2004 : WHAT'S YOUR LAW? [1]

david_deutsch's picture [5]
Physicist, University of Oxford; Author, The Beginning of Infinity; Recipient, Edge Computation Science Prize
Deutsch's Law

Every problem that is interesting is also soluble.

Corollary #1

Inherently insoluble problems are inherently boring.

Corollary #2

In the long run, the distinction between what is interesting and what is boring is not a matter of subjective taste but an objective fact.

Corollary #3

The problem of why every problem that is interesting is also soluble, is soluble.