While trying to improve my chess game in 1990 I accidentally discovered a complete model of intelligence. It seemed to explain every example of intelligence I could find. Today, after more than 30 years of looking for exceptions, I can still find none. It turns out this is a meaningful situation in science. Ask any scientist.

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Over time I also began to realize that the model of intelligence I had discovered seemed to apply to many aspects of biochemistry, then inorganic chemistry too. In other words the model 'of intelligence' also seemed to work as a model of bonding for all of physics and chemistry as well.

My hypothesis in 2017 when I first published a formal scientific description of the model (on Kindle https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B071D4T5ZB/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i0)  is that the new model of intelligence is actually a new law of physics, and a newly recognizable process in nature, explaining phenomena at all scales in the universe, from small 'particles' to cosmic galaxies, and everything in-between.

This understanding was undoubtedly pivotal in helping me to discover the other models of the new framework for science. More on that elsewhere...