WILLIAMSVILLE, N.Y., Jan. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Imagine if brain stimulation could take the effort out of learning and working. And if goods and services became so much fun and easy to produce or perform that money wouldn't be necessary to motivate people. Is science capable of manipulating brain receptors to help people effortlessly acquire, enhance and diversify their work skills? How would this affect the world?
If a circuit could be designed to deliver pleasurable ultrasonic or electromagnetic brain stimulation to engage individuals' brains in high-level learning or work-skill acquisition or performance -- this is the hypothesis posed in Lewis Mancini's new book, "How Everyone Could Be Rich, Famous, Etc." (published by Trafford Publishing). Mancini challenges readers to imagine how this effortless and pleasing way of learning new skills could redistribute wealth among the population. By using technologically facilitated reproducible out-of-body experiences it would become possible to interdigitate everyone's mind with others'. Everyone would be able to do every kind of work and would feel and care equally about everyone else's wants and needs. And no one's mind would age or die, becoming immortal and eternal. Mancini's fascinating exploration of an idea that is so new and intriguing will leave readers mesmerized, and surely thinking about the brain in a new way.
About the Author
Lewis Mancini is an M.D. and a psychiatrist in training, and is a brain wave or electroencephalography technician. He grew up with three siblings in a medical family and graduated from St. George's University School of Medicine in Grenada, West Indies. After suffering from disabling mental illness, he has searched for effective ways of moderating or coping with daily life and work and continues to explore stimulations and treatments and has published research articles in "Medical Hypotheses" and "Speculations in Science and Technology." He serves as a companion to a visually impaired friend. This is his first book. A second work is on physician-assisted suicide and a third is also on the interface between science and technology and religion. Mancini currently lives in Williamsville, N.Y.
"How Everyone Could Be Rich, Famous, Etc."
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