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Quantum Endeavors

An optimist assumes that an endeavor will be successful.

A pessimist assumes it will fail. A realist does not assume.

The realist sees (or, more correctly, doesn’t see) the outcome of an endeavor just as Schrödinger saw his cat, where the endeavor has both succeeded and failed and the quantum realities do not collapse until the end of the endeavor is passed.

This is why realists often accomplish more while suffering more stomach aches.


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