Conspiracy theories

Most people focus on bad drivers. But no one ever notices good drivers.

Why?

Because people choose what they want to see.

It’s a story, a narrative we tell ourselves.

If you believe the we didn’t land on the moon, you are going to zero in on the evidence that supports it.

The problem with most conspiracy theories is they are often the shortest connection between what we see and what we believe.

It’s far easier to tell ourselves a story that we don’t ever win anything than doing the math to understand how probability works.

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Josh Allred

Professional blogger. Impresario. Founder of Pivot Adventure Co.