Although programmed to traverse adverse territory with precision measurement, the cold device—what Navajo’s call 'thinking metal'—could not make a movement when faced with an equidistant length of corridor, causing it to frustrate and fuse circuits from being out-of-balance with space/time’s parallax paradoxes.
Who saw “Koyaanisqatsi aka Life Out of Balance,” the 1982 film interpretation of the Hopi concept, that traverses from vistas of peace and tranquility into mankind's madcap rush for goods and power, showing how we very easily get out-of-balance with nature if not our once-Godly dominion?
The wisdom of balanced life, that one must juggle two unequal paradigms in order to walk unharmed between them, is an ancient concept recognized even by King Solomon, who is recorded as having said—
"Answer not a fool according to his folly lest thou also be like unto him," only to follow it up with; "Answer a fool according to his folly lest he be wise in his own conceit" (Prov. 26:4&5).
It seems human inabilities to unravel clever-lies interwoven with truths are what make people form mystic philosophies just to deal with and classify those lies -- the ones that empower the go-along-to-get-along lifestyles they treasure.