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Humans are invited to write cell backbones as complex numbers by writing polyribonucleotides as computable numbers

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摘要: Polymer aggregates and molecular polymers are written as computable numbers, resulting in a unity between cells and universal Turing machines with the Entscheidungsproblem. However, whether the Entscheidungsproblem of cells really exists remains elusive. Alan Turing found universal Turing machines read only computable numbers written by humans who further differentiate transcendental numbers from the set of computable numbers by Georg Cantor’s diagonal process. It follows that the decidability of the Entscheidungsproblem derived from humans eliminates the independence of computable numbers from each other and enables computable numbers to be fused with each other into the set of computable numbers, with the result that humans are endowed with a capacity to read of the fusion of computable numbers with each other into the set of computable numbers by humans to read the set of computable numbers bearing computable numbers by being endowed with a capacity to write computable numbers. Accordingly, it is shown here how humans are invited to write cell backbones as complex numbers read by artificial intelligence machines emulated by cells by writing polyribonucleotides as computable numbers read by universal Turing machines emulated by extracellular ribosomes to extend Georg Cantor’s continuum hypothesis by being invited to extend Alan Turing’s work on the Entscheidungsproblem, resulting in a unity between cells and artificial intelligence machines without the Entscheidungsproblem.

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