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Radical Uncertainty - Project controls for an unknowable future

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Patrick Weaver
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Economics and project controls rely on being able to accurately predict the future.  The concept of radical uncertainty suggests this is not possible and the ability of humans to make decisions in the face of uncertainty should be used more: