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Neural Network Circuits


Human Cortical Organoids Model Neuronal Networks

"a sign that cells were communicating with each other and forming functional neural circuits within the miniature brains"

After growing in culture for a few months, the mini-brains produced rhythmic neural activity that strengthened over time.


Image of the Day: Brain Map

Scientists traced 1,000 neurons through the mouse brain, uncovering new details about how the organ is wired.

https://youtu.be/xFo8pJc7YmU

https://www.the-scientist.com/image-of-the-day/image-of-the-day--brain-map-66392



Nerdvana

TTTTTTT. Neural Networks, Efficiency, Neurons, Synapses and Imagery with Motion, Brain Differences in Gender, and E & P, Dopamine, Feedback Loops, Neurotransmitters

Brain Rhythms Guide How Humans Pay Attention


Neural networks can be as unpredictable as they are powerful. Now mathematicians are beginning to reveal how a neural network’s form will influence its function.

https://www.quantamagazine.org/foundations-built-for-a-general-theory-of-neural-networks-20190131/


A perception of sustained focus may actually be the result of cycles of fluctuating rather than continuous neural activity, according to new behavioral and neurological data from studies in humans and macaques.


A Neuron’s Location Changes How It Processes Information


The biological basis for variations in human intelligence is not well understood, but research in neuroscience, psychology, and other fields has begun to yield insights into what may undergird such differences. One well-known hypothesis, backed by evidence from brain scans and studies of people with brain lesions, proposes that intelligence is seated in particular clusters of neurons in the brain, many of them located in the prefrontal and parietal cortices. Known as the fronto-parietal integration, the hypothesis holds that the structure of these areas, their activity, and the connections between them vary among individuals and correlate with performance on cognitive tasks. https://the-scientist.com/infographics/infographic–what-makes-a-brain-smart–64980?fbclid=IwAR2oyClsAgXwi8zM1zvT9xXrBwdRhGouKoR885AExBJxW5O3KGP-IHKWFos

Fly protein has protective effect on dopaminergic neurons

https://medicalxpress.com/news/2018-10-protein-effect-dopaminergic-neurons.html?fbclid=IwAR3HcTWgMVgszhVeVw_JIIJAzlzqbfc2yXEz3JKA2igy2c2HiO6IOIt2k6Q

The bright spots are the nuclei of the neuron cells growing in tissue culture. Done via time-lapse microscopy (20x magnification). [Reddit/educationalgifs]

https://www.facebook.com/AsapSCIENCE/videos/1306730789457948/

Neural Networks for Neutrinos

https://www.symmetrymagazine.org/article/neural-networks-for-neutrinos

Surprise! New research contradicts recent findings that adult humans do not grow new neurons, sparking further debate about neurogenesis!

https://www.facebook.com/NeuroNewsResearch/posts/1886926811326068

Dopamine is a key neurotransmitter for motivation, focus and productivity. Learn the symptoms of dopamine deficiency and natural ways to increase dopamine levels …

https://wakeup-world.com/2015/03/07/how-to-increase-dopamine-the-motivation-molecule/

Parkinson’s, Rewriting, Dopamine (Happy) with Habits, Behaviors, Motivation, Intention and Inspiration

The brain’s own mechanisms for dealing with the loss of dopamine neurons in Parkinson’s disease may be a source of the disorder’s abnormal movement, according to a Northwestern Medicine study published in Neuron.

The study suggests the loss of dopamine may cause the brain to rewire in a maladaptive manner, contributing to impaired movement in Parkinson’s disease. These findings also suggest that there are fundamental problems with scientists’ traditional model of Parkinson’s disease, said senior author Mark Bevan, PhD, professor of Physiology at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine.

