Cyber-Eugenics by Bernard Amador
The Neural Code

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The media is full of reports on the recent advances in cognitive neuroscience, as researchers ponder the neural code and how it can be deciphered. Eliza Boria is an MIT student who learns that the neural code was already deciphered by the U.S. Government and that the technology to create computer-controlled humans ("Cybernatons") was already tested in the Soviet Union during the Cold War with the first orbit of Sputnik in 1957. Eliza’s grandmother, Bernice Figueroa, traveled to Russia with cybernetic pioneer Norbert Weiner when he gave his lectures on cybernetics and planted the idea of using cybernetics for the advancement of eugenics to create a master race. Eliza finds herself catapulted into the combined efforts of the CIA and FBI to prevent the workings of the neural code from being used by leaders of the underground modern day eugenics movement. When Eliza partakes in a government funded study at MIT that results in the sweltered brains of its subjects, it serves as a warning that deciphering the neural code is a threshold modern day scientists should not cross. Eliza’s background has prepared her to be the one to stop the leaders of the modern day eugenics movement from making their diabolical plans a reality.

About Bernard Amador

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About the AuthorBernard Amador was born in New York City and is the author of the memoir To Know A Fallen Angel. Currently he is the Supervising Crime Victim Caseworker for the Albany County Crime Victim and Sexual Violence Center. Mr. Amador is a doctoral student at Northcentral University and has taught courses in forensic, abnormal and general psychology as an adjunct Instructor at The College of New Rochelle and the Borough of Manhattan Community College. He holds an M.A. in Forensic Psychology from Sage Graduate School, a B.A. in Forensic Psychology from the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, and a B.A. in Philosophy from Purchase College. He interned with the Domestic Violence and Child Abuse Bureau of the U.S. District Attorney's Office in White Plains, New York, at the Mental Health Association of New York, and worked as a Forensic Case Manager with Treatment Alternatives to Street Crimes (T.A.S.C) of the Education and Assistance Program. Mr. Amador is a member of the American Psychological Association, and the American Psychology-Law Society. His research interests include a variety of forensic-related topics in the field of psychology. Visit him at
Published September 21, 2008 by Createspace. 254 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Professional & Technical, Science & Math. Fiction

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