6. The brain is a "dissipative structure" and self-organizes around a least-action principle of minimizing a certain uncertainty relation.
This quote is actually talking about the "uncertainty principle" - part of quantum physics... but it made me think of something else,
do you find as you get older, you become less obsessed with working out all possible outcomes of a situation and trust your senses, or even yourself to determine a course of action. In other words problems become less about their inherant parts, but more about what you have established as fact?