Hope for No Change

”People hate change, and with good reason. Change makes us stupider, relatively speaking. Change adds new information to the universe; information that we don’t know. Our knowledge—a percentage of all the things the can be known—goes down a tick every time something changes… On the other hand, change is good for the people who are causing the change. They understand the new information that is being added to the universe. They grow smarter in comparison with the rest of us. This is reason enough to sabotage their efforts.” (page 198, The Dilbert Principle, by Scott Adams)

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About David Roman

Communicator. I tweet @dromanber.
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