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«If you can remember awful things happening or you can imagine awful things happening, that makes the risk more memorable, that makes it more a source of outrage. But what's key here is that outrage has a much higher correlation with perceived hazard than hazard has with perceived hazard.» - http://www.onthemedia.org/2013/jun/21/terrorists-versus-bath-...
«The correlation between hazard and outrage is extremely low. It's about .2. … When people don't understand the data, it's not because they can't. It's because they choose not to. And that's a function of outrage.» ‎· 9000
"if you know a risk is dangerous, that tells you almost nothing about whether it's upsetting. If you know a risk is upsetting, that tells you almost nothing about whether it's dangerous" ‎· mama1ari
(но мужик очень противный) ‎· mama1ari
Зато хоть как-то внятно проговорил, отчего борются с терроризмом и прочими фантомными угрозами, а не тем, от чего люди гибнут каждый день. ‎· 9000