Second brain development actively mitigates cognitive decline

Second brain architecture closely resembles human cognitive architecture and provides a framework for cognitive augmentation. Therefore, one’s time investment in the development of a second brain can be seen as an active measure for mitigating cognitive decline. Many cognitive functions decline with age, yet the computational capabilities of the second brain (e.g. fluid search) increase through the years, making it possible for cognitive functions (e.g. working memory) to be compensated exosomatically.