Brain Rewiring in Parkinson’s Disease May Contribute to Abnormal Movement

http://neurosciencenews.com/parkinsons-movement-brain-7503/

Anatomy of a Neuron

https://www.technologynetworks.com/neuroscience/videos/the-anatomy-of-a-neuron-291651

Human skin cells transformed directly into motor neurons

https://medicalxpress.com/news/2017-09-human-skin-cells-motor-neurons.html

“Movement Maps” Found Deep Inside Brain

Watching neurons guide live mouse activities may help understand diseases like Parkinson’s

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/ldquo-movement-maps-rdquo-found-deep-inside-brain/

Neural Networks Meet Space

http://www.symmetrymagazine.org/article/neural-networks-meet-space

Neurons That Recognize Tone Identified: The cells are crucial to detecting emphasis, sarcasm, and uptalk in human conversation. http://bit.ly/2xvlA5p

Changing Brains: Considerable Structural Changes Occur From Early to Mid Adulthood

http://neurosciencenews.com/adulthood-neuroanatomy-7340/

The Adult Brain Can Regenerate Neurons in an Unexpected Area, Says New Study

http://www.sciencealert.com/our-brains-produce-new-cells-in-more-areas-than-we-thought-study-says

Adult brains produce new cells in previously undiscovered area

https://medicalxpress.com/news/2017-08-adult-brains-cells-previously-undiscovered.html

Thousands of neurons in the brain, self-reflected under white, red, and violet light.

The GPS neuron? New research identifies navigation related brain cells. Research Article: https://www.nature.com/articles/ncomms15602

Video by: The Surg

Neurons in action

https://www.facebook.com/NeuroNewsResearch/posts/1596564050362347

Health

What the brain’s wiring looks like

http://www.bbc.com/news/health-40488545#

Neurons

https://www.wired.com/2014/07/neuron-zebrafish-movie/

Neurons

https://www.facebook.com/Neurology.Point/videos/10150127519625790/

Neurons in the brain with a thought

https://www.facebook.com/themiraculist/posts/635843049958135

Neurons Evolution

https://www.technologynetworks.com/neuroscience/news/neurons-conserved-between-species-may-not-have-same-function-289341

Neurons

https://www.facebook.com/NeuroNewsResearch/videos/1809733259344038/

Neurons can learn temporal patterns

https://medicalxpress.com/news/2017-05-neurons-temporal-patterns.html

Infinite Game with Learning and Brain

http://www.best-infographics.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/brain-games.jpg

Amazingly flexible: Learning to read in your 30s profoundly transforms the brain

https://medicalxpress.com/news/2017-05-amazingly-flexible-30s-profoundly-brain.html

Learning to read and write rewires adult brain in six months

https://www.newscientist.com/article/2132589-learning-to-read-and-write-rewires-adult-brain-in-six-months/?utm_term=Autofeed&utm_campaign=Echobox&utm_medium=Social&cmpid=SOC%7CNSNS%7C2017-Echobox&utm_source=Facebook#link_time=1495657398

The principles of neuroplasticity may underlie the positive effects of music therapy in treating a diversity of diseases.

See the full infographic: http://bit.ly/2lcz03J

Read the full story: http://bit.ly/2mKLs7b

Focused attention may stimulate growth and promote increased connectivity & efficiency within neural networks.

http://bit.ly/2pOGSaF

https://www.mindful.org/meditators-younger-brains/

A neural network has created its own animation – by watching videos of humans walking https://youtu.be/yHbw3QS0Zos

The Human Brain series takes a look into each structure of the brain and describes how this amazing, complex object works. Part 2 describes the neurons and their special structures – the dendrites, axons, nucleus, and axon terminals. Quantum University #brain #neurons

https://www.facebook.com/QuantumUniversity/videos/10153974777597900/

The claustrum is a small, thin sheet of cells that researchers have been considering as a potentially critical area of the brain for some time. It’s tucked into the neocortex at the center of the brain.

http://bigthink.com/robby-berman/is-the-whole-brain-inside-a-big-previously-unnoticed-neuron?utm_campaign=Echobox&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook#link_time=1493696678

Study Finds Significant Differences in Brains between Men and Women

http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2017/04/study-finds-significant-differences-brains-men-and-women

Neurons Balance

https://medicalxpress.com/news/2017-04-neurons-faulty-wiring-serotonin-imbalance.html

Amygdala syncs in Tesla’s Key of 3 with Brain Circuit

Brain Circuit That Drives Pleasure Inducing Behavior Identified

http://neurosciencenews.com/pleasure-amygdala-neuroscience-6286/

Happiness and Empathy

Amazingly, psychologists William Cunningham at the University of Toronto and Alexander Todorov at Princeton University discovered a new amygdala that’s identified with human connection, compassion and happiness. Their study recorded MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) activity in participants’ amygdala while they viewed images that were either negative, positive, or neutral. Positive images also caused activity, contrary to what neuroscientists previously held true.

