-Two people looking at the same thing using different lenses of interpretation.
This concept was derived from the Nicholas Epley’s Mindwise.
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If this concept hasn’t already manifested in your mind, or has yet to deem itself familiar to you, then allow me to expand until it becomes so.
The lens problem, as Epley calls it, is not necessarily an issue or primarily a beneficial factor to anyone or anything; It is not strictly left or right. The lens problem merely states that two different people could be staring at one thing and see it differently due to the lens through which they are viewing it.
For instance, who won that race? Well, runner 1 had his foot over the line before runner 2, but runner 2 had his arm over the line before runner 1. The only rule specifying the winner is: whoever crosses the line first. If…
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