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Parallels

These are events that confirm the usefulness of the mind model as outlined in "On the origin of Mind". There is no direct connection between them and the work, and mostly the players would have been completely unfamiliar with Otoom. They could be scenarios played out according to the inherent principles of cognitive behaviour, or they could be statements made by someone through information gained in some context. In other words, we have consilience.

The events fit the model in a consistent manner; in some cases they even had been predicted years before. None of them required any modification of the model since its completion in 2003.

This section is not intended to serve as a comprehensive explanation of cognitive dynamics. It does however serve as a repository of analyses of human events and endeavours which, despite the claims by so many ideologues over the years, have proven themselves to be correct after all.

At last count there were over 350 entries. Not included in this figure are the various confirmations featured in the Special Parallels section.

The events listed here are those that were significant enough to find their way into the mainstream media and can therefore be accessed by anyone anywhere. When it comes to journal articles only those are referenced which have come to my attention. According to World Bank data in 2011 alone there were 582,012; I cannot possibly check all of them for their relevance. Hence the number of confirmations mentioned above would be highly conservative.

The submissions on the CV page deal with issues that prompted official inquiries to launch an investigation. Since the submissions have been written following the Otoom model the recognised need for such investigations by the respective committees also demonstrates the validity of the model.

Note: Because the entries serve as confirmatory texts regarding cognitive and/or nonlinear dynamics they do not carry a date stamp as such; just as it is not necessary to attach a date to an observation of electricity. The underlying reference to all of them is "On the origin of Mind". However, the specific references attached to every entry do include the date, source and article name.

See the html documents Part 1 Part 2 Part 3.

The events are grouped as follows -

 - Ageing of society
 - Astrophysics
 - Behaviour
 - Behaviour of motorists
 - Cluster building
 - Conceptual intersections
 - Drugs
 - Dysfunctional demographics
 - Education
 - European Union
 - Fertility rates
 - Gene technology
 - Global politics
 - Indigenous culture
 - Infrastructure
 - Intoxicated behaviour
 - Iraq war - and now Afghanistan
 - Morality Laws
 - Religion
 - Role of Governments in Society
 - Science in general
 - Security
 - Tax
 - Terrorism
 - Urban planning
 - Water


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