The Paradox of Unanimity

 |  April 20, 2016

TED-Ed shares a statistical study that backs up the idiom “too good to be true.” The researchers say we should be suspicious of incredibly consistent observations or agreements by an overwhelming majority, because it’s more likely that an error or a deception has occurred.


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