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  1. 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 evidence?" If the answer to this is yes, congratulations - You've found sound evidence that does not
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  2. So my dad's big bro got hit by truck-kun, and rather than getting isekai'ed, got his foot crushed (gotta note: his foot is intact, and not splattered, its just really inflammed) To what extent the bones are crushed --- i have absolutely no idea, and if its even recoverable or not, one thing is for sure, that will be a scar, and he will not be walking for a long time, if he can even ever walk without help of a cane -- that is Dunno, not really an expert in bones
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