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Exemplary Leadership: Infinity Principle

An infinite flow of potential creative energy INFINITY is the concept of something that is unlimited, endless, or boundless. It was first represented as a symbol (a horizontal eight) by John Wallis as early as 1655. (Wikipedia, 2021) It was imagined as a special variation of Ouroboros Snake – an ancient symbol depicting a serpent or dragon biting its own tail. Today, INFINITY is technically referred to as Lemniscate. “It caught on quickly and was soon used to symbolize the concept of INFINITY or eternity in a variety of contexts. For instance, in the 1700s the INFINITY symbol began appearing on the Tarot card known as the Juggler or the Magus. It is an interesting coincidence that the Kabbalistic symbol associated with the…Tarot card is the Hebrew letter א (pronounced alef), for Georg Cantor, the founder of the modern mathematical theory of the infinite, used the symbol אo (pronounced alef-null) to stand for the first infinite number.” (Rucker, 1995) INFINITY is a word we use to understand mathematics, the physical, and metaphysical. There is much more to this word than any of us have been taught or learned in our present lifetime or previous lifetimes. INFINITY represents antiquity, present, future, universe, super consciousness, oneness, and infinite possibilities to name a few. It is much more than the knowledge domains we have come to understand this concept through our infinitesimal human consciousness. INFINITY is quintessential. It is life expressing. In other words, it is life happening, evolving, transforming, experiencing, and being. You are infinity expressed. As an individuated rendition of the omnipotent and omnipresent oneness. The next stage of Human Enhancement is more than coming to an understanding of current known phenomenon about INFINITY or any other concept that is mysterious and esoteric in our world. Rather it is rooted in each person’s ability to Embrace Unknown Certainty and to take deliberate action to Unleash Your Greatness. In a previous TransTech Learning Pod (TTL POD), Dr. Shinshuri discussed the INFINIFTY PRINCIPLE, which is a newer and expansive perspective on the meaning of INFINITY and the PRINCIPLES governing who we are and our co-creative role in the transformation and expansion of our lives since the beginning of time or, in other words, since the inception life. INFINITY has rarely been presented as a principle or in the format and framework shared in the TTL POD. The TTL POD presents familiar epistemology (e.g., spiritual tenets, principles, concepts, processes, procedures, methodologies, etc.) that has been with us for eons but presented in a new and exciting context leveraging extant spiritual and scientific methodologies. As discussed previously in this article, the Lemniscate symbol is the technical and mathematic representation of the INFINITY PRINCIPLE. This foundation of this principle is rooted in the following: Chakra Energy Infinity Stones Chakras and Stones and You Earth Elements and You Infinity Lifecycle Cosmic Age vs. Earth Age Lifetime Constants Infinity Constant Cosmic Constants Gregorian Calendar Birth (Alpha) and Death (Omega) To learn more, watch the recorded archive. Dr. Shinshuri will illuminate more about the INFINITY PRINCIPLE and answer the following questions. How it helps us move through space time continuum as living superconscious beings with unlimited potential? What is your cosmic age? What will you do with your EM Dash? VIEW VIDEO

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Human Enhancement: State of the Sector

