Reading List - Hanlan’s razor, Death by Promotion, Learning, Focusing, outo fokas

It's not malicious. We all have a tendency to look for information which confirms preexisting beliefs. When cognitive dissonance arises, we aim to realign our worldviews. Overcoming confirmation bias is a huge step towards making better choices motivated by logic, not emotions. Hanlon’s razor assists with this. If we expect malicious intent, we are likely…

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Two Questions

Today we’d love to ask you two questions. The first one is for fun. The second one is more serious. First: if you could have any skill or knowledge, what would it be? Anything goes here, as long as it’s humanly possible. No superpowers. If you think x-ray vision might be humanly possible, that’s fine,…

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