Representation of Language, Logic and Mathematics in the Brain

Representation of Language, Logic and Mathematics in the Brain

  • Language, for processing and understanding purpose, is represented in the brain as visual (moving image), visual-emotional or visual-emotional-sensory information.
  • Mathematics is also represented in the brain as visual information.

This result has implications for

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Linguistics; Language and Mathematics learning.

Spacetime and Particle Physics: In Search of New Theories

Spacetime and Particle Physics

  • Elementary particles have spacetime changing properties (like charge, color), i.e., Elementary particles can change spacetime. Spacetime is composed of units. Spacetime units can likewise influence elementary particles. New theories might explain how.
  • Our 4 dimensional spacetime Universe might be part of higher dimensional creation, which might contain other Universes.

Neuroscience yet to be Discovered

New classes of neurons:

  • Mirror neuron / mirror neuronal circuit:
    • Mirror activity / behavior neuron
    • Mirror thought neuron
    • Mirror emotional neuron
  • Empathy neuron / neuronal circuit
  • Reinforcement: Reward neuron / neuronal circuit
  • Reinforcement: Pain neuron / neuronal circuit

Brain localization:

  • Generalization center: Behind prefrontal cortex. Layers.
  • Abstraction center: Behind prefrontal cortex
  • Classification center: Behind prefrontal cortex

Function of cells:

  • Glial cells: Clarity and speed of thought

New facts:

  • Neurons and synapses (at any part of the brain) can be used to program thought, emotion and behavior.

New functions of neurotransmitters:

  • Generalization: Dopamine.

Related Articles:

  1. http://news.feinberg.northwestern.edu/2016/02/decoding-how-the-brain-generalizes-information/
  2. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2722915/
  3. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3787068/

Brain and Nervous System Localization: My Proposals

Brain and Nervous System Localization

  • Personality: Uppermost brain
  • Value system: Uppermost brain
  • Future, Planning: Prefrontal cortex
  • Past: Back of the brain
  • Sense of self: Right beneath uppermost brain
  • Working memory: Right beneath “sense of self” center
  • Imagination and spatial perception: Just beneath and surrounding working memory center
  • Language: Just beneath Imagination and spatial perception center
  • Attention, Concentration: Just beneath Language center
  • Speed reading; Eyes and upper brain connected
  • Faster: Behind prefrontal cortex, elongated, top to bottom
  • Organized living: Center of the brain, elongated, top to bottom

  • Science and Mathematics: Left hemisphere
  • Engineering and Technology: Left hemisphere
  • Literature: Right hemisphere (emotional connection with the subconscious mind)
  • Arts: Right hemisphere (emotional connection with the subconscious mind)

  • Decision making: Behind prefrontal cortex
  • Creativity: Above subconscious mind
  • Intelligence: In front of subconscious mind
  • Social intelligence: Behind “intelligence center”
  • Problem solving: In front of creativity center

  • Faith: Upperbrain, midpoint, top to bottom
  • Willpower: Above brain stem, upper brain, top to bottom, elongated
  • Industrious: Behind willpower
  • Flexibility: Above subconscious mind
  • Belief: In front of “willpower center”, top to bottom
  • Self belief: Belief center and sense of self center

  • Love: In front of “faster center”
  • Sex: (Upper) Inside the prefrontal cortex, (Lower) Subconscious mind
  • Money: Above brain stem
  • Power: Above “money center”
  • Judgement (people): Back, uppermost brain
  • Judgement (object): Back, uppermost brain (in front of people judgement center)
  • Judgement (situation): Back, uppermost brain (in front of object judgement center)

  • Sleep and wakefulness, arousal or alertness: Midbrain
  • Deeper level of consciousness: Interface between subconscious mind and conscious mind
  • Dreaming: Interface between “deeper level of consciousness portion” and subconscious mind
  • Motivation: Subconscious mind
  • Positive emotions: Right of subconscious mind
  • Negative emotions: Left of subconscious mind
  • Feelings: Above “emotion centers”
  • Positive emotion and feelings over activities: Subconscious mind, elongated, midpoint of “positive and negative emotions centers”
  • Negative emotion and feelings over activities: Subconscious mind, elongated, behind “positive emotion and feelings over activities” center
  • Care (human): Above “feelings center”
  • Care (nature): In front of “Care for human center”
  • Memory encoding: Subconscious mind, upper portion
  • Habit: Subconscious mind
  • Motor control: Subconscious mind
  • Sense of humor: Back of brain, elongated
  • Fear: Amygdala
  • Physical grace: Brain stem
  • Organized thinking: Brain stem

