The Rashomon Effect In Our Energy System

By Guest Contributor By Kathleen Gnocato and Ron Dizy The Rashomon effect refers to different interpretations of the same event by different people, arising from distinct perspectives or experiences. It derives from the 1950’s Japanese film, Rashomon, based on the (sometimes wildly) differing accounts by witnesses, suspects, and victims of a crime — and has since been used many times as a plot [&hellip
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