In TRIZ, used for finding out practical inventive solutions to engineering problems, they say: “Remember that the fields include mechanical, thermal, chemical, acoustic, electrical, magnetic,gravitational, weak nuclear and strong nuclear. “

In TRIZ, used for finding out practical inventive solutions to engineering problems, they say:

“Remember that the fields include mechanical, thermal, chemical, acoustic, electrical, magnetic,gravitational, weak nuclear and strong nuclear. ”

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They don’t deal in quantum physics but they deal with everything classical. So, maybe inverting your issue to see what’s on “the other side” may help.

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It seems to me that once you have tangents, the ONLY thing they _must_ have in common is the connection point where the transformation occurs.

Beyond that, well it’s a tangent. It can do whatever you need it to without necessarily affecting anything it’s a tangent from.

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