For the first realization we discuss conceptual conglomerate:
Drops of Memory - allows for dual working memory to long term memory processing.
Conceptual Conglomerate - allows for dual subconscious to conscious mind processing.
Manhattan Method - Allows you to represent concepts in your mind.
Conceptual Conglomerate - allows you to represent concepts in your mind.
Wholistic Thinking - Allows you to see patterns and make better decisions, more logical decisions, gives you more self control, wides your frame of reference.
Conceptual Conglomerate - Allows you to see patterns and make better decisions, widen’s your frame of reference, gives you more self control.
Manhattan’s Mathematical Madness - Helps with pattern recognition, shape symbolism, and decision making.
Conceptual Conglomerate - Helps with pattern recognition, shape symbolism, and decision making.
Key to Babel - Helps to understand language, and notice the subtle meanings inside of language.
Conceptual Conglomerate- Helps to understand language, and notice what someone really meant when they said something.
Cyber Brain - Helps you process the world around you better and allows you to process the world through conceptual algorithms.
Conceptual Conglomerate - Helps you process the world around you better and understand conceptual algorithms.
Basically, it does some of what everything else does, but it doesn’t replace the other fields, since they have specific wiring capabilities themselves.
It’s not going to give you a bigger working memory like drops of memory and the Manhattan method, but it may give you more focus like MMM which will lead to a better working memory. It won’t increase your processing speed like cyber brain, but since you’ll flow through the concepts and all your thoughts are higher level your processing will increase as well as understandings.
There are more nuances, this is simplified, and surely conceptual conglomerate is much bigger than these comparisons, but it’s to help you understand some of what to expect.
I wrote this 3 weeks ago. I still have more to digest from the field myself. So we’ll have to grow together.