosomatic issues, memory concerns, and the symptoms of Alzheimer's disease and mild cognitive impairment (MCI).
In the cognitive enhancement arena, genetic neuropsychology can raise conscious awareness, decrease inattention, reduce mind-wandering, lower craving, sharpen mental focus, increase creativity, imagination and concentration, and enhance mindfulness, intuition and emotional balance.