p.(x) = Big Data Determinism (2020) by Daniel Sanderson - #Googleplanksip

Using a list of the top 20 Christian Academics (living), people also search for a maximum of 500 (20 x 25) related influencers. This is the first order search. Second order search maximums yield a potential of 12,000 (500 x 25). With a mind-boggling 195 million potential results at a multiple of five (5), and 1.9073486e+15 in one order of magnitude the data get Big really fast. The Atheist and Philosopher searches start from 50, a high number, at a multiple of five (5), the 488 million potential people is 2.5 times the potential, yet we see one third (⅓) the totals for Atheist people and one fifth (⅕) for Philosophers. The potentiality of 488 million reduced to 39 million nodes. We know have a framework for the epistemology of philosophy! At least from a Google perspective, powered by people. Atheists track slightly higher at just under 60 million nodes. Compared to atheist and philosophical schemas, the Christian scholars appear fragmented; as indicated by five (5) times the nodes as philosophers. Does an initial sample size of 20 versus 50 make a difference? We don’t know. The purpose of this experiment was a proof of concept only. As a marketing agency for authors and Academics, planksip® can run the P.A.S.F. filter for clients. Why is there a cost? “As is”, the P.A.S.F. violates the terms and fair use policies of Google’s search functionality. The data is available, but at a cost. We can use these search algorithms on a list of concepts, Newtonian Giants, a book, a Chapter, or a series of books. The focus is literature and Thought Leadership.


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