Lone Ranger to the power of dragon curve 7 of 9 : Organised Genius sentence

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“In all but the rarest cases, one is too small a number to produce greatness” (Organizing Genius: The Secrets of Creative Collaboration; by Warren Bennis and Patricia Ward Biederman).

*Addendum to the conclusion of the mathematics of folding a piece of paper:

In fact, when you raise any number to the power of zero folds, you get one layer – iff you can equate any number to a piece of paper.

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