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AI and the Biological Connected To One Another and the Planets

By

Ian Beardsley

Copyright © 2019 by Ian Beardsley


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Not only do we see that artificial intelligence (AI) is connected to the


biological but that both are connected to the planets.
When we compare the molar mass of one atom to another, it is as if we
are comparing the mass of one atom to another, we just choose a large
number of them so as not to compare a ridiculously small amount of
grams. As well we are considering the weighted average between the
isotopes as the samples occur in nature. As such we are dealing with
their properties.
The central AI elements are Silicon (Si), Germanium (Ge), Boron (B),
Phosphorus (P), Gallium (Ga) and arsenic (As). Zinc Selenide (ZnSe) is
an intrinsic semiconductor. The central biological elements Are Carbon
(C), Hydrogen (H), Nitrogen (N), Oxygen (O), Phosphorus (P), and
Sulfur (S). The complete set of equations as I derived them is:

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The following is the equation set that came up with shows a dynamic structure common to AI
and the biological, connecting the two. It turns out to be connected to the planets:

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Derived by way of my definition of structure:


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We look at the cyclical nature of the equation set:

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Which can be expressed as vectors:


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Accurately produces magnesium, a so-called secondary nutrient for plants.


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