Dormison's Paradox is the unintuitive observation that D-separated active paths can cause vector collapse under certain conditions.

Although it had been known to Soviet researchers since the late 1960's, it was first explicitly described by Jacob Dormison of Stanford University in his 1978 paper Applications of Yerga's Law in Quantal- and Deval-mechanical Vector Stabilization Math Methods.

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