Progress is inherently a process of vulnerabilities to perceive and manage. If it does not move at a speed that precludes perfection, it may not advance at all. I am reminded of the saying that a ship in harbor is safe, but that is not what ships are built for.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
I seem to remember an earlier comment from you to the effect that we must not let the pursuit of “perfection" blind us to the “good enough” that is possible and achievable sooner within available resources.
Current progress in medical understanding is such that it has been speculated that the first person to live to 1,000 may have already been born! Every day you and I do countless things that, to our grandparents, were absolutely impossible!
Best in 2021,