http://unisoultheory.com/index.php/2016/05/10/brains/

Brain Symmetry, with Symmetry in Physics returning

From a Partner Player, an older article on MRIs taken, which shows that Gay Men’s Brains are like Lady Brains, and Straight Men’s Brains are like that of Lesbian Brains, most importantly, the amydala

https://www.newscientist.com/article/dn14146-gay-brains-structured-like-those-of-the-opposite-sex/

4 Cognitive Abilities That Actually Peak When You Are Older

http://bigthink.com/paul-ratner/at-what-age-are-you-the-smartest?utm_campaign=Echobox&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook#link_time=1491279176

Image of the day: neon neurons

http://mobile.the-scientist.com/article/49026/image-of-the-day–neon-neurons

Exercise and Neurons

http://bigthink.com/natalie-shoemaker/working-out-the-body-and-the-brain?utm_campaign=Echobox&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook#link_time=1490715424

The principles of neuroplasticity may underlie the positive effects of music therapy in treating a diversity of diseases.

See the full infographic: http://bit.ly/2lcz03J

Read the full story: http://bit.ly/2mKLs7b

A Giant Neuron Has Been Found Wrapped Around the Entire Circumference of the Brain

http://www.sciencealert.com/a-giant-neuron-has-been-found-wrapped-around-the-entire-circumference-of-the-brain

Neural networks promise sharpest ever images

https://phys.org/news/2017-02-neural-networks-sharpest-images.html

Neural Pathways in Motion (with Circuit) with Symmetry syncs with the Organic Infinite Positive Feedback Circuit Loop

Harvard Neuroscientist Demonstrates That Meditation and Mindfulness Literally Rewires the Brain

http://thepowerofideas.ideapod.com/harvard-neuroscientist-demonstrates-meditation-mindfulness-literally-rewires-brain/

Beating Parkinson’s disease – how a new invention has changed Emma’s life. (Via BBC Stories) bbc.in/2gD7FRW

https://www.facebook.com/bbcnews/videos/10154548794565659/

Study suggests computational role for neurons that prevent other neurons from firing

http://techxplore.com/news/2017-01-role-neurons.html

Neural networks keep instincts in check

http://www.neuroscientistnews.com/research-news/neural-connection-keeps-instincts-check

Neural Pathways and The Universe in Motion

https://www.facebook.com/Universe.Explorers/videos/928561037260941/

Research is verifying this in the amygdala. Supports evolution of physiological of Brain, with Mind space, and positive thinking. Neural pathways/synapses physiological changes with power of positive thinking, as in long-term, beneficial physical effects.

Happiness and Empathy

Amazingly, psychologists William Cunningham at the University of Toronto and Alexander Todorov at Princeton University discovered a new amygdala that’s identified with human connection, compassion and happiness. Their study recorded MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) activity in participants’ amygdala while they viewed images that were either negative, positive, or neutral. Positive images also caused activity, contrary to what neuroscientists previously held true.

http://unisoultheory.com/index.php/2016/05/10/brains/

Brain Symmetry, with Symmetry in Physics returning

From a Partner Player, an older article on MRIs taken, which shows that Gay Men’s Brains are like Lady Brains, and Straight Men’s Brains are like that of Lesbian Brains, most importantly, the amydala

https://www.newscientist.com/article/dn14146-gay-brains-structured-like-those-of-the-opposite-sex/

“Modern education with its focus on material goals and a disregard for inner values is incomplete. There is a need to know about the workings of our minds and emotions. If we start today and make an effort to educate those who are young now in inner values, they will see a different, peaceful, more compassionate world in the future.” — Dalai Lama

The formula for Neural Networks

Neurons and Neural pathways return

Neurons and cities at night from space…

Nassim Haramein • The connected universe

Neurotransmitters, Neural Pathways, Neural Circuits

Bright prospects: Repairing neurons with light

http://www.neuroscientistnews.com/research-news/bright-prospects-repairing-neurons-light

“Our brain has the capacity to build new neural networks well into adulthood.” — Deepak Chopra

https://www.deepakchopra.com/video/article/1039

Brain Regeneration meta connects to Alchemy and Light

Stimulating Neurons with Light and Gold: Researchers develop a technique to trigger neural activity in culture using light to heat gold nanoparticles.

bit.ly/1GzujkD

http://www.the-scientist.com/?articles.view/articleNo/42411/title/Stimulating-Neurons-with-Light-and-Gold/

The purpose of the brain, they say, is “to expedite the transfer of information from one brain region to another, enabling us to operate at peak capacity.” In their study in Nature Communications, the researchers show that the brain’s networks (pictured: purple) occupy a sweet spot between the smallest number of connections possible to minimize cost, and the maximum number of ways to navigate between connections to get from source to destination quickly.

