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This paper curates a vast collection of human knowledge, gathered during the process of investigating the fundamentals of intelligence. It is an effort that hopes to provide students and researchers a quick overview of the complexities that constitute intelligence, so that anybody setting out to design an artificial intelligence or investigate intelligence would be able to perform a meta-analysis based on the facts presented and either delve into further research and/or re-think and re-design artificial intelligence without being biased by contemporary knowledge.