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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.
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Kevin Rose
4085 Followers
2 Books with Public Notes
In 1934, the KGB, The Soviet security intelligence agency, recruited three Cambridge University Students: Guy Burgess, Donald Maclean and Harold "Kim" Philby. Three years later, in 1937, two more were recruited: Anthony Blunt and John Cairncross; thus, creating the Cambridge Five.
Note: Add to research for the Bond book. Separate bios for Burgess, Maclean and Philby?
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Jeffery W. Deaver
215 Followers
6 Books with Public Notes
Widener is the Great Unsinkable Library. Its ten levels contain fifty-seven miles of shelves, enough to hold some 4.6 million bound volumes, give or take a few.
Note: marked under places to visit: Widener library
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Craig Mod
629 Followers
34 Books with Public Notes


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