Neurobiology, Genetics, and the Environmentby Ray McIntyre | June 16, 2005
Complimenting pre-existing behavior deficit research, this on-going literature review will shed light on much needed awareness for the general public and scientific-religious realms on our planet.
Behavior Conduct/Communication Deficits are:
- prone to be chronic familiar genetic predisposition deficits;
- derived from atmospheric ions;
- which suggest a process of evolution by natural selection; and
- to improve upon the survival of the human species.
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), oppositional defiant disorder (ODD), learning disabilities (LD), communication disorders (CD), bipolar disorder (BP), autism, and the others alike are pandemic epidemiologic issues that have been around since the time of Adam and Eve.
The goal of this review is to refine the pre-existing behavior (communication) disorders/diseases in a fashion more appropriate for our age. In doing so, we must travel back in history, through countless sacred text to find the origins of the epidemic that has plagued humankind for millennia. The plausibility has been in the forefront of time staring at us, waiting for someone to discover why we are as we have always been: a species divided.
Ethical issues appear to be multifaceted conundrums that have caused mass genocides throughout history. When in fact, the issues can be summarized into one simplistic question: What will increase the welfare of humanity as a whole unit?
Given that each of us has a certain amount of limited acquired knowledge, along with personal choice, allows each of us to have a limited amount of power over our environment. This power affects our behavior, which in turn impacts the environment. In turn, impacts the future of our genetic structure. Since our knowledge is limited we have a tendency to do more harm with good intentions than with no intentions at all. Most often, what we think we’re doing for the welfare of our fellow human being, is actually being done for our own personal gain. We inflict our ideologies on one another because this is our way of behavior. This is our way of communicating ideas. This is the our way of progress on this planet.
So, what will increase the welfare of humanity as a whole unit with the least amount of human suffering? The answer is not only the way in which we view our environment. After all, we are not separate from it, we are a part of it. The answer is taken for granted and consumed by us every day — air.
Written by Richard W. Sharp, Jr., PhD
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