If the human brain is such a near perfect computer, why so many mistakes?
My $8 pocket calculator never makes mistakes. I make them all the time. What's up with that?
Your pocket calculator doesn't have emotions! lol! and thats the point. Our brains are wired to ask questions, assess the situation then throw a load of various answers at us so we have to find the right one. and the trouble is with emotions they just get in the way. If we were totally logical without feelings then I guess we would make less mistakes, sadly we sometimes do know the answer but talk ourselves out of it!
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