Chemistry of Thinking and Consciousness

  • Editors: Yerkin Aibassov, Valentina Yemelyanova, Maxat Bulenbaev
  • ISBN: 978-1-938681-64-6


The brain is the most complex and least studied organ of our body. Enzymes of the central nervous system catalyze the processes of energy supply to the brain, regulation of the synthesis and dissociation of neurotransmitters, synaptic transmission processes and many other significant processes. Having a mass of only 1-2 kg, it consumes 20% of energy. More than 70% of the genes of our genome actively work in its cells. Gray matter consists of more than 90 billion neurons, each of which has up to 10 thousand connections with other neurons.

Scientists from the University of California discovered a gene that is responsible for the human mind. This is a variation of the HMGA2 gene. They studied the causes of genetic diseases of the brain. The results of the experiment showed that people with a certain chemical structure of the HMGA2 gene are really endowed with high mental abilities. This is only if all other factors that determine the level of intelligence are equal. According to the results of the experiment, scientists believe that this gene can really make a person much smarter. They note that elementary changes in the genetic code can generate real geniuses.

Our task was to find patterns between chemical and mental processes in the brain. This would create a chemical model of consciousness and thinking.

Table of Contents

Chapter I: Chemical Composition of Brain

Chapter II: Chemistry of Nucleotides

Chapter III: Brain Chemistry Concept

Chapter IV: Model of Brain

Chapter V: Chemistry of Hyper Information

Chapter VI: Chemistry of Hyperconsciousness

Chapter VII: Chemistry of HyperBehavior

Chapter VIII: Chemistry of Memory

Chapter IX: Chemistry of Hyperthinking

Chapter X: Chemical Model of Thinking

Chapter XI: Chemistry of Genes

Chapter XII: Chemical Model of Consciousness

Chapter XIII: Theory of Networks of Chemical Reactions

Chapter XIV: Conclusions