  • Reflective thinking: Subconscious mind
  • Self reflective thinking: Subconscious mind and “sense of self” center

  • Spinal cord: Brain connects with the world

  • Love: Part of spinal cord beside heart
  • Money: Part of spinal cord behind abdomen
  • Power: Above “money center” in the spinal cord
  • Social: Above “love center”
  • Family: Above “social center”
  • Sex: Spinal cord and spinal cord bottom
  • Creativity: Spine bottom
  • Intelligence: Spine connectives and spine bottom

Tahsin’s Reading List: National and State Development

This is a growing list.

United States

  1. The Rise and Fall of American Growth by Robert Gordon

East Asia

  1. The East Asian miracle : Economic Growth and Public Policy by The World Bank

India

  1. India 2020: A Vision for the New Millennium by APJ Abdul Kalam and Y. S. Rajan
  2. A Manifesto for Change by APJ Abdul Kalam and V. Ponraj
  3. Advantage India: From challenge to opportunity by APJ Abdul Kalam
  4. Making India Awesome by Chetan Bhagat
  5. What young India wants by Chetan Bhagat

Tahsin’s Recommended Books: Self Help and Success

Classics / Modern Classics

  1. Unlimited Power by Anthony Robbins: Best book on NLP (Neuro-linguistic Programming). Goes beyond.
  2. Awaken the Giant Within by Anthony Robbins: A sequel to Unlimited Power.
  3. The Success Principles by Jack Canfield
  4. The Power of Focus by Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen, Les Hewitt
  5. Goals! by Brian Tracy
  6. Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill: Self help classic originally published in 1937.
  7. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey
  8. You Can Win by Shiv Khera
  9. The Art of Living by Reader’s Digest
  10. Getting The Most Out of Life by An Anthology from The Reader’s Digest

Meditation

  1. Meditation for Dummies by Stephan Bodian
  2. The Monk Who Sold his Ferrari by Robin Sharma

Creative Visualization, Mind Techniques

  1. The Silva Mind Control Method by Jose Silva

Neuro-linguistic Programming

  1. Neuro Linguistic Programming for Dummies by Kate Burton and Romilla Ready

Hypnosis, Subconscious Mind

  1. Hypnotherapy for Dummies by Mike Bryant and Peter Mabbutt
  2. The Power of your Subconscious Mind by Joseph Murphy

Life Coaching

  1. Life Coaching for Dummies by Jeni Mumford

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

  1. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Dummies by Rhena Branch, Rob Willson

Time Management

  1. How to Get Control of your Time and your Life by Alan Lakein

Emotional Intelligence

  1. The EQ Edge: Emotional Intelligence and your Success by Howard E. Book, Steven J. Stein

Others

  1. Tribe of Mentors by Tim Ferriss
  2. Tools of Titans by Tim Ferriss

Qualities of a Great Mind

Qualities of a great mind

  1. Very high intellect
  2. Super emotion and feelings. Loves to study. Loves to work.
  3. Very high creativity
  4. Scientist; Text-bookish. Builds models of the world (derived from textbooks or yet to be included in textbooks)
  5. Naturalist
  6. Wisdom; Leadership
  7. Caring; Loving
  8. Calm
  9. High degree of curiosity (start); Interest; High degree of enthusiasm and passion.
  10. Intuitive. Guided.
  11. Introvert (60%), Extrovert (40%); Equally adept at thinking and social life.
  12. Mathematician
  13. Follows institutions. Order.
  14. Justice. Honesty. Truthfulness.
  15. Religious
  16. Philosophical questions: scientific, religious answers
  17. Earned living
  18. Systems – ontology perspective
  19. Voracious reader of textbooks (80%) and nonfictions (15%).
  20. All knowledge acquired organized in a single ontology / structure.
  21. Logico-mathematical (programmable) mind and emotion.
  22. Happy mind.
  23. Sensitivity. sensual.
  24. Superbrain. Speed of thought.
  25. Inner purity. Pure thoughts.
  26. Comfortable / in love with traditional institutions. Loves to work in traditional institutions.
  27. Works without supervision. Motivation from work. Work as play.
  28. Self motivated
  29. Clarity of Imagination.
  30. Logical inference.
  31. Enjoys studying and working (in selected areas; intellectual / creative type of work) more than watching entertainment and sports.
  32. Remains “in the zone” for twenty four hours a day, seven days a week.

