This section of the book revisits a question from the book The Lattice Boltzmann Equation (for fluid dynamics and beyond). This question is: What did we learn through lattice Boltzmann? Did LB make a real difference to our understanding of the physics of fluids and flowing matter in general? Here, the text aims to offer a subjective view, without the presumption of being right. Besides being routinely used for a broad spectrum of complex flow problems, there are, in the opinion expressed in this part of the book, a few precious instances in which LB has made a palpable difference.
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