Unity+ Posted May 3, 2014 Share Posted May 3, 2014 (edited) I was thinking about the quote "Nothing is impossible" and it brought up the idea of carrying out a specific task the same, but with a different set of restrictions or rules applied to that task needed to be done. Yes, certain things are impossible because of the rules of physics and the rules of mathematics, but some how we find a way to accomplish that task another way. I find it interesting how this can be done even within a different set of rules and restrictions. So, it got me thinking that these tasks being done in a different set of restrictions can be generalized by a function that if you have found the process of completing a task within one set of restrictions then you can find the process of completing a task with any set of restrictions. What does anyone think about this idea? Is it something to think about? I put this in the mathematics section because it is taking an algorithm and defining it for all set of rules. Edited May 3, 2014 by Unity+ Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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