Nonpredictable Future

The future is fundamentally difficult to understand. It is evasive, and yet also inevitable.

It is evasive because any attempt to predict it necessarily changes the effects that produce it. Trying to then include that data becomes a circular intractable loop.

The future is inevitable in the sense that continuing to exist and continuing to place demands upon the market and the environment changes what occurs.

You can’t predict the future, but you can learn from the past.


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