Mark Hamilton leads the Neothink Society, which provides members from diverse segments of American society with entrepreneurial, creative ways of achieving fulfillment and success in life. Mark Hamilton has written extensively about Neothink. One very well-received book is The Prime Cure, a 2,800-page volume on health that sets out a cause-and-effect paradigm for achieving a practical solution for our most pressing issues.
One key facet of this involves truly understanding the components that make life meaningful. Through living creative existences free from stagnation and a sense of following orders, people gain a desire to live longer. This in turn drives scientific efforts to discover a way to overcome the aging process, just as earlier research led to the development of vaccines to eradicate polio and malaria.
Unleashing the scientific community’s potential to find a cure for aging involves unlocking the power of freedom and wealth and directing it in a focused manner, Mr. Hamilton theorizes. This will lead in turn to a demand-and-supply matrix that takes human needs into real consideration and will provide a fast track to life unimpaired by the inevitability of aging.
A noted American economist and political thinker, Mark Hamilton heads the Neothink Society and has written dozens of well-received books on topics from philosophy to the division of labor. In his 2012 book “The Prime Cure – The Definitive Treatment to Curing Aging & Discovering Eternal Youth,” Mark Hamilton explores Neothink concepts rooted in the groundbreaking work of his father, the philosophy-driven scientist Dr. Frank R. Wallace.
A core focus of the nearly 3,000-page long work are means of breaking through a sense of stagnation, which comes to many from a deadening workplace environment. The system in place divides labor in ways that treat workers like automatons and provide them with highly repetitive tasks to perform. The result is that creativity and self-direction are undervalued and society itself is organized in a rote, inefficient manner.
The Prime Cure ties breaking through these society-imposed barriers with a process of depoliticizing the American system and allowing research and development that really matters to proceed. The end result of lives focused on original creation is the potential to develop new breakthroughs that will extend lives and increase human happiness.
The Neothink Society was founded by economist, activist, and orator Mark Hamilton. Also a published author, Mark Hamilton supports the organization by publishing educational resources for members to read.
Neothink followers have access to numerous publications to gain more knowledge on topics ranging from politics to health. Among the books they may wish to read is The Prime Cure. The publication is a 2,800-page book that took more than three decades to complete. It offers insight on eradicating diseases by presenting information illustrating the correlation between cause and effect. In addition, The Prime Cure addresses how to cure the disease of aging.
Neothink Superpuzzle is another resource that inspires readers to achieve a life they desire. The trilogy consists of more than 1,200 pages. The first book is Conceiving the Superpuzzle – The Secret Society Begins. The second and third are Putting Together the Pieces – The Secret Society Reunites and Beholding the Puzzle-Picture – The Secret Society Triumphs, respectively.