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Get Outside the Box

Evets (629327) writes | more than 6 years ago

User Journal 0

A lot of times the solution to a problem is more complicated than it needs to be. An intelligent man breaks down the problem into small known segments and applies logic to derive an optimal solution. A wise man breaks down the problem into small known segments and applies logic to derive an optimal question.

A lot of times the solution to a problem is more complicated than it needs to be. An intelligent man breaks down the problem into small known segments and applies logic to derive an optimal solution. A wise man breaks down the problem into small known segments and applies logic to derive an optimal question.

So much of what we know about the world and how it works is based on theory. That means that even our most fundamental facts are within the realm of things that can and should be questioned.

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