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CB: Freakonomics Review

CB: If someone walks up to you and tells you that the sky is blue, you don’t need to look up to make sure they’re right. The sky was blue when you were playing with your friends in the park when you were eight and was blue when you left for work this morning. Paintings by Rembrandt and Monet tell you that the sky has always been blue. It’s a matter of common knowledge - things that we understand and don’t have to think about because of logic or sense. But while the sky may always be some shade of blue, there are some things that we think we understand, when the truth is that we have no idea

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