Researchers find the organization of the human brain to be nearly ideal – See more at: http://www.neuroscientistnews.com/…/researchers-find-organi…

http://www.neuroscientistnews.com/…/researchers-find-organi…

Physicists: Information is the Root of the Cosmos!

http://thespiritscience.net/…/physicists-information-is-th…/

Scientists at Northeastern University have been studying how the brain evolved, and they reveal that millions of years of natural selection have given rise to a near-ideal function. The purpose of the brain, they say, is “to expedite the transfer of information from one brain region to another, enabling us to operate at peak capacity.” In their study in Nature Communications, the researchers show that the brain’s networks (pictured: purple) occupy a sweet spot between the smallest number of connections possible to minimize cost, and the maximum number of ways to navigate between connections to get from source to destination quickly. When they compared a computer-generated “ideal” brain network to actual data from real brains, they found an 89 percent match. The results show that, when it comes to creating maps of the brain, it’s crucial to let function drive structure, rather than the other way around. Read more: bit.ly/1G7eDmu

Journal article: Navigable networks as Nash equilibria of navigation games. Nature Communications, 2015. doi:10.1038/ncomms8651

Image credit: Dmitri Krioukov

Neural connections have energetic signature

Neuroscientists have developed a method to pick out an individual solely by his connectome—a pattern of synchronized neural activity across numerous brain regions. Researchers had observed previously that brain connectivity is a unique trait, but a new study, published today (October 12) in Nature Neuroscience, demonstrates that neural patterns retain an individual’s signature even during different mental activities.

http://mobile.the-scientist.com/article/44212/brain-activity-identifies-individuals

The visual information that travels from the retina to the cerebral cortex often lacks crucial detail, and it is up to the brain to fill in the missing information. A new study in PNAS by scientists at Dartmouth College provides new information on how this happens. Using fMRI, the researchers showed that “intermediate” object features, which aren’t in the retinal signals but are inferred during kinetic transformation, are reconstructed in neural responses at early stages of cortical processing, presumably via feedback from high-level brain areas. Understanding how the brain reconstructs visual images will help provide basic information about how the brain works, as well as in designing devices to help bridge the gap between sighted humans and machines. Read more: bit.ly/1ncgjJR

Journal article: Reconstructing representations of dynamic visual objects in early visual cortex, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2015). DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1512144113

Image credit: Bellie Flopper

A team of scientists has linked changes in the structure of a handful of central brain neurons to understanding how animals adjust to changing seasons. Its findings enhance our understanding of the mechanisms vital to the regulation of our circadian system, or internal clock. The work, which appears in the journal Cell, focuses on the regulation of “neuronal plasticity”–changes in neuronal structure–and its function in the brain. Read more: bit.ly/1MrrEPa

When it comes to changing behavior in worms, it might be as easy as flipping a switch. In a new study in PLoS Biology, researchers at the University of Massachusetts Medical School flipped a single neuron in the brain of the worm C. elegans from inhibitory to excitatory to see how it affected the worms’ escape from carnivorous fungi. Normally when the worms are ensnared by a fungus’ hyphal nooses, inhibitory neurons fire to relax the worm’s head and move away from the fungus. Although the researchers switched just one of the worm’s 302 neurons, doing so caused the worm to move towards the fungus rather than away from it. The scientists say that the mechanism could not only help us understand behavior, but it could also help create novel neural circuits in the lab. Read more: bit.ly/1LhXmtX

Journal article: A Change in the Ion Selectivity of Ligand-Gated Ion Channels Provides a Mechanism to Switch Behavior. PLoS Biology, 2015. doi:10.1371/journal. pbio.1002238

