nonintuitiveness

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“A non-running computer produces fewer errors,” says Hosten.

That’s fairly intuitive on the surface. But, the trick to this statement is the computer is still giving answers. It’s not running, but it’s working better than before.

Odd thing that. Gotta love quantum mechanics. It makes talking about the Trinity sound like common sense.

I think the some of the monastics I’ve read say much the same thing, contra ministry manuals, which are so terribly Newtonian even if they do like to throw the phrase “paradigm shift” around a lot.

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