I’m not not looking for general population as a whole. That’s what most folks are looking at. Sociologists, statisticians, trend-makers, politicians. It’s important but it’s not my usual area of interest. But give me those who fall outside of the bell curves and that I find interesting.

I’m not not looking for general population as a whole.

That’s what most folks are looking at. Sociologists, statisticians, trend-makers, politicians.

It’s important but it’s not my usual area of interest. But give me those who fall outside of the bell curves and that I find interesting.

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I live this. For example, I berate smart people who fall into statistically predictable behaviors when I notice it. Politics can really do that to a person but so can a number of things. I know they can do better.

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Thing is: I don’t think it does. I don’t think most people are instrumental rationalists. They do not find themselves in this paradox, as you pointed out.

Computer chips can. Some humans can.

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But, I may be missing the point here. That’s one of my common patterns..

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