Day 315: There Can Be No Solution, Without Understanding The Problem

An interesting part about doing homework, is sometimes you learn about the things that you find out you don’t know. However, in order to create a solution you must understand the problem. I find this hilarious when people discuss somewhat difficult topics. They pronounce the answers as if the world is simple, without truly understanding the problem. In logic sometimes you have to account for other OR statements. But if you limit yourself to this or that you limit your solution by not understanding the problem. Somehow people tend to miss OR statements in real life all the time, and imagine that the way to fix solutions is simply picking a side. Rather than adding an alternative measure. Or/Or solutions are much better than simply Or as it forces a non-polar decision.

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