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Absolute Intelligence Theorem

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Absolute Intelligence Theorem by M. T. Panchal

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Absolute Intelligence Theorem

  1. 1. By M. T. Panchal
  2. 2.  The fact about human history is that no human ever perceived the word from the perspective of another being. We all know and can know what a human can know with our senses.
  3. 3.  The information we receive about the universe and the world is directly proportional to the number of senses we have.  The senses we have also are limited in their sensibilities. Exampli gratia: Our eyes can only perceive a certain range with the electromagnetic spectrum.
  4. 4.  When look into the universe or in the subatomic particle we can receive just a certain amount of information.  With the assistance of certain devices or instruments we can perceive better but still it has its own limitations.
  5. 5.  According to Absolute Intelligence theorem: "The extent to which an intelligent agent can understand and comprehend the nature and its surrounding is proportional to its "Intellectual Comprehension Capacity" (ICC). Only the one with absolute intelligence capacity can comprehend and understand the complete analysis of nature and universe. "
  6. 6.  It may be hypnotized that the knowledge and perplexities of nature and universe is infinite, so the intellectual capacity of the absolute intelligent agent will be infinite in the sense of human thinking capacity.
  7. 7.  The absolute Intelligence model is based on the context that humans are on a scale of consciousness and understanding of nature and their surroundings, not at the far end. So what lies at the far end? It is what hypothesized as Absolute intelligence, the capacity to understand, comprehend and imagine literally everything.
  8. 8.  Let us suppose a cat, human, and 'Absolute Intelligence' model.  Cat knows where is its bowl of milk and no interest in where it comes from, what constitutes it, and how it digests in its body.
  9. 9.  Human knows how a cow's body makes it, what constitutes it in molecular or nutritional form, and how it digests in their body. But he understands and comprehends the motion and behavior of the particles of milk at subatomic levels to an 'extent', and fails to contemplate the answers of the questions like, "Why is there milk and other stuff in space and the space itself rather than nothing?"
  10. 10.  As a human being or any other intelligent being we cannot think or imagine what absolute intelligence would think of this or any situation. But, as we supposed, it can comprehend and understand everything.
  11. 11.  Suppose, if we are provided the whole blueprints of the universe, with every detail, then are we in situation to comprehend it? Simply, no. So there will be a stoppage for the whole human race to accept that we have come to the point where natural perplexities seems far beyond unimaginable and complex than our thought process and understanding of the nature. Then we have to attempt to stretch our intellectual boundaries to comprehend nature or just to keep pushing the walls and wasting our time and efforts.
  12. 12.  We need a physical structure for any intelligence and consciousness to exist. For the absolute intelligence it is beyond our imagination what sort of structure it would have posed, if it exists.
  13. 13.  For the life itself it is a set of acquaintances. Every living being is just a mechanism created/happened in the nature/universe to realize to be conscious of its surrounding and itself. Not to contemplate and understand what the universe is. The vocabulary of the absolute intelligent must be infinite or absolute, and so will be its senses and the modes of receiving information.
  14. 14.  We were the animals to hunt in jungle and to live in cave. We create logics and imagine in the thoughts and vocabularies we have invented through our experiences. The complexity and the beauty of nature is far beyond the boundaries of our understanding and comprehension. The best for us is to live as what we are and not to waste our efforts and time to contemplate the dark perplexities of the nature and universe unless they are meant to comfort and develop our lifestyle.
  15. 15.  We have mind; we have to think and respond, so we must need a vocabulary, or at least a 'silent vocabulary'. Every conscious being animal, tree, or any living being poses a thought vocabulary. It is limited to the experiences of the being. All what an intelligent agent sees is just his own vocabulary and vocabulary is always experience elicited. So as we cannot experience every prospect of the universe with our five senses on our small planet with our limited tools and resources, it is impossible to understand everything or even the fraction of 'everything'.
  16. 16. M. T. Panchalis theauthorof ‘KARMA AND REDEMPTION’, and knownas the fatherof Mokism, andinventorof PanchalIndex. For more visit http://www.mtpanchal.com. Or read Karmaand Redemption.

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