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How was this book written, and its relations to global problems?

The Emotional and Relational foundations of human advancement was written over a course of fifteen years. The motivation for me came from history of life experiences. For example, learned advanced physics quite early enough. So, I have developed extensive understanding of the universe and physical nature of the world quite enough, very young. I was always proud of this. But problem is in dealing with people. Understanding people’s reasoning on various issues, their reactions and behavior have been baffling.
Most importantly during by Ph. D, many of the events like September 11 Terrorist attack has been bothering me. No scientific explanation was given. Given that I am working on foundations of physics, these is where everything starts. So, the concern was whether my advancing humanity is going to ultimately help or harm humanity? Relationship issues are showing everywhere, either economic down trend, toxic political environment where politicians treat each other as enemies, nuclear weapons that is of constant threat, etc.
After that I have decided to zero in on relationships problems when I discovered clues to understand how people’s personalities are shaped. This happened in year 2006, when I visited my hometown in India. I have about four generation my family living all close by. I started discovering pattern of behavioral influence over course of four generation. I started detecting same behavioral pattern in other families, and pretty much everyone whose background I know from all over the world.
This is when I decided to change my career and zero in on understanding people. I started writing my book as self-help book, which slowly evolved into full theoretical deep textbook.
Let me explain where I received the data from the book. Almost every person (thousands?) I encountered in my life has become a data point in this book. When it comes to people, data is freely available. Their background, and interactions encountered has been processed into models. Just talking to people one can gather all this information. Basically, the information is real life information encountered over normal life experience.
• While I was living in my hometown, which is a low-tech town, it helped me understand emotional behavior of people.
• Now my background in engineering and advanced mathematical physics, made me read wide variety of research literature, that has extensive amount thought patterns relates to mindset of professionals all over the world.
• While I was in US, I was interacting with people professionally from all over the world and interacting.
• Interacting with women both in US and Bangalore in Clubs and bars, gave information emotional behavioral diversity relating to women from all over the world.
• While I was US, I was interacting with many scientists from all over Europe, while I was in Bangalore, I was interacting with business professionals all over the world.
In scientific research we have to setup expensive experiments to collect data. But to understand people we don’t need it, because all the data is available as life experience with all kinds of people. The challenge is converting this data into models. The clue for this came from recent research progress. Some of the important clues came from:
1)Joseph Ledoux’s research on amygdala.
2)Emotions and their influence.
3)Daniel Goleman’s work on emotional intelligence.
4)FMRI research on neural correlates of emotions.
How did I develop the models in the book? Most of the models in book was created after some traumatic experience. When everything goes fine there is no need contemplate on people behavior. But if there is traumatic experience, then I start processing all the information, I have about the incident, and similar incidents all over my life. This process of thinking is very unpleasant, it recollects lots of traumatic experience. The number of new models in book relates to the number of traumas I have underwent.
Somewhere in 2008, I developed the defend-connect-performance emotional model in understanding human behavior. I also started observing that our emotions are shaped by our childhood history. The most important observation was that our primary emotional sensitivity circuit was deeply influenced by sibling environment. All these information went into the first volume.
I started using ideas from the behavioral model to understand history. I simply can combine the ideas from the first volume and migration history on politics and economics to understand global economic history.
The self-help information which I wrote became the third volume, which was written using the ideas from the first and second volume, which became scientific relationism.
By 2010 most of the ideas in the book has been written. But there were many gaps that was fulfilled over of course of next ten years.
Currently I am racing against time. Very soon people who are relationally untrained are going to mix with highly advanced technologies that are going to have existential consequence to humanity. There is an urgent need to change the way are educated to balance RQ and TQ. That is the purpose of the book.
I am creating an international organization to apply the ideas in the book to advance, protect and sustain human civilization. This is called the UNITESERVE project. Please read the following information.
Various important points from this book:
1)Our mind has its own dynamics. While we do things based on what we feel and think, these feelings are determined by our mind, unconsciously. Awareness of this is important for personal success.
2)World is undergoing cycles of dispositional variations throughout history. The superposition of these cycles can create balanced disposition creating a favorable condition for social and economic activity. If these cycles create unbalanced disposition, it is creating various problems such as global crises. Professionals who are involved national and global issues needs to learn to manage these.
3)The world is in defensive phase. This means human activity is dominated by defensive drivves and relationships are made by defensive connection, an unstable form of relationships. This relates to bubble like growth and conditions form sudden disruption of relationships.
Fixing of these are important for solving world problems.
The book is available as eBook from major publishers.
The official website is www.scientificrelationism.com