ebony14: (silly dragon)
I'm thinking that there needs to be some sort of scientific law, governing the behavior of computer errors. Some errors seem to vanish when you pay attention to them. So, you can know there's an error, but when you examine it, it goes away. I'd say that it moves (like trying to examine a photon, which moves when you observe it), but since the error doesn't shift to another application or part of the same application, I'd have to say that, by observing an error, you force it out of a quantum state of errorness and into either a concrete system error or a functional state without error.

Shrodinger's Glitch ....

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