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Dangerous Minds | Idiocracy: Sarah Palin’s popularity, Tea Party, explained by Science -
2012-03-06 08:45:28 GMT
"David Dunning, a research psychologist at Cornell University, and his colleagues, have found how “incompetent” people are inherently unable to determine if another person is incompetent or not, or put more bluntly, some people are simply too dumb to know just how dumb they really are, and so they are, in turn, poor judges of stupidity (or intelligence) in others when they see it."
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