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Dear Readers,

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If you are in a room, how do you describe the exact position of a spider hanging from the wall?

With only two dimensions, it is difficult and complex to say the least, if possible at all.

However, with three dimensions (three lines from a corner of the room), it is simple.

Complexity and impossibility under two dimensions is transformed into simplicity under three dimensions.

This is how three dimensions was invented.

Simplicity is the result of having enough dimensions.

Therefore, upgrading our thinking models to incorporate more dimensions will help us understand and solve the complicated problems in life.

This also aligns with Charlie Munger and Scott Page, who advocate the model thinking.

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To have more dimensions, we need to both go up and go