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Visualizing dimensions of Einstein’s genius brain

Sixth and seventh dimensions of knowledge transfer are really the visualizing dimensions of Einstein’s genius brain to advance creativity in the domain of new knowledge.

Albert Einstein studied the universe and discovered the laws of physics by thinking visually, not verbally

Most of the neuroscientists believe that prefrontal cortex is the genius area of human brain. It is localized in the motor areas of brain, anterior to central sulcus. In fact, prefrontal cortex deals with the logic circuits of knowledge transfer and acts as thought processing machine. There are five types of the fundamental thoughts such as cognitive thought, limbic thought, motor thought, intuitive thought and unconscious thought. In this way, the prefrontal cortex of chapter brain provides the working areas of brain mechanism for thought analysis and executive functions. Therefore, prefrontal cortex is the workplace of knowledge transfer and brainpage modulation, not the genius area of human brain.

Learnography is the neuroscience of knowledge transfer that deals with the working dimensions of brain to make brainpage and produce high performing students in the classroom. The sixth and seventh dimensions of knowledge transfer are really the visualizing dimensions of Einstein’s genius brain to advance creativity in the domain of new knowledge. Albert Einstein visualized and rehearsed the sixth and seventh dimensions of knowledge advancement in his genius brain to create the theories of relativity, mass energy equivalence and photo electric effect.

A child prodigy is defined in psychology as a person under the age of ten years old who produces meaningful extraordinary outcomes in some domain of knowledge to the level of an adult expert. Michael Kevin Kearney is well-known for setting several world records related to graduating school and university at a young age. I have watched the video of his MRI scanning that displayed large precuneus and visual cortex in the posterior region of brain. He also showed well-developed cerebellar basal ganglia circuitry while playing video games.

We know that learning is knowledge transfer to brain circuits. Learnography of the visual streams is the sixth dimension of knowledge transfer while visuo-spatial learnography is the seventh dimension of knowledge transfer. These both dimensions are well-developed in Michael’s prodigy brain. Cerebellar basal ganglia circuitry of the core brain has been placed as the fifth dimension of high speed learning transfer to modulate smart brainpage in the classroom. This is defined as the visuo-motor learnography of human brain in the brainpage theory of knowledge transfer.

I have localized the genius area of human brain by studying the right hemisphere of Einstein’s brain. Parieto-occipital sulcus is longer and there is massive growth in lower precuneus region and posterior cingulate cortex. It’s amazing that visuo-spatial learnography is well-developed in Einstein’s brain. I was applying the visuo-motor learnography of cerebellar basal ganglia circuitry for the seventh dimension of knowledge transfer. But I changed my mind after studying the neurological facts of Einstein’s brain. Now visuo-spatial learnography is the seventh dimension of knowledge transfer in the brainpage theory of school system. The area of precuneus, retrosplenial cortex and posterior cingulate cortex is considered as the genius area of human brain.

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Genius Dimensions of Einstein’s Brain

By Happiness Classroom

This is the school of knowledge transfer in which the learning fields of brainpage theory are launched in the classroom like the workplace of knowledge transfer. Teaching is not necessary because students learn from source books by applying the working dimensions of brain circuits. Everything is finished in school hours and homework is not required for practice. A classroom of small teachers is defined in school learnography to make high speed brainpage modules in book to brain learning transfer.

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