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Monty Hall Problem - Explained

You’re in a game show, about to face the final challenge. The host, Mr Monty Hall, gestures to three doors. Behind one, he says, is a luxury model car. Behind the other two are goats. He asks you to pick a door, and you choose one. Before telling you whether you got a car or a goat, however, he opens a door you didn’t pick, revealing a goat. He then asks if you would like to stick with your original door or switch to the other unopened door. So, assuming you want the car, should you stick or switch? This is The Monty Hall problem. Common Errors Immediately, you’re probably thinking, “It’s a fifty-fifty chance! Might as well stick with the original.” This is the most common logical error when

Octopuses Smarter Than Humans!

PS - Whether it’s octopuses, octopi, or the most unpopular; octopodes, these molluscs stand out from their cousins with their amazing intelligence and superhero-worthy abilities. Forget chimps, dolphins, orang-utans, the most amazing, intelligent, and fascinating animals (in my opinion) are octopuses. Whether it’s octopuses, octopi, or the most unpopular; octopodes, these molluscs stand out from their cousins with their amazing intelligence and superhero-worthy abilities. Octopuses instantly stand out (or blend in) from the crowd with their incredible ability to camouflage rivalled only by some squid and most cuttlefish. Unlike chameleons, which use crystals embedded in their skin to shift t

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