Integrated Development Plan for Saudi Arabia

Key points:

Economy

  • Growth and diversification of the non-petroleum economy. 
  • Make in Saudi Arabia, Saudis building new Saudi Arabia: Saudi products to be welcomed by Muslim countries.
    • Automotive Industry
  • Liberalization, Privatization of selected Industries. Growth of venture capital industry. Public Investment Fund. Public Private partnership. Entrepreneurship Development in selected Industries.
  • Smart City program.

Politics and Government

  • Code of conduct for every sphere of life.
  • Semi-democracy in several provinces (Constitution, Election commission). Elected members in Shura council.
  • Increase in Saudi Arabia’s population. New immigration laws.

Saudi Arabia’s national heritage

  • Solidifying religion and spiritual powers. Increasing peace and satisfaction of Saudi population.
  • Increasing beauty of Saudi people.
  • Petrochemical Industry.
  • Focus on Saudi football team: Improvement in training. Introduction of visualization, yoga, stamina (yoga), nutrition, exercise (computational techniques), strategy.

Education; Scientific and Engineering research

  • Focus on and Funding for Bioengineering and Biomedical research.
  • Mixing of Applied Mathematics and Big Data. Transition from Big Data to Applied Mathematics.
  • Emphasis on adult education.

Social

  • Social liberalization (at least in selected provinces). Sociological research to Data (and reasoning) to Decision.

Tahsin’s CSE Research Areas V: Parallel and Distributed Computing

Books

  • Programming on Parallel Machines: GPU, Multicore, Clusters and More by Norm Matloff

Practice

  • Akka in Action by Raymond Roestenburg, Rob Bakker and Rob Williams
  • Foundations of Python Network Programming book by John Goerzen

Tools

  • Scala: Akka
  • C/C++
  • Python

Tahsin’s CSE Research Areas IV: Computational Science and Engineering

Books

  1. Numerical Methods for Engineers by Raymond Canale and Steven C. Chapra

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Creation: Love; Power; Possession; Creativity, Invention and Discovery; Spiritual power; Care; Religion; Judgement; Joy, Happiness and feelings; Competition, Being top; Adventure, Thrill, Mystery; Social, Family; Battle; Group win; Physical performance; Healthcare, healing.

Order instead of chaos. Creation instead of destruction. Justice instead of evil.


Absolute:
Power (Government)
Surveillance and control.
Redesigning space-time of a nation.
Geography, resource creation.
Population ‘creation’.
Glorious construction (of cities, bridges, public offices).
200, 300, 400 bodies for government officials.
Lovemaking with public property.
Demand creation. Then supply.
Writing scripts for individuals, groups, institutions, nation.
Possession (Business, Land ownership and Finance)

Starting private companies: resurrecting dinosaur, mammoth; researching and developing superman, superwoman (spiderman); talking animals; new design and construction for apartments, buildings; building amusement parks and theme parks; ‘making’ male, female and robots.

Established companies: addons. Better products. Nicer campus. Concerts for employees. Creativity for employees: Book, film ‘creation’. (5-20% share)

Running Microsoft, Google, Disney, GM as CEO in a parallel world (parallel life) with God running multiple companies. Running multiple companies in few seconds.

Multibillion dollar companies.

Individual, Spiritual power

gods, supermen, superwomen with miraculous powers.

Everlasting youth. Super achiever.

Redesigning past of individuals, glorious achievement. Becoming great figures of history.

Increasing intelligence, beauty, lovemaking, strength.

Academia:
Book, research paper ‘creation’, instead of writing.
Fun in the process: Research prototype -> Trying out Real products.
God gets involved and helps design products.
Weekend concerts for students.

