CONFUSION, 1. a confusion can be defined as any set of factors or circumstances which do not seem to have any immediate solution. More broadly, a confusion in this universe is random motion. (POW, p. 21) 2. plus randomity. It means motion unexpected above the tolerance level of the person viewing it. (Abil 36) 3. a number of force vectors traveling in a number of
different directions. (UPC 11) 4. a confusion consists of two things, time and space; change of particles in, predicted or unpredicted, and if they are unpredicted changes in space you will have a confusion. (SH Spec 58, 6109C26)
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