The Potential Index (Pi)

Sometime after the discovery of the Genetic Cellular Development Structure within the Human Biopsychosocial Framework, we created an academic schedule for the Thinking & Comprehension Assessment measure.

The Means of Assessment are;

  • Sound Frequency
  • Sensor Frequency
  • Written Response Analysis

Each of these utilizes all the Laws of Potential found in the Genetic Cellular Development Formula. The assessments generate numerous results such as weak and strong Thinking Patterns, patterns of Change, Pathways to Potential Achievement, Identifying Restrictions, Mapping Programs for Enhanced Comprehension, Group Compatibility, and more.

The assessments enable us to establish a Pi. To be clear, this is a measure of how one’s 13 Intelligence Factors (Potential Laws) are performing concerning any given issues.

Our Procedure Policy is as follows;

  • Establish the issue
  • Analyze the weak and strong points
  • Assess the above by the Laws of Potential

This last feature will generate a Pi by determining the value of all of the Laws vs. the weak and strong points. Other issues of measure have little if any value since they tend to be subjective and partial.

In this respect, it is important to note that the laws of Pi are non-referential – they have no preferences. Further, said laws are generally all-inclusive. This enables us to filter all information down to one or several of the laws. This aide us in determining the root factors underlying an issue – and act accordingly.