Image credit: Emily Evans, Wellcome Images

Neuroscientist News

New research published in the journal eLife shows that groups of neurons firing in a complex rhythm is what tells muscles how and when to move. Scientists at Stanford University were following up on preclinical research published in 2012 in which animal models showed that neurons in the motor cortex are part of a circuit that creates dynamic patterns of activity that drives muscle contractions. To see whether neurons in the human motor cortex operated on similar principles, the researchers recorded activity in this brain region in two patients who had amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). In ALS, motor neurons are damaged which causes a loss of muscle control. The results showed that motor cortical neurons in ALS patients worked on the same principles as in the animal models. The scientists hope that these results improve the development and design of prosthetic devices that users can control with their thoughts. Read more: bit.ly/1N69H6I

Journal article: Neural population dynamics in human motor cortex during movements in people with ALS. eLife, 2015. doi:10.7554/eLife.07436

Image credit: Heidi Cartwright, Wellcome Images

http://www.inc.com/hitendra-wadhwa/steve-jobs-self-realization-yogananda.html

Symmetry with the Brain and Galaxies (macro/micro, nano/meta) return in 20 days

“There are a billion galaxies” — Centered in the Universe film

Scientists discover mechanism for brain networks form

http://medicalxpress.com/news/2016-12-scientists-mechanism-brain-networks.html

“Be Kind to Your Mind”

Brain and Noether’s Symmetry Theorem reproved

Symmetry returns with Walnuts and Brain

http://www.brainhq.com/brain-resources/brain-healthy-foods-nutrition/nuts-brain-health

Symmetry with Galaxies, Neurons/Neural Networks/Neural Pathways/Synapses, Roads, and Internet sync and return

Nerdvana

E. Noether and Symmetry

Rotational Symmetry

http://49.media.tumblr.com/cb3409c9c7d6259054a282bb26a81469/tumblr_np2c7whZsQ1sfkghmo1_500.gif

What is SuperSymmetry?

http://www.physics-astronomy.com/2015/08/what-is-supersymmetry.html?m=1

Symmetry returns with the alphabet

Symmetry returns with Brain Cells and Universe, Food and Body

Symmetry

According to mirror symmetry, our Universe has a parallel Universe of antimatter, related to ours by means of a CPT symmetry, with 2 Planck lengths distance between them, one on each side. By using gravitational waves, they are coherent and ordered. The formulas used to obtain Planck length and Planck mass in our Universe, are always represented by two roots: (+) which corresponds to our Universe, and (-) which corresponds to the antimatter Universe. The geometrical relation is hyperbolic; or a hyperboloid, if we consider the 3rd spatial dimension.

Core of Speed of Matter and Antimatter with Symmetry

Considering the fact that even a empty dark space has vacuum energy, which is an underlying background energy that exists in space throughout the entire Universe I would say a cubic meter of free space is 10^−9 Joules with the quantization of a simple harmonic oscillator requiring the lowest possible energy, or zero-point energy of such an oscillator being E=1/2 hv.

CERN Symmetry Measurement Confirms Matter And Antimatter Are Mirrors Of Each Other

http://www.iflscience.com/physics/cern-symmetry-experiment-confirms-matter-and-antimatter-are-mirrors-each-other

“Surfing” Antimatter Breakthrough Could Accelerate The Hunt For Exotic Particles

http://www.iflscience.com/physics/surfing-antimatter-could-lead-better-particle-accelerators-hunt-exotic-particles

“Zwicky’s observations were based on the measuring the mass of planets and galaxies. But how do you weigh stuff in space? You don’t go and put the Sun on a scale, that’s a little bit hard, but what you can do is measure how fast the planet is moving around the Sun. The more stuff there is in the Sun, the faster the planets have to stay in their orbits. Both Newton and Einstein said, the more mass, or stuff you have in an object, the more gravitational pull it will have, and the further the object is from the center (image of Jupiter’s orbit), the slower it should travel in orbit, as the gravitational pull is weaker. According to Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity, or according to Newtonian Gravity, all of the galaxies are pulling on each other. It’s the like Sun’s influence on our solar system. The mass of the Sun pulls Mercury faster than Pluto because Mercury is positioned closer to the Sun. Likewise for a galaxy, as you go further and further away, they’re moving more and more slowly to stay in their orbits. But Zwicky didn’t observe that. Neither did a young scientist named Vera Ruben 50 years later. She observed rotational curves of the galaxy, similar to the Milky Way (spiral)…. As rather the galaxies moved away, the velocity of gas and dust remained constant (E=MC2). If a city was like a galaxy, and every car on the road was a planet or star, and despite the amount of traffic, every car traveled around the city at the same speed. This same consistent rotation speed, or traffic, was what Ruben observed.”

