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The Sublime and Symmetry Breaking


Ian Beardsley

Copyright © 2019 by Ian Beardsley

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The Sublime

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Early on, about 2007 (Beardsley, Cosmic Archaeology, 2007, ISBN: 978-0-595-47083-9) I
suggested artificial intelligence (AI) should have the golden ratio (PHI) or its conjugate (phi) in its
means geometric arithmetic, and harmonic (by molar mass):

Where Si (silicon) is one of the core semiconductor materials used to make AI circuitry, and P
(phosphorus) and B (boron) are central semiconductor doping agents.

It was not until around 2016 (Beardsley, 2016, The AI Cookbook, ISBN: 978-1-365-15740-0)
that I wrote it like this:

It wasn’t until around 2016 (Beardsley, Artificial Intelligence 2016, ISBN: 978-365-50200-2)
when I noticed that the ratio of the central biological elements (C, N, O, H) to the central AI
elements (Si, P, B) were approximately phi, as well (by molar mass).

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It was at this point that I realized that there was a dynamic connection between artificial
intelligence and biological life which was:

I wrote this as:

Where HNCO is isocyanic acid, the most basic organic compound. I then wrote in the
arithmetic mean:

I then guessed that since there was P/Si + B/Si + 1 there should be Ga/Ge + As/Ge +1 since
Ge (germanium) is a central semiconductor material as well (first generation, Si second), and
gallium (Ga) and Arsenic (As) are central doping agents like P and B. This worked out nice:

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And this was further nice, because around 2017 (Beardsley, AI And The Natural Life Elements,
2017, ISBN: 978-1-387-36728-3) I compared the ratio between the two factors, and found it
was equal to Zn/Se, were ZnSe is zinc selenide, an intrinsic semiconductor and thus a central
feature to AI. It later turned out to be central to further discoveries. Thus I wrote:

Finally allowing the ultimate expression:

It was at this point for which I sought to where I could find the elements for which the equation
worked nearly perfectly, so I could replace the approximately equal to, to an equal to. I got it
right on the first guess. I guessed since recurrent has been the form x/z+y/z+1, as in

P/Si+B/Si+1 and Ga/Ge+As/Ge+1 that it would be of that form. And, I guessed the
components to that form were H2O (water), CH4 (methane), and NH3 (ammonia) because
these mixed together make amino acids, the building blocks of life (MIller-Urey Experiment).

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This was around 2018 (Beardsley, Artificial Intelligence Is Connected to Evolution, 2018, ISBN:

I found in that same year, same book, that the same could be done for first generation
semiconductor material Ge and central doping agents, Ga, and As, except with unity as
opposed with phi. Also using CHNOPS, the most abundant biological elements by mass:

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It was in this work that I made the guess that evolution of AI parallels the evolution of biological
life. I made the guess that primitive computers would have mathematical connections to the
primordial biological life elements. This guess worked on the first try. Since primitive
computers were vacuum tubes with tungsten filaments (W) as the cathodes and were encased
in basically silica (SiO2, or glass), I was happy to see that:

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It is now March 17, 2019 and I guess if the Universe is to be sublime, it should be elegant,
exciting and, designed with sublime aestics, which is what I have always done in this project,
and it has always panned out, that if

has perfection in the precursors of the amino acids as


should have perfection for some aspect of biological components. Since Ga/Ge+As/Ge+1 is
approximately three, and Ga/Si+As/Si+1 is approximately 6, it is in other things. One might
hazard to guess, since the former is in the amino acids, the latter will be in the sugars and the
monomer of the sugars, that are a big part of the biological, ribose, deoxyribose,
glyceraldehyde, and formaldehyde used to make glyceraldehyde, ribose, and DNA and RNA,
the instructions for biological life. It turns out it is:

Thus, where silicon is associated with the amino acids, germanium is associated with the DNA
and RNA.

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