Biotechnological applications of Neuroscience for the Criminal Mind: Compensating for Campus Violence

am interested in the applications of biotechnology and neuroscience given the seemingly cyclical recurrence of such criminal activity as campus violence. the legal system & criminal defense of such issues regard the defense of their activity as a “one-size-fits-all” insanity defense. however, the tendency to expedite such cases by classifying individuously this segment of the population unduly for the sake of the stigma and lack of causation for the sake of the rest of this population. according to recent studies in psychiatry & forensic psychology, so-called “mental health” does not necessarily involve the frontal cortex, the planning area of the brain. mainly this hypothesis is based on the observation that sociopathics and psychotics even in the throes of their episodic suffering are still capable of succeeding at intelligence quotient tests. this suggests that such random acts of violence can be classified as pre-mediated, a factor that indicates that perhaps such evidence of pre-mediation should convincingly distinguish them from the rest of this population who can often appreciate a nervous breakdown or unreasonable outburst of aggression which can be regarded ideally as temporary insanity and exhibitable by the population at large as well. these crimes suggest there may be a deeper conflict, perhaps regarding conflicts in the university system, even some urban estrangement suggested by the links below. these could more dangerously and sinisterly correspond to the medulla or instinctive part of the brain which may be eliciting a “fight or flight” response, perhaps for the fear of becoming homeless. such qualms and anxiety could easily be concealable as a dramatist through the scheming cleverness of the frontal cortex and can remain undiscovered until these incidents occur my current research projects as a statistician at John Hopkins university seems to provide some interesting hypothetical prospects to this unique question of campus violence regarding the observation of the criminal mind. I am seeking a geographical distribution of campus violence cases historically since the columbine shootings with a statistical database of institutions of higher education by zip code. also, I am trying to co-relationally analyze the aggregation of this data with indicators of urban homelessness rates that correspond with proximity to the geographic location of the universities. such experimental results may be superficial however, while including such factors as stockpiling of weapons or unusual or incomplete encounters with mental health professionals, such indicators may predict a risk factor that can be confronted & eliminated. my other research hypothesis are available here posted in the misc.legal newsgroup.

https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/misc.legal/uDWpudQiQjs

https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/misc.legal/e5qxMQlefcA

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  1. 1 quintillion pieces of data are transmitted daily. the premises of big data and cloud computing suggest that a “snapshot” of this large amount of data can be taken on a daily basis. theoretically with larger datasets and matching schemes patterns can be found on the exact dates these shootings occur. because of the attention given to these incidents i am considering highly abstruse matching patterns in the initial quintillion pieces of data. for example, the extremes of such data exploitation may even include solar flare activity from the surface of the sun.

    revelations 20:14

    Then death and Hades were thrown into the lake of fire. The lake of fire is the second death.

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