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"Real life L's" life. Call it an obsession with L, a crazy dream, it doesn't matter - I believe that I'm capable of the "L" name, and will try my best to emulate him in reality.

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Logic Lessons with L - Week 1 (2/2) - Confirmation Bias

Welcome back to confirmation biases. Last time, I explained that to avoid confirmation bias, you'd have to view a perspective on both sides. If you haven't read it yet, I suggest you do. So, what did I mean by viewing a perspective on both sides? Well, simply put, I meant what I said. You find both proving and disproving evidence of a topic. Well, how do you do this? Think of it this way - "Does this evidence give clear evidence that this might be right? If not, is there any counter evi

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L Lawliet in Logic Lessons with L

An average day of the "real L Lawliet". 1/???, maybe.

Go to school (virtually), eat lunch, play some Terraria or something, then fall asleep. Pretty boring, huh?     I'm obviously kidding. This isn't my entire life. I do more than just do that over and over again... Here's what I do. My alarm is set for 6:05. I wake up after about... 3 minutes, so that's at 6:08. Then I quite literally faint back onto my bed and fall back asleep until 8:00. I don't know what it is, but I always feel... extraordinarily tired. Exhausted. I do

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L Lawliet in Life.

Logic Lessons with L - Week 1 (1/2)

Inspired by the video series of the same name. I will be going over topics that the channel used to go over, and continue the series myself. Week One - Confirmation Bias. Description: The tendency to interpret new evidence as confirmation of one's existing beliefs or theories. So, what does this mean? Well, I'll simplify it for you. Let's use an example. You believe that someone stole something from a store. You have evidence that somebody did, so therefore, from that one piece of ev

L Lawliet

L Lawliet in Logic Lessons with L

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