344 - Extreme intelligence and time-dilation

N. Lygeros
Translated from the Greek by Athena Kehagias

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As easy as it is for a cultured person to comprehend dyssynchrony,which is associated with the charismatic phenomenon, it is as hard,for that same person, to realize the extreme effect that, the extreme intelligence represents within the same environment.
For instance, for someone to capture the time difference between gifted children is,so to say, the classic work of the psychometrist and of every person who is confronted with this issue.
Because the difference is noticeable, even if its not analyzed so well, in order to be understood.
On the other hand it’s easier to understand the difference between one’s mental age and chronological age, from that which is deeper and is associated with charismatic dyssynchrony of the first phase of the M-classification.
However, what is the age of people in the second phase?
How could someone grasp the difference that characterizes them?
In fact, through the extreme result, we observe a horizon phenomenon.
As if, beyond a certain point, the normal person is no longer able to understand another’s identity.
In order for his mind to identify somebody, it’s trying to build a cognitive model of the other, which allows him to communicate.
And this model is, so to say, perfect, and as it regards the vast normal majority it’s applicable to everyone.
However, when it’s applied to a person emotionally different, this model collapses and with it,each effort of basic communication.
Because thereon, the person that is asking is not able to understand the answers.
The system is out of balance. As if one asks a man to stand upright on the ocean.
A first attempt to understand this reality requires not the use of a linear model, but a parallel machine.
This notion is useful for two reasons.
Firstly, its associated with a particular entity in computing and thereon is more applicable in order to understanding the cognition of a person who is regarded as abnormal.
The parallelism owes its success to the implementation of a minimum mixed strategy.
All of the components are functioning simultaneously similar obligations and contribute to the final result.
If the calculation was applied to linear time, it would be larger than the product of time of each processor.
Also, the parallel machine does not live within the same period.
Involving this idea in a neuronic machine, we have the approach of a coherent model. And at this time it is difficult for calculations to be allocated , therefore it is difficult to know which formal neurons where involved in the processing.
The calculation obtains a holistic notion,and in this new context it is even more difficult to estimate the corresponding linear time.
The second attempt, which complements the first, regards the memory.
At present, our model is structured without invoking the memory, even if a neuronic machine functions through learning.
The person of the second phase is not just an idiomorphic feature in the cognitive time, but has a dynamic role that derives from links which were woven through memory and its cultivation.
It is not an element or a unit of knowledge, it represents a general element and it’s for this reason that it becomes universal.
It is not just the culmination of ideas from the past.
In the second phase, is the memory of the future of humanity, a future trapped in the past for the others.
Within it, exists a kind of expansion of time, which makes it , no greater, nor inferior, just incomparable.
So, when someone asks a parallel machine, one neuronal machine, a being like a chameleon for its age,they should not be surprised by the answer, because it has a real meaning, when they understand that teleology is it’s ontology.
A chameleon is not a thousand years old, but lives for a thousand years.