Wednesday, August 16, 2006

How to be (nearly) Always Right

I claim that I am usually correct in pretty much any declarative statement I make.
How could this realistically be true?
Well, I read. A LOT.
I study. I experiment. I test. I attempt to think deep thoughts.

But with that, I'm probably only more likely to be right than wrong.
So how can I claim to right?

If I haven't studied, tested and pondered the subject to the point where I'm nearly certain of the answer, I just say "I don't know."

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