Human Enhancement can be, according to Wikipedia, “described as the natural, artificial, or technological alteration of the human body in order to enhance physical or mental capabilities.” Load up any search engine (e.g. Google, Bing, Firefox, Safari, etc.) and type the search term Human Enhancement into the search field and you are bound to find a plethora of information and articles on the subject. The field of Human Enhancement Technology or HET has been around for a very long time. In fact, HET predates modern artificial intelligence, which is an alternative scientifically developed form of human enhancement. Artificial intelligence was founded in 1955 by John McCarthy and several of his colleagues. He coined the term artificial intelligence or AI as it is often referred to today. HET goes as far back as the mythical civilization of Atlantis, is big mama, and an antecedent to AI. I recently read an article with the headline “Human Enhancement: Making People Better or Making Better People” published by the Irish Council for Bioethics. My first thought after reading the headline gave pause to a perspective that resonates in me and I have often asked myself. When will we focus our attention on exploring the inner terrains of our own human potential and learn to harness the innate power of supernatural intelligence that lies within to unlock — latent talents, which await us? This question led me to do more research and what I found was quite interesting. Traditionally, there have been two polarized perspectives from which to view Human Enhancement. On one end of the spectrum there is the mad scientist or “extinctionist”, as Charles Rubin calls them, who focus on “Making Better People” and on the other end there is the human innovator focused on “Making People Better”. The mad scientist focuses on producing intelligent robots that are a hybrid of inorganic machine parts and organic human-like flesh, which is on the extreme left side of the spectrum. Rubin (2003) claims, “their goal, simply put, is a new age of post-biological life, a world of intelligence without bodies, immortal identity without the limitations of disease, death, and unfulfilled desire.” Sophia and Little Sophia are social humanoid robots developed by Hanson Robotics. They are modern examples of the type of inventions created by mad scientists that are available on the market. Sophia was designed for adults and Little Sophia was designed for children ages eight and older. The human innovator, however, focuses on creating advanced solutions that allow millions of people to “interact with artificially intelligent devices directly or indirectly on a day-to-day basis via virtual assistants, facial-recognition technology, mapping applications and a host of other software” (Divine, 2019) or develop products that enhance or improve physical or mental abilities via cosmetic surgery, mood altering substances, pharmaceuticals to improve physical strength and stamina, genetic modifications to ensure future children are healthier or more intelligent, and medical procedures to dramatically prolong our lifespan. The human innovator falls over on the right side of the spectrum. An example of an invention developed by a human innovator is face recognition and it is here to stay thanks to Cognitec “The Face Recognition Company.” According to CB Insights (2019), face recognition has grown in use across 30 different markets including automotive, insurance, banking and finance, and many others. There is a striking difference between the mad scientist and the human innovator. One focuses on developing artificial human beings to enhance the human experience and the other focuses on developing better innovative software, tools, devices, and other types of products and services to enhance the human experience. More recently, a newer perspective has emerged, and it is gaining momentum — the human exemplar. This supernatural intelligent being is a living example of human enhancement. Their contribution to the field focuses on progressive human evolution by developing and harnessing latent human potential. There is a vast sea of untapped human capabilities lying inside our hearts that remain dormant because we spend more time looking and exploring the external physical world with our minds. Most of us tend to negate the transformative technology of our inner world because our attention is focused on the outer world. Few people on the planet have truly learned to harness the innate power stored within that is available to each of us and can be used to navigate this radical experience we call life. This newer viewpoint focuses on bridging the gap between the mad scientist and the human innovator. This supernatural being stands in the middle between these two opposing perspectives — yin and yang. Traditional Brands Biotechnology describes the merger of two words biology and technology. There is big money in the biotech industry typically in pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and diagnostics. Many advances are also being made to develop more-resilient crops, biofuels, biomaterials, and pollution controls. There are several monolithic brands extant on the market. These brands are well known around the world for their products, services, and innovative contribution to the field of human enhancement. You may know a few of them, which include: Johnson & Johnson was founded in 1886, headquartered in New Brunswick, New Jersey, and reported $76.5 billion in sales in 2017 with a market capitalization of $373 billion. Roche was founded in Switzerland in1896 and is renowned as the largest biotech company in the world with $53.4 billion in sales and capitalization of $208 billion in 2017. Pfizer, Inc. was founded in 1849 and is headquartered in New York City. They had revenue of $52.5 billion and a market capitalization of 256 billion in 2018. Merck was founded in 1891 is headquartered in New Jersey. They had sales revenue of $40.1 billion and a market capitalization of $190 billion in 2017. To learn more about these companies and many others like them, visit the Investopedia website and peruse the Top 10 Biotechnology Companies (JNJ, ROG.VX). Modern Brands AI is a booming industry and the trend on the market today is a deep focus on how AI “enables […]

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Human Enhancement: State of the Sector

