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David Deutsch’s Qutotes

Not actually quotes… his law(David Deutsch is the author of ‘the fabric of reality’, a quantum physicist, another nerd in this world)

Every problem that is interesting is also soluble.

Corollary #1

Inherently insoluble problems are inherently boring.

Corollary #2

In the long run, the distinction between what is interesting and what is boring is not a matter of subjective taste but an objective fact.

Corollary #3

The problem of why every problem that is interesting is also soluble, is soluble.

Quotes taken from here

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5 thoughts on “David Deutsch’s Qutotes

  1. Kay-K says:

    of course it is…

    btw wordweb gives the following meanings for the word ‘soluble’
    1. (of a substance) capable of being dissolved in some solvent
    2. Susceptible of solution or of being solved or explained

  2. Anonymous says:

    define better- i think solvable sounds better.

    it’s truly a matter of opinion and style. but having said that, i didn’t know that soluble could be used in this context, so that’s probably why i think solvable sounds better

    awaiting more posts kay-k…where are they?

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