When scientists discover their framework of assumptions and problem-solving methods no longer works, they must move to a new framework in which they do. It used to be called a paradigm shift. The shift occurs because the old paradigm no longer can accommodate new variables. It’s still a mystery exactly when such shifts take place. […]
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