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Try a new word: Aporia - "an irresolvable internal contradiction or logical disjunction in a text, argument, or theory."

You have a theory about how to do something, but, you are WRONG, so it is not working. Your perplexity causes an impasse.

If I even knew how many times that happened to me while programming... One time it was due to an error in a printed reference book. I bought another book... found the problem.

For bonus points, the word also refers to a genus of Butterflies, so when the problem finally is solved, it is a transformation.

Try a new word: Aporia - "an irresolvable internal contradiction or logical disjunction in a text, argument, or theory."

You have a theory about how to do something, but, you are WRONG, so it is not working. Your perplexity causes an impasse.

If I even knew how many times that happened to me while programming... One time it was due to an error in a printed reference book. I bought another book... found the problem.

Try a new word: Aporia - "an irresolvable internal contradiction or logical disjunction in a text, argument, or theory."

You have a theory about how to do something, but, you are WRONG, so it is not working. Your perplexity causes an impasse.

If I even knew how many times that happened to me while programming... One time it was due to an error in a printed reference book. I bought another book... found the problem.

For bonus points, the word also refers to a genus of Butterflies, so when the problem finally is solved, it is a transformation.

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Try a new word: Aporia - "an irresolvable internal contradiction or logical disjunction in a text, argument, or theory."

You have a theory about how to do something, but, you are WRONG, so it is not working. Your perplexity causes an impasse.

If I even knew how many times that happened to me while programming... One time it was due to an error in a printed reference book. I bought another book... found the problem.