Nature of Human Intelligence

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Description: A systematic reviewed some fundamental factors of human intelligence, significant psychological limitations, and remedies for those limitations. Humanity faces many problems such as like terrorism, crime, the collapse the family unit, drug abuse, war, theft, etc. impact on optimal living and well-being, might be due to unintelligible decisions as I hypothesis here. So, better practical solutions and preventive methods are needed. Leading psychological limiting factors for intelligence development are known as mind virus, and its’ remedies are healthy mind viruses. The intelligent learning, training (meditation) and decisions may evolve the nature of the brain, nurture and genomic x-particle for the hidden potential level of well-being and optimal living gradually, of the related person. Here I show the unearthed-core of early Buddhist teachings, training (meditation) and decisions inclusive of the 8-fold path may be an efficient methodology for Intelligence evolution; the evolution of nature, nurture, x- quantum gene and intelligence might be represented graphically. If reincarnation occurs, evolved the level of quality of genomic x-particle at the clinical death might be crucial to naturally transmission, and select the next zygote/early embryo ‘brain,’ and its state.

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