You can easily comprehend the GID-model as presented in various articles on this website.
In this article, a basic human "thought" procedure is described. It is employed to demonstrate the simplest and, yet, most significant aspect of the GID-model. This aspect is related to descriptions for ordinary human experiences. It is shown how these descriptions are translated rationally into statements that describe the behavior of an higher-intelligence.
What does the term "infinite" mean in modern science? Well, without some intuitive idea as to what this means, then modern scientific theories would have little meaning. In Quantum Field Theory is the statement that the quantum field that corresponds to "light" can have "infinite range." One can intuitively think of this concept, relative to content, as stating that it has the property of being "greater in content" than the finite notion. It was claimed for a hundred years, by some, that we cannot completely imagine such a concept. But, else, this is not true. (See this article on this website if you actually want to "imagine" one type of this concept.) Further, there is an important additional technical note on the type of infinite being expressed in this article prior to the "References." It is a rather special "infinite" concept that is the major predicted characteristic that differentiates human behavior from that of an higher-intelligence.
In , aspects of human behavior are described, where such behavior is described using the term "finite" as this term is understood in its most common sense of counting. The physical foundations for all of science is the notion of language. The General Grand Unification (GGU) Model is based upon this foundation. This is why its results cannot be rationally rejected. But, they can be ignored and prevented from becoming well known.
Human beings "speak" to themselves when they "think," do they not? In the beginning, when we learn to read combined strings of symbols, we are often told to "read to yourselves." If you don't have a special brain or are not a "speed" reader, then does this form of thinking not "sound like" a mental "voice"? Human beings also make mental "images" as well when they "think." One can mentally "see" symbols and diagrams and sometimes rather strange images. The written English language and many others use symbols that represent spoken language-elements. Mathematics uses symbols and often gives them names. The GGU-model uses a representation, L, for the general concept of a language. Then it is mathematically modeled, in two different ways. Thus, one can consider L as composed of the written symbolic representations for a common written language, as well as collections of diagrams, displayed images and, by the methods of virtual reality, even other human sensory inputs.
The set L represents these aspects of the human brain and various portions of L correspond to this notion of "thinking." One does not continually included the word "representation" when the symbol L is used.
There is a third aspect of "thinking." "I can't find the words, as yet, to express exactly what I mean. But, maybe this will help, although its not quite right." Such statements as these are very common. If there are "thoughts" one wishes to express, they often do not immediately correspond to concise words or images. But, in this case, what are the mental forms for the unexpressed "thoughts"? How do we even know that we have such "thoughts"? Whatever the brain is doing in these many, many cases, it does not correspond to the basic type of thoughts we need in order to easily comprehend the GID-model.
Relative to the language L, facts can be informally stated about how a symbolic language represents such thinking. These facts can relate to such mental processes. For example, most "human beings construct meaningful statements from finitely long words." These words represent or model sounds we utter or mentally hear. They do not just correspond to random collections of symbols. It is the "finite" word we hear. It is finite since we "hear" the sound "start and stop." This is a fact whether the word is auditory or purely mental in character. Hence, usually, "human beings construct meaningful written statements from finitely long thoughts." Then we can include mental images. Further, I can mentally see an image and then I mentally "talk about it." Most often images are of finite mental content. But, there are special ways to change this finite content notion. Thus, the extended language notion can be included in this "thoughts" idea.
Next is a list of statements that gives facts about human beings stated in terms of the "thoughts" concept relative, at least, to mental "sounds" and "images." In this list, the term "word" means the mental type. Of course, these statements can all be rephrase in terms of employed symbolic representations.
(1) A human being constructs meaningful thoughts from a finite set of finitely long words.
(2) These thoughts are members of a language L. The language L includes diagrams and other humanly comprehensible forms for images.
(3) Consider a finite counting number. A single rule for deduction, modus ponens, applied to a single hypothesis yields a corresponding finite set of conclusions via a human form of rational deduction applied over a small time period. The finite counting number is a measure of human intelligence.
(4) A human being can generally design (describe) each member of a finite set of physical-systems and can rationally produced a finite step-by-step intertwining design for a finite slice of a universe. Then a human being can rationally produce a step-by-step finite collection of the designed slices.
