It is also said that the emerging social movements will take place in places where the new power of central hierarchies, the dominant classes of ESCAPs, will be massively self-organized. And now, millions of people in the United States are taking action against the system, supporting Donald Trump. We see a preference architecture for the status quo of colonial economic policies, which transfer two collective names serving in elections, self-organizing masses to bank accounts, their accounts and supporters. ![sacsas](https://i.imgsafe.org/85/85fe32c5ce.png) [Image Source](https://pixabay.com/en/human-rights-hands-arms-fingers-2099066/) The cognitive scientist in him was not at all surprised. I examine how the human mind works and how it is shared through cultural structures such as language, ritual practices, associations and roles, especially in social institutions, and how they all interact with common values and rules in society. Important discoveries that can be made from this extensive research (such as psychology, linguistics, evolutionary studies, neuroscience, anthropology and computer engineering) are that the human mind is structured to conceal the process of consciously physically creating meaning. We look at the outside world and it makes sense to us. The brain, like molds, binds our lives to find themselves in a place where they can partly be seen. When we look at a room - like the room I sat in a coffee shop in Seattle - when I wrote this - the chair, table, men and women we saw could be noticed; Each tells you that in a known category, it is a person, a furniture or an object. But we do not have conscious access to the photons that convey this visual knowledge to our minds. When we transmit information to other parts of our brain to create an emotional response and to produce "gestalt" meanings as a whole in our brain, we can not feel the edges and boundaries of the visual cortex or the part that completes the colors. That's how reason works. We create meanings of meaning, and then as we continue our lives, we approach them as meaningful things. We have experienced the world in a richly structured and meaningful way because our brains and bodies have evolved for millions of years as cultural assets we have today.