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Atomistic - It works and It Doesn’t …

Blog Article/Post Caveat (Read First Please: Click the Link) I use the term atomistic to give feeling and depth to what some would term, “Trivia.” The minuteness of knowledge is always a necessity until it becomes a hindrance. Every discipline known to humans requires a period of atomistic study, analysis, hypothesis and synthesis before it is stored and encoded, i.e., before we make those click-n-whirr tapes used by our lizard brains.
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