As a premise, I make the assumption that everything is related to everything else. Superficially considered this would suggest a model of infinite complexity; a corollary inference often made is that social systems are difficult because they contain many variables; numerous people confuse the number of variables with the degree of complexity. Because of closure, however, models with infinite numbers of variables are in fact sometimes more tractable than models with a finite but large number of variables.
-W. R. Tobler, A Computer Movie Simulating Urban Growth in the Detroit Region, 1970
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