Authors: Rodolfo Henrique Cerbaro
Observers tend to view variables in two manners: variables in their benefit and variables against them, throwing variables which affect them against the aims they keep in mind. Variables do not take sides, however, unless they are observer controlled, as other observers are the only ones which can take sides.
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