(I suppose that this amazing picture can serve as a metaphor also for life, for science, for human rights, for happiness and for a variety of other things.) Picture: AFP Suez Canal: the Ever Green ship blockage.
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Most specifically, this is how working on complexity lower bounds feels. The lower bounds on the boat’s keel are the main problem…