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Independence is important to intelligent decision making for two reasons. First, it keeps the mistakes that people make from becoming correlated. Errors in individual judgment won’t wreck the group’s collective judgment as long as those errors aren’t systematically pointing in the same direction. One of the quickest ways to make people’s judgments systematically biased is to make them dependent on each other for information.
Kevin Rose
2 Books with Public Notes
The ship passed over Nuremberg, where fringe politician Adolf Hitler, whose Nazi Party had been trounced in the 1928 elections, had just delivered a speech touting selective infanticide. Then it flew east of Frankfurt, where a Jewish woman named Edith Frank was caring for her newborn, a girl named Anne.
Note: A brilliant idea, a yoking of tragic images, a dark foreshadowing.
Douglas Preston
1 Book with Public Notes
Blind effort without sufficient aforethought, regardless of how strenuous, is the near-antithesis of perfection.
Eric Franklin
75 Books with Public Notes

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