Human Enhancement can be, according to Wikipedia, “described as the natural, artificial, or technological alteration of the human body in order to enhance physical or mental capabilities.” Load up any search engine (e.g., Google, Bing, Firefox, Safari, etc.) and type the search term Human Enhancement into the search field and you are bound to find a plethora of information and articles on the subject. The field of Human Enhancement Technology or HET has been around for a very long time. In fact, HET predates modern artificial intelligence, which is an alternative scientifically developed form of human enhancement. Artificial intelligence was founded in 1955 by John McCarthy and several of his colleagues. He coined the term artificial intelligence or AI as it is often referred to today. HET goes as far back as the mythical civilization of Atlantis, is big mama, and an antecedent to AI. I recently read an article with the headline “Human Enhancement: Making People Better or Making Better People” published by the Irish Council for Bioethics. My first thought after reading the headline gave pause to a perspective that resonates in me and I have often asked myself. When will we focus our attention on exploring the inner terrains of our own human potential and learn to harness the innate power of supernatural intelligence that lies within to unlock — latent talents, which await us? This question led me to do more research and what I found was quite interesting. Traditionally, there have been two polarized perspectives from which to view Human Enhancement. On one end of the spectrum there is the mad scientist or “extinctionist”, as Charles Rubin calls them, who focus on “Making Better People” and on the other end there is the human innovator focused on “Making People Better”. The mad scientist focuses on producing intelligent robots that are a hybrid of inorganic machine parts and organic human-like flesh, which is on the extreme left side of the spectrum. Rubin (2003) claims, “their goal, simply put, is a new age of post-biological life, a world of intelligence without bodies, immortal identity without the limitations of disease, death, and unfulfilled desire.” Sophia and Little Sophia are social humanoid robots developed by Hanson Robotics. They are modern examples of the type of inventions created by mad scientists that are available on the market. Sophia was designed for adults and Little Sophia was designed for children ages eight and older. The human innovator, however, focuses on creating advanced solutions that allow millions of people to “interact with artificially intelligent devices directly or indirectly on a day-to-day basis via virtual assistants, facial-recognition technology, mapping applications and a host of other software” (Divine, 2019) or develop products that enhance or improve physical or mental abilities via cosmetic surgery, mood altering substances, pharmaceuticals to improve physical strength and stamina, genetic modifications to ensure future children are healthier or more intelligent, and medical procedures to dramatically prolong our lifespan. The human innovator falls over on the right side of the spectrum. An example of an invention developed by a human innovator is face recognition and it is here to stay thanks to Cognitec “The Face Recognition Company.” According to CB Insights (2019), face recognition has grown in use across 30 different markets including automotive, insurance, banking and finance, and many others. There is a striking difference between the mad scientist and the human innovator. One focuses on developing artificial human beings to enhance the human experience and the other focuses on developing better innovative software, tools, devices, and other types of products and services to enhance the human experience. More recently, a newer perspective has emerged, and it is gaining momentum — the human exemplar. This supernatural intelligent being is a living example of human enhancement. Their contribution to the field focuses on progressive human evolution by developing and harnessing latent human potential. There is a vast sea of untapped human capabilities lying inside our hearts that remain dormant because we spend more time looking and exploring the external physical world with our minds. Most of us tend to negate the transformative technology of our inner world because our attention is focused on the outer world. Few people on the planet have truly learned to harness the innate power stored within that is available to each of us and can be used to navigate this radical experience we call life. This newer viewpoint focuses on bridging the gap between the mad scientist and the human innovator. This supernatural being stands in the middle between these two opposing perspectives — yin and yang. Traditional Brands Biotechnology describes the merger of two words biology and technology. There is big money in the biotech industry typically in pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and diagnostics. Many advances are also being made to develop more-resilient crops, biofuels, biomaterials, and pollution controls. There are several monolithic brands extant on the market. These brands are well known around the world for their products, services, and innovative contribution to the field of human enhancement. You may know a few of them, which include: ● Johnson & Johnson was founded in 1886, headquartered in New Brunswick, New Jersey, and reported $76.5 billion in sales in 2017 with a market capitalization of $373 billion. ● Roche was founded in Switzerland in 1896 and is renowned as the largest biotech company in the world with $53.4 billion in sales and capitalization of $208 billion in 2017. ● Pfizer, Inc. was founded in 1849 and is headquartered in New York City. They had revenue of $52.5 billion and a market capitalization of 256 billion in 2018. ● Merck was founded in 1891 is headquartered in New Jersey. They had sales revenue of $40.1 billion and a market capitalization of $190 billion in 2017. To learn more about these companies and many others like them, visit the Investopedia website and peruse the Top 10 Biotechnology Companies (JNJ, ROG.VX). Modern Brands AI is a booming industry and the trend on the market today is a deep focus on how AI “enables machines to learn from experience, adjust to new information and implement human-like tasks. Although the media focuses […]

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