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Gray Areas Will Result From Creative Thinking

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Posted by Whittier on September 16, 2002 01:29:57 UTC

Applause for Yannopolis-Ruquist's summary and for Stafford's work at the level I understand them.


My two cents:
It is not a determinist universe model.
Finer-grain estimates can improve our options.
Compututational errors will still occur.
What works on the atomic level will have some value too on the macro-level.
Creative thinking will create gray areas in macro applications of this. Uncreative human group choices have more predictable consequences.

Sincerely,
Mike

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