18 November 2011

Heisenberg's Political Uncertainty Principle

Heisenberg's uncertainty principle adapted to politics:
You can make sense to people or you can make sense of the world. The more that you capture and explain the complexity of reality, the less you make sense to the electorate; the more that you make sense to the electorate, the less accurately you explain reality.
Thus, the tension between successful policy and successful politics.

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