Cause and effect is not always what you think it is.

Latent Causes

David Amerland by David Amerland
Published in Inspiration

The weather you see has a complex cause. You take into account wind speed and direction, albedo, height from sea level, moisture content and saturation, thermals, ground temperature, angle of the sun and tilt of the Earth, time of the year and air pollution patterns. The point is that it is the complexity of the latent causes that hides the answers we seek. 

It is no different for everything else.


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