Better Life and Business: Cell, Brain, Mind and Sex Universal Laws

Better Life and Business Based on the Cell, Brain, Mind, Sex Laws: LIFEBIZ

Author(s): Branko Souček

Pp: 16-28 (13)

DOI: 10.2174/9781608054947113010004

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Background and Purpose: Explosion of intelligence due to the human interventions leads to prosperity, but also to the strange attractions and dangerous chaos (like a big bang). The way out is presented: the LIFEBIZ theory and practice. It follows the natural life intelligence processes.

Materials and Methods: The life intelligence processes, data and computer models, are described. They come from the experiments with the animals and human.

Results: The map of life intelligence processes is formed. The map presents the figures, curves and data for major processes: aggression, mimicry, chaos, trains, pile up, attractions, courting, mating….emotion, reasoning, consciousness.

Conclusions: The life grows above the bio chemical logic. The business grows above the market logic. Described LIFEBIZ (theory and practice) explains the life intelligence elementary processes: major basic functions, 30 laws and 100 equations. Through interaction, elementary processes form millions of complex processes: from the cell, brain, mind and sex to the local and global life and business. LIFEBIZ follows the natural life SOUČEK LAWS: Self Organization of the Understanding, Consciousness, Emotions and Knowledge; cell, brain, mind, sex. Joy in the world, for the next generation, for us. Time is life, rather than time is money. Searching for the new LIFEBIZ solutions will require the new research and development. LIFEBIZ will stop the unemployment and the climate change. Strictly related to the Biological sciences.

Keywords: Cell, DNA code, genetic intelligence organization, gene, gene link, base, LIFEBIZ laws, SOUČEK laws, courtship, mimicry, send and receive windows, brain, mind, life, consciousness, business, market, bank, money, computer, neural net.

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