Entropy, Dissolution, Integration in Thirty-eight Words

Too much through-put:  too much entropy.
(Entropy is a measure of the number of possible states a system can occupy.)
Too much change:  too many possibilities.
Same thing.
Integrate - or - dissolve.
The rest is debris.

Flush twice.

Intent arises from an unfathomable depth, in us.
Actions express intent.
Actions are unfathomable, even if superficially (i.e., "word-mind") understandable.
Explanations are provisional.
Reason is "after the fact."

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