Theory of relativity transformed the chapters of theoretical physics and astronomy during the 20th century, superseding 200 years old theory of the mechanics created primarily by Isaac Newton
A person may be genius who displays exceptional intellectual ability, creative productivity and universality in the originality to a degree that is associated with the achievement of new advances in a domain of outstanding knowledge. The inferior precuneus of parietal lobe is the central node of genius areas of human brain. The genius area of brain is located in between splenium and parieto-occipital sulcus. Albert Einstein studied laws of the universe and created the theory of relativity and mass-energy equivalence in the genius area of precuneus, retrosplenial cortex and posterior cingulate cortex of brain.
Albert Einstein was a famous physicist and his research spanned from quantum mechanics to the theories about gravity, space, time and motion. In Physics, general relativity explains the laws of gravitation and its relation to the other forces of nature. On the other hand, special relativity is applied to all physical phenomena in the absence of gravity. The theory of relativity usually encompasses two interrelated theories developed by Albert Einstein: special relativity and general relativity. He published the theory of special relativity in 1905, building on many theoretical results and empirical findings obtained by Albert A. Michelson, Hendrik Lorentz and other physicists. He also developed the theory of general relativity between 1907 and 1915, and the final form of general relativity was published in 1916. Albert Einstein received the 1921 Nobel Prize in Physics for the discovery of photo-electric effect.
Inferior precuneus of parietal lobe is the central node of genius areas of human brain
The precuneus of parietal lobe projects the seventh dimension of learnography. This is also the source of meta cognition for deep learning transfer. Insular brain region provides the first dimension of knowledge transfer which also deals with the function matrix of subject matter in question formation and content modulation. I was studying the different parts of the insular region of human brain to analyze and describe the subject of zeid brain as the central hub of knowledge transfer. Suddenly, I saw the facts of Einstein’s brain on the insular operculum page of Wikipedia. I was amazed that the lateral sulcus in each hemisphere was shortened in the Einstein’s brain. So I started to explore the facts and findings of this genius brain on the different websites. Most of the details are locked up in high ranking websites, some findings are revealed for sharing on Oxford University Press Journal and others are missing such as the part of retrosplenial cortex, located behind the splenium of corpus callosum.
Zeid brain is the central hub of learning transfer that lies underneath the insular region of forebrain. The insula is a small region of the cerebral cortex located deep within the lateral sulcus, which is a large fissure that separates the frontal and parietal lobes from the temporal lobe. Insular box comprises many distinct regions such as insular cortex, basal ganglia, thalamus, internal capsule and corona radiata. Insular brain is defined as zeid brain or brain(z) in the brainpage theory of learnography. This is the central hub of learning transfer to modulate the brainpage of knowledge chapters through the working dimensions of student’s brain.
Albert Einstein studied laws of the universe and created the theory of relativity and mass-energy equivalence in the genius area of his brain
The insular cortex of brain is divided into two parts such as anterior insular cortex and posterior insular cortex. Anterior insula is larger and posterior insula is smaller in size in which more than a dozen field areas have been identified for specific projections and functions. The cortical area overlying the insula toward the lateral surface of the brain is defined as the operculum of Sylvian fissure. The opercula are formed from the parts of enclosing frontal, temporal and parietal lobes. The insulae are believed to be involved in consciousness and play a role in diverse functions usually linked to emotion or the regulation of body’s homeostasis. These functions include compassion and empathy, perception, motor control, self-awareness, cognitive functioning and interpersonal experience. In relation to these neurological functions, it is also involved in the scientific study of mental disorders to find the real causes in psychopathology.
Harvey was the first person who observed Einstein’s brain morphologically. He reported that Einstein’s brain had no parietal operculum and the lateral sulcus (Sylvian fissure) was also truncated. It means there might be huge growth in posterior parietal region and dorsomedial temporal region to shorten posterior Sylvian fissure.
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Genius Area of Einstein’s Brain
Happiness Classroom ! Book is the transfer source of knowledge and student’s brain is the transfer target of learning. To be high performing students, make brainpage in collaborative classroom by applying the seven dimensions of knowledge transfer. The motor science of knowledge transfer should be launched in the classroom for the learning development and brainpage modules of Autistic or ADHD students. Let the students use motor knowledge to make smart brainpage in the classroom from book to brain direct learning transfer. The cyclozeid of knowledge transfer is rehearsed in the classroom to produce high speed zeidstream in the working mechanism of brain circuits.