— The Universe TV Series, Dark Matter

Your brilliant brain. In order to organize our spiritual bodies, we need a highly evolved and well-functioning brain. Naam meditation provides us with a technology that encourages the brain neurons to grow and connect with each other in dynamic ways so that the mind is more flexible allowing us to think and act in highly conscious ways.

Masculine and Feminine Energies sync with E & P Theory as everyone is a mix (amalgamation) of both

E & P Theory return, everyone is a mix of both by percentage

E & P Theory

Energy flows (Tesla and Jung)

Neural Networks

Moods (Feel Good, Infinite Game)

Percentages

E & P Theory

Dopamine Levels, Neuraltransmitters, Feedback Pathway Loops in the Brain

Introverts prefer to use a different neurotransmitter called acetylcholine, Christine Fonseca wrote in her book Quiet Kids: Help Your Introverted Child Succeed in an Extroverted World. Like dopamine, acetylcholine is also linked to pleasure; the difference is, acetylcholine makes us feel good when we turn inward. It powers our abilities to think deeply, reflect, and focus intensely on just one thing for a long period of time. It also helps explain why introverts like calm environments—it’s easier to turn inward when we’re not attending to external stimulation.

http://earthables.com/introvert-extrovert-brain/

High P / Obnoxious / Excessively Self-Centered

1. It’s all About ME

No matter what’s going on, everything has to be about them. Entitled people will turn any situation on its head to bring the center of attention back to them, even if they’re trying to be there for someone else.

http://personalitybuzz.com/entitlement-complex/

E & P Theory (Introverts E)

In a society that craves attention using the antics of drama (High P behavior), strong people could care less. While their tremendous work ethic and strength of character may invite attention – positive or negative – from the people around them, strong personalities don’t spend much time noticing. They almost certainly won’t spend precious time and effort seeking the attention of others.

https://www.powerofpositivity.com/5-signs-intimidating-personality/

Syncs with E behavior from yesterday

E & P returns with Introverts

Introverts aren’t voiceless—they’re quietly powerful

“Knowledge matters. Deep thought matters. Mastery of a subject matters,” she says, “even in a world that can’t stop talking.”

https://qz.com/952481/introverts-arent-voiceless-theyre-quietly-powerful/

E & P returns with Introverts

Introverts aren’t voiceless—they’re quietly powerful

“Knowledge matters. Deep thought matters. Mastery of a subject matters,” she says, “even in a world that can’t stop talking.”

https://qz.com/952481/introverts-arent-voiceless-theyre-quietly-powerful/

E & P Theory and Neural Networks and Feedback Circuit Loops

Scientific Explanation for why Introverts need more alone time than Extroverts

http://www.lifehack.org/445079/scientific-explanation-for-why-introverts-need-much-more-alone-time-than-extroverts

Moods

http://omegazadvisors.com/2014/12/01/extroverts-and-introverts-moods-circumstances/

E & P Theory and Percentages

https://www.google.com/amp/io9.gizmodo.com/the-science-behind-extroversion-and-introversion-1282059791/amp

E & P Theory with Energy Flow, syncs with Tesla’s Key of 3 and Jung

Introverts, Carl Jung said, have an inward flow of energy, while extroverts have an outward flow of energy. Among the things that Jung identified as characteristic of introverts are being reflective and having a rich imagination. Extroverts, according to Jung, are influenced by their environment and often accept conventional ideas.

http://changingminds.org/explanations/preferences/extravert_introvert.htm

E & P Theory returns with the Extroverted Introvert, or Emo slightly higher in percentage than Phys in percentage, but still close in range maybe 55/45 blends with a chart to compare with E & P Theory and an article. Does not include 4 quadrants in Personality Profiles yet.

E & P Theory

The Extroverted Introvert

http://introvertspring.com/6-signs-youre-an-extroverted-introvert/

The percentage range and value matter in behavior. Everyone is a mix of both introversion and extroversion. The E & P attraction now in the positive feedback loop with “the extrovert finds them.”

