Previously, I wrote that I’m skeptical of interpretation as an analytic tool. In physical reality, generally speaking, I think there is a single correct interpretation (more of a *true account* than an interpretation). Every other interpretation is a fiction, usually made obvious by complexity and entropy.

I recently encountered an argument *for* interpretation that involved the truth table for the boolean logical **AND** being seen — if one inverts the * interpretation* of all the values — as the truth table for the logical

**OR**.

It turns out to be a tautology. A logical **AND** *mirrors* a logical **OR**.