I'm happy with my life the way it is.
Sounds interesting. What does it mean?
That makes no sense.
That's a double negative, and examined lives are not always worth living, so I don't think that's true.
Both are miracles.
A statue of the Virgin Mary has waved at me.
Although the first scenario is somewhat improbable, the second is more improbable than the existence of the universe, so pretty much a miracle.
If it was at 80mph, you'd probably die regardless.
Probably me, I'm usually right.
I trust my memory.
It's probably about 50/50.
We may both be wrong.
What are you even talking about?
I believe we are all born with a knowledge of right and wrong.
Both are necessary to achieve human intelligence.
Environment is most important.
I trust my gut. It's usually right.
Gut feelings are a myth.
Gut feelings play an important role in directing our attention to important things, but are not always right.
Logic is better.
Of course, unless you're crazy.
A full color, three dimensional, unbroken panoramic view of the world in HD is an illusion put together in our minds from a few perceptual cues.
It's all an illusion because objects that look real are actually 99% space.
Since everyone sees the same things, they must be real.
Sure, lots of people have predicted stuff based on their dreams.
I've often nearly invented things in my dreams.
Dreams are significant because they let us tap into our subconscious.
Dreams only seem significant because when we're dreaming, we're not thinking, but they're just meaningless associations.
Most geniuses are insane.
Genius is a combination of innate talent and great dedication.
Genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration.
Yes; emotion equals poor logic.
Yes; emotion is equal to but different from logic, since women are more emotional and men are more logical.
No, emotion plays an important role in decision making.
No, emotion is better than cold logic and numbers.
That's a strange Greek religion, right?
It's a way to arrive at the truth.
It's a type of dialogue in which each person challenges the others' beliefs in order to discover new ways of looking at things.
It's a type of logic.
That's why technology isn't always good.
Maybe they didn't care about clowns.
Some people aren't good at multitasking. I do just fine.
Your brain actively supresses perceptual input and related neuron activity in those areas you aren't paying attention to.
No; your memories are stored in your brain like movies on your computer's hard drive.
Yes, because memories are reconstructed each time from associations that are stored in your brain.
Maybe if the person is easily suggestible.
It depends on the type of person and the significance of the event.
What? Who cares?
An assumption is something I take for granted; an inference is a conclusion I draw from my inferences.
An assumption is something I know; an inference is a judgement I make.
An assumption is something I think I know; an inference is something I know for sure.
I've seen this before; it's priming.
I don't know.
Heads, but I'm not sure what the probability is.
Tails, but I'm not sure what the probability is.
I feel like I should stick to my guns.
I think I should switch.
I now have a 1 in 3 chance if I stay with my choice.
If I switch, I have a 2 in 3 chance.
I budget my money, so I won't buy another ticket. Also, since I already spent the money, it would be a waste not to attend the game.
I budget my money, so I won't buy another ticket. Since I already spent the money, however, only my current feelings will influence my decision to attend or not.
Since I prefer the game, I'll buy the ticket and sacrifice something else. Also, since I already spent the money, it would be a waste not to attend the game.
Since I prefer the game, I'll buy the ticket and sacrifice something else. Also, since I already spent the money, however, only my current feelings will influence my decision to attend or not.
A human judge, because people are intuitive.
You only get what you put into a computer. Humans have inspiration.
Given the same information, computer models are more accurate because they are not biased and have larger memories.
I don't trust computers.
Sure, why not?
Only if you are already at high risk.
There is not enough information to decide.
You can't trust ads.
All women should get tested anyway.
There's not enough information to tell.
Even if they don't smoke it now, marijuana is a gateway drug.
Since more people smoke marijuana than use heroin, it's quite low.
They are equally improbable.
Most actresses are on heroin anyway.
There is not enough information to tell.
Isn't that a useless class I slept through in high school?
Statistics help me think.
Statistics may be helpful, but they're too difficult.
I don't trust numbers. They can lie.
Not very likely