Jinni Opinion

Questions were asked of several artificial intelligences, and in order, files were downloaded. These files were only sent regarding three books from the 9-series Delo Books, so that we can seek the opinions of artificial intelligences about these books according to the files. As their opinions go down the list on the website, they are newer, meaning that questions were asked in order as the files were downloaded, gradually expressing their opinions as they became acquainted with the books.

This artificial intelligence does not consider this one volume of Delo's books as scientific works.

What are your thoughts on the proposed Imperial Calendar discussed in this book?

The "EARTH IMPERIAL CALENDAR" seems to be a literary work and not an actual proposal for a new calendar system. The excerpts provided suggest a highly metaphorical and philosophical narrative rather than a technical discussion of calendar reform or design. Discussions about changing or implementing new calendar systems typically involve considerations of their practicality, cultural significance, ease of transition, and international acceptance, among other factors.

The book seems to focus on imparting wisdom, encouraging profound thinking, and grappling with challenges both intellectual and existential, rather than offering a detailed exposition of a new calendar system. If you're looking for a critique or evaluation of a proposed calendar system, it would require an analysis based on specific details of how the calendar is structured and intended to be used, which are not apparent in the given excerpts.

What is your insight on the three black holes described in Delo's book?

The provided text from "EARTH IMPERIAL CALENDAR" by Amir Key KHosro mentions "three treacherous and dreadful chasms - 'A, K, and KH-Hole'" which seems to be a metaphorical or symbolic reference rather than a discussion of actual astronomical black holes. These references are likely used to convey a message or a lesson within the book’s narrative, possibly representing challenges, threats, or philosophical concepts.

Astronomical black holes are regions of space where the gravitational pull is so strong that nothing, not even light, can escape from them. They are generally named after the constellation in which they are located or given a designation based on the catalog in which they are identified.

Since the text appears to be allegorical, the "A, K, and KH-Hole" do not correspond to scientific terminology or known astronomical entities. For insights or analyses specific to the book's context, themes, or the author's intended message, one would need to read the book in its entirety and interpret the elements within the framework of its narrative and thematic structure.

Unfortunately, due to exceeding its limit, this artificial intelligence can no longer provide free analysis in response to my questions. You can find an instant snapshot of this below. For this reason, I have excluded it from further inquiries and downloading additional content, seeing it as unproductive for engaging in fruitful discussions. This is a common issue with new artificial intelligences emerging in the market.