(5) A human begin constructs a set of thoughts, using members of L, that give specific rules for combining elementary building materials so as to yield these designs.
(6) A human being changes thoughts into physical entities and physical-systems. (By definition, physical-systems are composed of physical entities or other physical-systems. For example, entities - bricks, nails, wallboard: physical-systems - fireplaces, walls, rooms.)
The language aspects of these statements are directly related to mathematical symbolism. Then the mathematics PREDICTS other mathematical entities. These predictions can then be interpreted using modifications of the above (1) - (6) statements. This interpretation yields the GID-model. (There are many more such statements that are mathematically modeled.) Of course, one need not make such an interpretation and then one gets various GGU-model schemes from which one can choose. These predictions do not come from the standard mathematics used by almost everyone in the world who uses mathematics. So, since it corresponds to nothing to which most have been exposed, individuals may need to trust me and accept the interpreted predictions based upon my expertise in the mathematics. However, they may reject them simply based upon my changed philosophic stance. Of course, this does not prohibit individuals from accepting the secular GGU-model. But, then again, maybe it does since so many scientific theories that are not directly verifiable seem to be created in the hopes of eliminating a GID-model type interpretation. As long as science uses language, this cannot be done.
The types of human thoughts being considered above are assumed by physical science to be the results of physical electro-chemical actions. Physical actions that we perform change such thoughts into physical reality. Further, standard training within the physical sciences has yielded some highly successful but possibly imaginary models that predict physical behavior. It may be difficult to eliminate from ones acquired methods the idea that various questions have meaningful answers relative to our level of intelligence. For this article, individuals should not concern themselves with attempting to answer the following two questions. Of what entities are the higher-intelligence thoughts composed? How does an higher-intelligence change thoughts into various realities? Although within present-day physical science it may be difficult to do so, it appears more appropriate, at least in this case, to rely upon Deut. 29:29 and Prov. 3:5.
In above five statements, one can simply substitute, for certain strings of symbols, other strings of symbols and informally describe the behavior of a predicted "higher-intelligence." However, this does not yield any great comprehension as to actual higher-intelligence behavior since, for example, one would also need to substitute for such a word as "finite" the word "hyperfinite." There is an additional fact that does produce better and rather immediate comprehension since the required "new" terms have other properties that can be employed.
It turns out that there are relationships between the "higher-intelligence" concept and the human being. The (1) - (6) physical statements and the higher-intelligence statements listed below yield a comparative understanding as to the differences between human intelligence and that of an higher-intelligence. The mathematics shows that the higher-intelligence can do everything that is described in the first six statements. For example, in the first five statements, the phrase "human being," and the words "humanly" and "human" can be replaced with the phrase higher-intelligence and the statements are essentially also predicted by the model. This yields rationally predicted statements such as "An higher-intelligence can construct sets of humanly comprehensible thoughts from a finite set of finitely long words." (The reason for this being rationally predicted is given prior to the "References" list.) In this case, the finite word is represented as a symbolic member of L. In a second case, by a special approach, a few higher-intelligence words (ultraword) can be humanly comprehended although they are symbolic members of *L and not members of L. In the third case, which is the usual case, higher-intelligence words are members of *L, which are not members of L and are entirely humanly incomprehensible.
The higher-intelligence can also do a lot that human beings cannot do. The following statements characterize the "higher" part of the terms employed. When not restricted to our physical world, they imply that, relative to the characterizing properties, the modified word has various "infinitely strong" properties relative to the unmodified finite properties one associates with the word following the prefix. This GID-model "infinite" has additional mathematical and interpreted characteristics not stated below.
(1) An higher-intelligence can construct meaningful higher-thoughts from finite and infinite sets of finite and infinitely long higher-words (ultrawords).
(2) These higher-thoughts are members of an higher-language *L, which includes the language L. The higher-language *L includes higher-diagrams and other higher-intelligence comprehensible forms for higher-images.
