"Deductive reasoning is like a laser beam, it concentrates its power in a single point which is fully illuminated...but it leaves anything outside that point in the dark. Deductive reasoning is only applicable to a very narrow area outside of which is useless. There are aspects of reality that deductive reasoning cannot capture, namely, the events happening in the subatomic world of quantum mechanics."
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