Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Featured Book: Model III: The Longitudinal Star Gate 14 Model: An In-Depth Perspective of Sequential Conglomerates Informatics. Edition 1 by Siafa B. Neal

About the book:

Reminiscing through the quiet contemplations in the corners of my mind, like the gentle meandering streams of viscous channel flow, with its ever so fluid twists, turns and churns, along the seemingly endless river banks, where the streams erode the land, I cannot help but find my true self, in an endless barrage of possibilities and problematic probabilities, yet, while enjoying those inspirational moments in time while contemplating my next move, I cannot help but sigh, at the momentous capacity of knowing the seemingly endless, in-fathomable depths of my learning capacities. The game in question, yet, as you may surmise, without doubt, is not the conventional game of classical Chess, but rather, the beginnings of an exponential conglomerate of the space-age game of 3-Dimensional Chess, where the contenders are more likely to be closely human resembling programmable Robots or Androids that have human-like response, action-reaction behavioral inter-phases. It is without doubt, in order to be ahead of the curve of Advance Chess engagements, purchasing this book and the Board Game Model, which incidentally sells separately due to logistics problems of distribution, storage, marketing and advertising, as well as the supplemental Compact Disc (C.D.), does ignite an oasis of pragmatic knowledge gravitating towards and promoting upwards an individual’s Advance Chess playing Skills. It is at this juncture, in reference to the connecting issues of Advance 3-D Chess and artificial Robotic Intelligence, I pose the following questions to you, the Reader, “Are we there yet?” and “How long does it take?”

About the author:

I dedicate the entirety of this book to my Savior, Jesus Christ for His tender Divine Mercies for sparing my life. I also dedicate this book to my loving mother, Anna B. Neal, through whose unconditional love and compassion allows me to complete this book. My fond memories jolt back to my youthful days when my dad, David Franklin Neal, Sr., taught me my first lessons in the etiquettes of classical chess. Unfortunately, my junior brother Franklin never seem to respect those etiquettes in those times when he was about to lose the game. He would simply scatter the pieces across the chess board. I am not sure if he would still do the same today. HA, HA. It is funny that old habits or inclinations to those habits sometimes never seem to fade away. The fascination of International Chess Competitions among professional players, like the Grand Masters from Russia, Gary Karpov, Kasparov and Vladimir Kraminik and the Grand Masters from the U.S.A. , Bobby Fisher and Paul Morphy, intuitively spark my desire to design chess games that require higher degrees of cognitive elasticity. My experiences in past chess games at the noncompetitive levels reflects a state of boredom. I find that by raising the levels of cognitive techniques, rules and applications of this mental warfare, an avid chess enthusiast would find no comparison to the scope, brevity, depth, dexterity and richness this Advance Chess game offers, to which may I add, was my design and may someday be marketable world wide. This brings into mind how little, we, as masters of the planet, use our mental capabilities for our daily decision making processes. We only use a minuscule fraction of our total mental capacities and thus cease to develop our minds to their full potentials thereby leaving it to remain in its infancy. The brevity of computers or application robotics, in conjunction with artificial intelligence, in comparison to the human mind is comparable to just a speck of sand along a vast ocean floor. The link to today’s progressive technologies has only widened the expanse of our understanding of the human mind and its network complexities. An adaptable developing mind is capable of adjusting and surviving the pressures of today’s rapid technological progression. The frequent use of the techniques that apply to the games of Advance Chess does produce, from my understanding of the biological synaptic composition of our minds, an alert conscious mind which is relatively free from the drawbacks of Attention Deficit Hypertension Disorder (A.D.H.D.) that is an ailment of many people globally. Thus, the techniques of play in the Advance Chess games require the use of a keen sense of concentration and a awareness of the rules and regulations pertaining to the model in question. This follows a common phrase, “Use it, or lose it.” The key to a successful completion for any Player in the Advance Chess Games is the willingness to have an open mind and a particularly keen awareness of the techniques, rules and applications that apply to that particular model. When I play Advance Chess whether it is solitaire (with an imaginary opponent) or with a challenger, I almost always apply the motto: “When you have exhausted all the possibilities, whatever remains, however infintesimal, then becomes a possibility.” Enjoy and have fun while at play because, “You are what you think.” After all, it is not so much about the thrill of winning games as it is about the ardent quality of play as it relates to the rules and applications that precedes the Patterns and Processes of the logic sequential premise that Advance Chess offers.


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