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@GBLSU posted:


Just as it happens with a crossword, like the same thing happens with the physical universe, we find that the solutions to independent clues link together in a consistent and supportive way ...

No, the sentence above does not work. There should be some linker between "physical universe" and the solutions belonging to that world, for example:

- Just as it happens with a crossword,the same thing happens with the physical universe, where we find that the solutions to independent clues link together in a consistent and supportive way to form a coherent unity, so that the more clues we solve, the easier we find it to fill in the missing features.

Or, more simply:

- Both in a crossword and in the physical universe, we find that the solutions to independent clues link together in a consistent and supportive way to form a coherent unity, so that the more clues we solve, the easier we find it to fill in the missing features.

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