Hur slumpen styr våra liv

I artikeln "Playing the Odds" som nyligen publicerades i New York Times kan man läsa följande:

State lotteries, it's sometimes said, are a tax on people who don't understand mathematics. But there is no cause for anyone to feel smug. The brain, no matter how well schooled, is just plain bad at dealing with randomness and probability. Confronted with situations that require an intuitive grasp of the odds, even the best mathematicians and scientists can find themselves floundering.

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