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Speculating: A better one than Mr. Dunbar’s.

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Suggesting: Go and tell him he doesn’t have a brain on one of his own posts, and say why you think so, so we can watch him mop the floor with you.

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It might work, if your Grid had a brain.

]]>That seems simple enough, so the complexity is not in the math, but what the math represents: zero velocity at maximum acceleration as defined.

A potential has two possibilities; it exists or it doesn’t exist, so there is a force between these two potentials, but no velocity. Maybe it is accelerating into itself and creating more nothing, quadratically. Now that sounds complex.

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Cut the input variables by half, and your subsequent variety *exponent* goes down quadratically.

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