jueves, 12 de septiembre de 2013

The intoxication of the good news

There pseudo responses, despite its falsity, dazzle, excite and leave researchers without encouragement to keep looking.

Many people have the habit of getting a regular checkup.

Only a few actually need it, most do so because they need the approval of someone exalted, important, respected, serious, prestigious.

This profile fits perfectly with the doctors, who have managed to climb in popular,

- On merit, because indeed achieve some cures ;

- Because they form an implicit association with the rulers to keep the population controlled, and

- Because we retain primitive areas of our brain, who for millennia believed in witchcraft, curses... and the benefits of being a friend of the powerful, especially when they are fearful.

Most checks are made when they feel healthy should know something that concerns them.

No doctor can use the expression " you are healthy." Indeed, this great science, art or technique can never tell if someone is healthy. The most we can know is that the tests yielded data that are not complaining of any disease, but no one knows when it has a disease so quiet as to not manifest with symptoms or clinical evaluations.

When accounting controls are made, you can never ensure that the numbers are close because differences.

Although the sum of the income and expenses of the results given by identical numbers, it would be necessary to analyze very costly to say that there is a fatal coincidence.

Fraudsters often take advantage of this gullibility of officials making up the balance sheets accounting for everything look healthy.

Something similar happens when we find a satisfactory answer any questions clarifying distressing.

When you see the perfect answer, researchers rejoice while stop looking... the real murderer.

Note: Original in Spanish (without translation by Google): La ebridad provocada por las buenas noticias.

(Este es el Artículo Nº 2.019)

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