(3) Consider an infinite counting number. A single rule for deduction, modus ponens, applied to a single hypothesis yields a corresponding infinite set of conclusions, via an higher-intelligence form of rational deduction (hyper-deduction) applied over a miniscule time period. The infinite counting number is a measure of higher-intelligence.
(4) A higher-intelligence can generally design each member of a finite or infinite set of physical-systems, physical-like systems or systems that produce "ultranatural events" and can rationally produced a finite or infinite step-by-step intertwined design for a finite or infinite hyper-slice of a hyper-universe. (Various hyper-slices, for a hyper-universe, contain all of the produced physical entities and physical-systems.) Then an higher-intelligence can rationally produce, in a specific order, the entire finite or infinite collection of the designed hyper-slices. (There are predicted hyper-slices disjoint from our physical universe. These can yield hidden universes that are associated with ours .)
(5) An higher-intelligence constructs a set of higher-thoughts, using members of *L, that give specific higher-rules for combining elementary building materials so as to yield these designs. (By application of special techniques, these specific higher-rules are humanly comprehensible.)
(6) An higher-intelligence changes thoughts into higher-physical entities and higher-physical-systems (often termed as physical-like systems). (By restriction, the higher-physical entities include physical entities and higher-physical-systems include physical-systems. And, as in the physical case, higher-physical-systems may be composed of higher-physical entities or other higher-physical-systems. The compositions, by restriction, can contain physical entities or other higher-physical-systems or physical-systems. Examples, entities - x-tons, propertons: higher-physical-systems - human spirit, invisible universes, photons, electrons, physical-systems.)
The model also states that such an higher-intelligence cannot be a member of any of the produced physical universes. Indeed, it cannot be part of any of the GGU-model predicted or employed objects. From these characteristics, it is obvious that the term "higher-intelligence" can be replaced with the term "infinite-intelligence." (In the above, the term "higher" has replaced terms such as "ultra" or "hyper." It is an interpretation for a mathematical symbol *.)
Now comes the real problem for the atheists and why they apparently are so intent upon putting extreme barriers between my work, in this area, and the rest of humanity. They cannot scientifically counter these results unless they discard all that they claim is the scientific method. Worst still for them is the obvious theological interpretation, "God," for the term "higher-intelligence." For its Biblical interpretation, the GID-model employs the allowed Biblical concept of "thinking within oneself" as the Hebrew for "said." Further, this directly corresponds to the GGU-model's pre-design feature. The facts are that these and many Complete GGU-model theologically translated statements also satisfy a strict interpretation for numerously many Biblical statements. One significant statement is Paul's relative to an apparent "third heaven" higher-language. To the atheists, the public, in general, "cannot be allowed to know" that a properly constructed scientific theory could ever have these properties. Thus far, only an extreme minority has this knowledge.
(This is a technical note on the "infinite" notion as expressed in the above. The GID notion depends upon the set-theoretic axioms employed. For one well-known set of axioms, it has been shown that the actual GID-model concept of "infinite" is only partially molded via the mathematics used for this model. An in-depth discussion of this appears in the paper  in the References. This concept is a generalization of what can be mathematically measured and is termed as the "generic" notion of the infinite. Intuitively, it is a type of ultimate infinite. The term "infinite" in this case characterizes the concept of "content." If one states that a "class" of sets is infinite in content, then this ultimate infinite signifies that the entity being so characterized cannot be characterized as represented by a "set" and it has "more" content than the content associated with each member of the class.
Relative to an higher-language, the actual mathematical model states that members of the higher-language *L are composed of hyperfinitely long strings of symbols that are also taken from *L. The symbols are also members of *L. But, the original alphabet symbols and each word from L are members of *L. The "hyperfinitely long" includes the "finitely long" language-elements. Thus, although the statement is about an higher-intelligence, the presented predicted statements also hold for a restriction to our specific finite world.)
 What the Term Infinite Means. And God's Ultimate Attributes are Immeasurable via Set Theory.
 GGU-model Processes.
 Herrmann, R. A, Analysis of the Refined Details of the GGU-model and an Application to Human Corporeal and Incorporeal Experiences. http://vixra.org/abs/1403.0036