The bell curve is an ideal and like all ideologies there are limits to its utility. Pattern recognition software and biochemical calculations regulate our intentionality. A symbiosis between man and machine. Black swans and other such extremophiles lie dormant in oceans of randomness. Be careful.

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Said the Emperor

Life stands before me like an eternal spring with new and brilliant clothes.

- Carl Friedrich Gauss (1777-1855)

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The bell curve is an ideal and like all ideologies there are limits to its utility. Pattern recognition software and biochemical calculations regulate our intentionality. A symbiosis between man and machine. Black swans and other such extremophiles lie dormant in oceans of randomness. Be careful.  

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