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CRH Donating Member (671 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jan-22-11 09:13 PM
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28. I find there is little I am absolutely certain of, ...

I find that certitude arrogant of the possibility I might not actually know everything presently.

However, if you can humor my ignorance, why is it the 'solution space' needs be orthogonal to the problem space and therefore not quantifiable with a linear solution, or at least statistically consistent with the problem, rather than independent.

Or are both possible for any given dilemma? Doesn't it make a difference of the original perception and willingness to expand the boundaries of the perception, of the problem.

You are talking about looking up to see down. Interesting, I have to think about that some.
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