Theoretical applied Geneosophy is taking shape

Once theoretical Geneosophy was complete, we felt like the theory could be applied to a case study.

It turns out that moving from theoretical Geneosophy to applied Genesophy was not straightforward at all. It required us to develop a new framework. One that we call theoretical applied Geneosophy.

The framework was developed using the neuron as a case study. The neuron is described as a Geneosophic element. An element that, when run in its universe, makes the Geneosophic entity appear.

What is coming out, is a new way of understanding a neuron from a completely different perspective. In hindsight it seems so obvious, but only if one has a solid grasp of theoretical Geneosophy.

marco palombi

marco palombi

I am intrigued by stuff that does not have a codified description, yet. As a corollary, my field is not definable, otherwise I would not be interested.

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Theoretical applied Geneosophy is taking shape
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