I am reminded of how Lewis Carroll (Alice in Wonderland) liked to tell the
story of his map of England. His map was a perfect map in that it showed
every road, every house, every tree, every leaf on every tree, every molecule
of every leaf on every tree. It could be such a perfect map because it was on
a one to one scale with what it was mapping -- England. It also wasn't a very
useful map because the first thing you needed to understand the map was
another map (the kind you can carry around).
Am I making my point here -- or do I have to draw you a map? :-)
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