Miami, Florida (PRWEB) December 15, 2014
A. Reincarnation Research
The first practical application of Future Life Institute’s research was made in 2014 to the field of trans-life memory systems. In theory, trans-life memory systems could someday allow individuals to store memories in one lifetime and retrieve them in a subsequent one, thereby achieving a continuous identity which can span centuries.
Since 2002, attempts at designing effective trans-life memory systems have been plagued by insurmountable challenges in formulating reliable data retrieval processes which can enable reincarnating individuals to locate their memory accounts in the system.
The year 2014 saw the emergence of three revolutionary technologies whose combination yields a new design approach which can theoretically overcome the retrieval problems.
1. Trans-life memory theory – An organized set of principles, formulas and laws governing the structure and behavior of trans-life memory which allows the more effective design of trans-life memory systems.
2. Trans-life psychology – A new cognitive behavioral science for helping people to influence their future lives which enables more efficient trans-life memory system human interface designs and better user education.
3. Watson – A new cognitive computing system from IBM Corporation which became commercially available earlier this year. Watson represents the greatest advance in computer architecture in half a century.
Trans-life psychology conditioning during the original lifetime could theoretically help reincarnating individuals remember they had created accounts, and make it easier for past life regression therapy to bring up memory fragments from their former life. Artificial intelligence programs in cognitive computers could use the memory fragments as search keys to locate accounts. The system would only need a few memory fragments to triangulate an account record (e.g., key, kite, electricity).
Blending well-established past life regression techniques with trans-life psychology’s memory priming effects and the immense analytical horsepower of cognitive computer systems appears to yield a design approach that can theoretically overcome the retrieval challenges inherent in trans-life memory systems.
In 2014, Future Life Institute completed initial plans for developing the world’s first trans-life memory system on the IBM platform, and deploying it in a large-scale experiment in India to produce unequivocal scientific proof of reincarnation by 2050.
If successful, the experiment would open several new doors for humanity. The ability to bring accumulated wisdom and learning from one life to the next would be a revolutionary advance. By storing and retrieving information across lifetimes, people could preserve their identities and build permanent connections with others in the system.
Perpetual family, business and social networks could magnify the rewards of success and foster greater progress in the arts in sciences. These new social forms could reshape the underlying fabric of society itself, including the structure of families and distribution of wealth.
Previously, the Institute’s founder directed research and development for one of IBM’s largest competitors, managing $400 million in R&D programs which produced $5 billion worth of large scale computer systems products, including a new mainframe computer, central processors, I/O channels, controllers, and data storage systems.
A second edition of Future Life Design was published with expanded coverage of trans-life memory science. Rajiv Malhotra at the Infinity Foundation and Dr. Dean Radin at the Institute of Noetic Sciences provided important contributions to this work.
C. Experimental Science
A survey of scientific literature revealed several neuroscience experiments which corroborate trans-life memory theory.
The annual board of directors meeting was held in Naples, Florida in March, 2014.
The Institute received a grant from Google, Inc. worth $120,000.
J.L. Mee, Rita Mee, Dr. Janet Cunningham
For more information about Future Life Institute, please contact Rita Mee at (888) 279-1392 Ext. 701, or rita.mee(at)futurelives.org