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    Default Re: Speed Of Particle Flow Alone Determines Power?

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    If "Speed of Particle Flow Alone Determines Power", then why is the world's speediest animal on the endangered species list the past 50 years, nearing extinction?



    The Peregrine Falcon is capable of reaching speeds up to 200 mph while making a downwards dive.

    Scientologists are not yet able to move their bodies quite that fast; nonetheless, they have been extraordinarily successful at making other items dive downwards at breathtaking speeds--such as their membership statistics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Free to shine View Post
    What that policy did was encourage confusion. The more someone rushes to achieve the 'product' or whatever, the more likely it is that something is missed and goes wrong. Completing a 'target' on time has little value if the end result is rubbish. Which most of the programs are.

    Yes!

    That is why there was the "quicky Grades" problem decades ago.
    The emphasis on finding and describing "knowledge structures" that are somewhere "inside" the individual encourages us to overlook the fact that human cognition is always situated in a complex sociocultural world and cannot be unaffected by it. - Edwin Hutchins
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