Why dont we invest in ways to unlock the brains full potential ?
Yes there are more things of importance out in the world at this specific time but ask your self if the brain was unlocked near its full potential the ideas and genius behind new ways of thinking and improving the planet?
I completely agree! Though, you'd have to wonder... if that sort of advancement got into the wrong hands, how doomed would we be?
I think that's a major issue. Although, I'm sure that there is research underway looking into this.
Its a risk we would have to take in terms of unlocking the knowledge and ideas to make the planet for starters a better place would be the bigger benefit as a priority .
I see the brain as a puzzle a level in which the next stage needs unlocking
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