Confirmation bias – always be on the lookout for it. We’re our own worst enemies in that regard.

It’s the danger I think though, of looking for ultimate final answers.

Samples too small for me to draw conclusions from just yet, although I’d put it in the “eggs good for you / bad for you” realm at the moment.

I saw a study once proving cats don’t love you based on using dog-metrics on cats… and it was 12 cats in the study.

Confirmation bias – always be on the lookout for it. We’re our own worst enemies in that regard. If it says something we tend to want to believe to be true, we’ll overlook flaws.

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