When you think about data management concepts, often the majority “opinion” or current mindset, limits what we think we can and cannot accomplish. If something is against the current mindset, that task or challenge cannot be accomplished. If something is not against, but not quite aligned with, the current mindset, the challenge is worthy but should not be undertaken.

Arthur C. Clarke described this process by which new ideas come into being as:

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