Beware of your brain

  1. What positively surprised you or excited you while reading these articles.
  2. What made your brain go “nonsense” or “she exaggerates”, and/or made you feel tense or nervous.
  3. If you re-read the part that made you feel tense or nervous and you now think there is something interesting there, what changed your mind?
  4. If after re-reading you still think “this is nonsense”, please (please!) tell me why. I will do my best to control my own confirmation bias mechanism and change my mind in turn.

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