4.7.1. Building a machine that surpasses humans in a more than one capability
Let's assume we want to build a machine that surpasses humans in a more than one capability. We can for example integrate a chess computer with a bulldozer, in order to get a chess-playing bulldozer, or a sand-moving chess computer. It is possible. But it has not been done yet, because such a machine – integrating the capabilities of different domains – is useless and very unpractical.
Even when we try to integrate systems of domains that are less different – like a car and an airplane – we will eventually discover that the design of the integrated vehicle is weaker than the individual designs of the car and the airplane. So, it is possible to make a road-legal airplane, or a car able to fly. But the integrated vehicle will always be weaker than the individual designs of the car and the airplane.
Apparently, we are limited to design systems that surpass human capabilities in a limited domain. So, apparently, it requires divine, superhuman or supernatural capabilities – not being subject to the laws of nature – to design general intelligence. This proves that we have a divine origin.