The fantasy of Neuroscientists should never be confused with the fantastic job that Neuroscientists have done to uncover so much phenomenal information about human brain processes that describe human brain development. Years ago, if you were reading a cosmetic magazine, it was filled with ads, stories and anecdotes about the world of beauty, and if you were reading Popular Mechanics, it would be all about planes, trains, automobiles and the new technologies about motors and race cars. But now, it’s impossible to pickup any magazine and never see something about the human brain’s effect on our perspectives of beauty, or perhaps, how in the future, quantum entanglement and the brain’s ability to observe and affect particle behavior will determine how well your car’s engine will run. Both fantasy and reality are presented in modern day literature and the workings of our brains are represented with them. In the upper echelons of the Neuroscientific world, the most highly sought after and coveted fantasy of Neuroscientists’ is equivalent to the “Race to Relativity” that took place between Einstein and his adversaries. Actually, there was really only one adversary in the ‘race to relativity’, everyone else was busy trying to discredit and invalidate what Einstein was saying, instead of getting busy using their own intuitive minds like Einstein was doing. In any event, it seems pretty clear that the goal of Neuroscientists is to uncover the great and powerful Oz lurking in the most advanced intelligence feature of our human brains ~ the workings of the Prefrontal Cortex. Even the great Einstein himself struggled with nailing down ‘Relativity’ until he re-introduced the ‘constant’ into his famous equation. Neuroscientists, on the other hand are still trying to figure out what the ‘constant’ in the Relativity equation of the Prefrontal Cortex is, even though it’s been right under their noses for years. In other words, Einstein figured out that time and space were smoothly related and interdependent. He also figured out that motion and gravity have a similar relationship as time and space. But Neuroscientists still think that “reasoning” and “emotioning” are at war. They are unable to figure out the smooth, relative, interdependent relationship between emotions and reasoning skills. But cheer up brain aficionados, Cognitivology is happy to introduce you to the ‘constant’ – – it is simply “integration”! How so you might say? The human brain is the most complex entity or organ in the universe?!? But in the paraphrased words of Einstein, the answers regarding questions about the universe are both simple and beautiful. The real power and potential of the Prefrontal Cortex, as UN-described by Neuroscience, is more than just figuring out how to master emotional impulses while performing highly attuned reasoning skills. The real power within the Prefrontal Cortex is its innate ability to make zero distinctions between altruistic thoughts and altruistic emotions – consistent with the brain’s natural hard-wired system to be configured and developed by the fundamental properties of Compassion and Optimism. The Prefrontal Cortex is the playing field for the simultaneous and indistinct application of Intuitive Reasoning and Quantum Processing skills. In other words, all of these skills are all performed and conducted as a completely integrated process by a fully developed Prefrontal Cortex. But in order for the Prefrontal Cortex to become fully developed, it requires an integrated precursor for its fully integrated development and potential – and that precursor is the Preschool stage of development. As you can only imagine, understanding Preschool cognitive brain development is a distinctly distant and unsophisticated variable in the sophisticated minds of highly advanced intelligent thinking Neuroscientists. It seems that for Neuroscientists, Preschool development is either, un-relative, or too humbling to include as the fundamentally constant variable of integration in the equation for figuring out the core elements and requisite basic building blocks for the full developmental potential of the Prefrontal Cortex. The integrated mechanics of the Prefrontal Cortex must be rooted in certain fundamentally rigorous properties of early integrated brain development. Until Neuroscientists can reconcile with the real definition of the altruistic operations of the Prefrontal Cortex by connecting it to the fundamental integrated properties of Preschool Intuitive-Cognitive-Brain development they will keep fumbling in the race to uncover the actual power and potential of the Prefrontal Cortex. Sadly, and unbeknownst to them, they are so far behind in the race that they have missed seeing that Cognitivology has already crossed the Finish Line.