217 Essays on Infinite Lifespans   Manfred Clynes from our perspective want to keep qualitatively, or improve if possible, under timeconsciousness transformation. Obviously,   emotional   communication   and   generation, caresses, sighs, would have to become free of – (present) body constraints. Can that be possible without changing its qual- ity? Or, would one hope for a transformation of quality into something desirable unknown? It may seem unlikely that the exploration of changing qualities of the range of experience under  timeconsciousness  transformation  would  yield  new qualities preferable to those we know. But we do not know. We do know already that qualities of experience in dreams are rather similar to those in the waking state, even during this limited transformation. How far can this be extended? What new qualities can be created by more systematic and extensive timeconsciousness transformations? Already we sense that music is too slow to give us its feel- ing and content: the visual sense, video, is overtaking it in our culture, through its more concentrated meaning trans- fer, with its parallel input instead of serial. A symphony takes too long for our relatively fast paced world. Music is used as background for the visual. What will happen to music under timeconsciousness transformation? Its art will also be trans- formed. Problems and related aspects of that are considered next: logogenesis. LOGOGENESIS Logogenesis is the ‘invention of nature’ which appears in evolution that substitutes a quality of feeling, of experience, for convoluted thought and for reflex activity. Logogenesis is what creates qualia, the flavor of life. Like morphogenesis it is genetically controlled. Quality and its cognitive substrates arise in our brains through a genetic program details of which