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05 January 2013


On the road to knowledge I've noticed more than once that the apparent was false.

I learned the word counterintuitive.

I've also recently learned that there are things that are intuitive and obvious once you have the knowledge that are not apparent while you are learning it.

Students like to jump to conclusions.  It's also stuff that takes years to learn and absorb, so a beginner isn't going understand much of what I am trying to say at first.

This is very frustrating.

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