What had caused the human''s big bang from being concentric with the universe, and what had transformed that harmonious image into a conflict and a Diasporic entropy, is his position in the epicenter, far from the universal tree. By saying that the person is in the epicenter, one means that one''s emotions are extrinsic with regard to the nucleus (neural-net) despite the fact that they are inside the person. Being in the epicenter is being eccentric, and being eccentric means one''s emotions are precarious and flow with turmoil. This book is not simply a reenactment of historical events or an examination of outward existential behavior, along with its inward psychological reality. Rather, it is a description of a concept showing how the human being has the potentiality to centripetally internalize the cosmic forces that were scattered centrifugally outside of him, and then convert them into a single energy within the self.