Our brain can become fossilized when fewer new brain connections are made (review previous posts). However, there is now a realization that our brain has potential powers and uses that have not even begun to be explored. As I earlier stated, there is now an understanding that even with certain brain injuries there is a brain plasticity that has a certain reserve and redundancy that may flare-up and compensate for what has been lost in another part of the brain. I advance the idea that our brain’s potential, reserve, and redundancy will take on new meaning when brain research fully includes and incorporates the sciences of Energetics (Ch. 2), Epigenetics (Ch. 6), and Noetics (Ch. 24).