Elegant Cooperation and Partnership with Partners in Confidence and Mutual Ascension/Mutual Respect return in 2 days

Vision Intention from 4 years ago: Partnership and E & P Theory / Elegant Cooperation and Partnership (PAX) with Extrovert/Introvert with Balance and Harmony in Nature and Understanding

Elegant Cooperation and Partnership

Biomimicry syncs for the first time on The Miraculist with Elegant Cooperation and Partnership

5 Ingenious Inventions to Help Animals Survive

http://bigthink.com/robby-berman/a-proposal-for-making-biomimicry-a-2-way-street?utm_campaign=Echobox&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook#link_time=1490197019

Elegant Cooperation and Partnership, Nature, Equality, Euclid, Wealth, Rich, Leadership, and Harmony

It takes two to tango: Beetles are equal partners in mating behavior

https://phys.org/news/2017-02-tango-beetles-equal-partners-behavior.html

Study finds mutual reinforcement of phenotypic diversity and cooperation

https://phys.org/news/2017-02-mutual-phenotypic-diversity-cooperation.html

Elegant Cooperation and Partnership with Harmony and Harmonics

As we move from the competitive, toward a cooperative model of society. We also evolve from the survival of the fittest, towards a thriving of a fit based on harmonic reciprocity – Michael Chichi

Euclid syncs

Miracle #120

“Euclid’s first common notion is this: Things which are equal to the same things are equal to each other. That’s a rule of mathematical reasoning and it’s true because it works – has done and always will do. In his book Euclid says this is self evident. You see there it is even in that 2000 year old book of mechanical law it is the self evident truth that things which are equal to the same things are equal to each other.” — Lincoln

Thank you!

Elegant Cooperation with Cultivate and Collaboration from the original Partnership piece from Cirque du Soleil

The video on Partnership returns for the Win!

https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=1420055058135372

Mutual Ascension and Partners with Confidence (a phrase coined) returns

Elegant Cooperation returns with Collaboration

Elegant Cooperation returns, with Nature, Relationships, as an evolve of Partnership. Partnership is core foundation of The Miraculist with empowerment, especially PAX. Shaped in Torus/Toroidal, the first word sync of The Miraculist in January 2014.

Mutual Ascension in Partnership in Confidence returns

Partners in Confidence with Mutual Ascension

“Love does not consist of gazing at each other, but in looking outward together in the same direction.”

~ Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

Partners in Confidence, a phrase I coined, as in Partnership with Mutual Ascension returns

E & P Theory

An interesting theory developed by Dr. John Kappas was the E & P model of behavior. The E is the introvert, and the P is the extrovert. E and P applies to both Men and Women, as in a woman can be an E, and a man can be a P.

Everyone is a combination of both E & P. It just depends on the percentage. Levels can change, as in, situationally or with change long-term.

E & P are the foundation, there are additional layers adding to characteristics in behavior.

This theory legitimizes both behaviors, through understanding core values. They both have the same 4 core values, but the order is different. The P is people focused. The E is career focused. There are interesting variables, when the E’s career needs to be people focused. Society focuses on the behavior of the P, with reality TV shows, etc. Visionaries are usually high Es.

In statistics, the standard bell curve is used to correlate the percentage of the population that is within normal behavior. E & P puts two bell curves next to each other, one E and one P. The concept is that for an E, their behavior is normal for an E. Likewise, the behavior of the P is normal for the P. The more interesting variable is that the E and P attract each other with their correlating levels.

In this article, the base behavior is E. Yet, the outgoing is the P. This doesn’t mean that this explains all E behavior, but it helps to explain E and P.

http://idealist4ever.com/know-before-dating-outgoing-introvert/

If any of the HMIers want to add to this, go for it…

A while back, I introduced the two bell curves of behavior as developed by Dr. Kappas, the genius theory by the man who founded HMI. In this thesis, he wrote that society judges behavior on one bell curve, the extrovert, as normal, when in fact, most couples are balanced by one extrovert and one introvert, in The E&P factor, which helps to make both behaviors normal and acceptable. That syncs today with an article on Jung’s Theory of Introvert and Extrovert personalities. All of us have both Extrovert and Introvert qualities, it just depends on how we do it (work, relationship, etc), and to what degree or level which Dr. Kappas was able to qualify in numbers.

http://fractalenlightenment.com/31622/life/jungs-theory-of-introvert-and-extrovert-personalities





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