Well, I’ve had trouble for years trying to reconcile my thoughts on the natural but awkward graininess of things with the smooth continuities that literally ‘gloss over’ important bumpinesses… and so it’s been a lot of back and forth for me. With logic, I always had trouble with the notion of the “law of excluded middle” because there always sseems to be something connecting things – even if it ‘s something as simple as us ‘noticing’ them at the same time – we become the connector – or it could be when we’re not looking such as various fields eventually meeting up, etc. and when I look at computing, the amount of trouble we go through to SIMULATE exclusive 0/1 logic is intense, the amount of cooling required, etc.

Well, I’ve had trouble for years trying to reconcile my thoughts on the natural but awkward graininess of things with the smooth continuities that literally ‘gloss over’ important bumpinesses… and so it’s been a lot of back and forth for me. With logic, I always had trouble with the notion of the “law of excluded middle” because there always sseems to be something connecting things – even if it ‘s something as simple as us ‘noticing’ them at the same time – we become the connector – or it could be when we’re not looking such as various fields eventually meeting up, etc. and when I look at computing, the amount of trouble we go through to SIMULATE exclusive 0/1 logic is intense, the amount of cooling required, etc.

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