Creativity, Invention and Discovery
World creation. Novels, films turned to worlds, parks.
Creation of ‘books’, ‘films’. Part creation.

Love
Human body: High feelings; full body multiple feelings. Extended body: upto Planet sex, Universe sex. New love: New type of bodies and lovemaking from pictures. Single extended body – many body of same person, many bodies (from 1 male) – many bodies (1 female) love.
Quarter or less of world sex in few seconds.
New design for love: New body parts, emotion and feelings, love as intellectual function.
New male and female creation. Mermaid, merman creation. Horseman, Birdman creation.

God, goddesses take multiple forms, lovemaking as super- version of world celebrities.

Physics-based lovemaking; Feelings from resonance of elementary particles.
New types of ‘sexuality’, perceptions and feelings as interesting as sexuality.

Adventure, Thrill, Mystery
All novels of nations turned to “worlds”.
Real world domains: Sherlock Holmes as detective; James Bond as superspy; Spiderman as Law enforcement officer.
Real world ‘games’.

Social

Human life at least as exciting as novels, games.

Judgement

Comparatively easier judgement for women.

Space
God leads people to space.

Physics
Earth sized planet creation. Terraforming. Human colonization.

One planet for 1 to 40,000 female and 1 to 20,000 male.

Parallel earths – One nation rules over all earth.

World creation.

Exploring Universes.

Biology
Adventure with absolute biology.

Bodies of same person on each planet.

Mythological world.

Practical problem solving

Body color change of Africans.

Tahsin’s CSE Research Areas III: Computational Biology and Bioinformatics

Books

  • An Introduction to Bioinformatics Algorithms by Neil Jones, Pavel Pevzner

Tools

  • Python: Biopython

Physics: Material world and spiritual world, even space and time are composed of the same spirit (spirit of God).

Electron, proton, neutron and all other elementary particles and forces can be given new properties and can be made to change their properties (mass, charge, speed, wave properties, field) by changing properties of the spirit.

New matter particles and forces can be created by giving properties to the spirit.

Space and time can be changed to any shape by changing the spirit.

Time travel and long distance space travel is possible.

Chemistry: Nucleus of atoms can be changed through the spirit and thus periodic table can be extended.

(These are hypotheses.)

Tahsin’s CSE Research Areas I: Artificial Intelligence, Big Data and Machine Learning

Subareas

  • Knowledge Representation
  • Machine Learning
  • Computer Vision
  • Natural Language Processing
  • Big Data, Data Science, Data Mining

Books

Theory

  1. Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach by Stuart Russell and Peter Norvig
  2. Artificial Intelligence by Elaine A. Rich and Kevin Knight
  3. Artificial Intelligence by Patrick Winston
  4. Machine Learning by Tom Mitchell
  5. Computer Vision by Linda Shapiro and George Stockman
  6. Speech and Language Processing by Daniel Jurafsky and James H. Martin

Practice

  1. Paradigms of Artificial Intelligence Programming: Case Studies in Common Lisp by Peter Norvig
  2. Prolog Programming for Artificial Intelligence Ivan Bratko
  3. Programming Collective Intelligence by Toby Segaran
  4. Programming the Semantic Web by Colin Evans, Jamie Taylor, and Toby Segaran
  5. Introduction to Machine Learning with Python by Andreas C. Müller and Sarah Guido
  6. Machine Learning with Python Cookbook by Chris Albon
  7. Programming Computer Vision with Python by Jan Erik Solem
  8. Natural Language Processing with Python by Edward Loper, Ewan Klein, and Steven Bird
  9. Data Analysis with Open Source Tools. by Philipp K. Janert
  10. Doing Data Science by Cathy O’Neil and Rachel Schutt
  11. Hadoop: The Definitive Guide by Tom White
  12. Spark: The Definitive Guide by Bill Chambers, Matei Zaharia
  13. MongoDB: The Definitive Guide by Shannon Bradshaw, Eoin Brazil, Kristina Chodorow
  14. Cassandra: The Definitive Guide by Eben Hewitt and Jeff Carpenter

Tools

  • Scala
  • Clojure
  • Common Lisp
  • Python: Scikit-learn, TensorFlow, Keras, Theano, PyTorch, NLTK
  • R
  • Hadoop
  • Spark

Published Papers