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- n. The state of being explainable.
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And, historically, bets against the explainability of things in natural terms have been consistently bad bets.
The concept aspects: complete and clear rules, explainability, knowable time requirement (and not widely variable time length), possibilities of different levels of play for different levels of children, involvement and interaction, matches curriculum goals, the ability for the kids to play independent of teacher assistance, employable in schools (I forget what this is), fun, and originality.
Clearing oneself is not much different from choosing heat transfer coefficients in terms of explainability!
For the sake of argument, we assume compete physical (1 or 2) predictability and explainability of the behavior of humans equipped with vision, a sense of humor, and sentiments of piety.
Stephen Meyers, when the topic of explainability and “intelligence” arose at a conference I attended, with a broad grin said “But you can’t explain this!” as he flicked something -a paper clip I thought- into the audience.
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