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The intricate interconnectedness and synergistic interplay among genes across diverse life forms and natural phenomena, leading to the development of exceptional cognitive and physical abilities.

  • The prefix “co-“ comes from Latin and means “with, together, joint, or jointly”. It is used in adjectives, adverbs, nouns and verbs to convey the meaning of doing something together with another person or thing.
  • *gene-” coined 1905 by Danish scientist Wilhelm Ludvig Johannsen (1857-1927), from Greek genea “generation, race” (from PIE root *gene- “give birth, beget”). De Vries had earlier called them pangenes. Gene pool is attested from 1946.
  • The suffix “-ant” is used to describe a state, quality, condition, or action. It means “having the quality of,” “doing,” or “capable of.” It is a very common suffix in English, and it is used to form nouns, adjectives, and verbs.

The Cogenant novel series is not just a sci-fi adventure that will keep you on the edge of your seat. The Cogenant novel series are a mind-bending exploration of identity, the ethical implications of artificial intelligence, and the unshakeable human spirit. Embark on a thrilling journey through vivid worlds where action collides with deep philosophical questions about consciousness, perception, and what it truly means to be human.

As the story unfolds, the lines between flesh and steel blur, forcing you to confront unsettling truths about our reliance on technology. Where does human agency end and artificial intelligence begin? Is the essence of humanity found in our bodies or in our minds? These are the questions that sizzle beneath the surface of every adventure in the Cogenant books.

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