Comment on The Dunning-Kruger Effect: How People Tend to Overestimate Their Own Abilities by Anthony Farnbach

(Fallacy in Logic) The Dunning-Kruger effect, also referred to as “Mount Stupid”, is a common and widely-known cognitive bias, named after the researchers who identified it in 1999. It describes the tendency of low performers to see themselves as more knowledgeable and capable than they really are. In short, individuals with low competence are unable to determine the level of their own ability and understanding, as well as recognize the skills of others.

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CIA Document Demonstrates The Remarkable ‘Paranormal Writing’ Ability of a Gifted Girl

(Arjun Walia) Do paranormal abilities exist? A bold question we often feel is based on belief and not science. But looking to parameters that can help determine if something is real or not in our world, like peer-reviewed publications, video footage, and the ability to experience something, then yes, paranormal abilities do exist and there are many different examples to choose from that clearly illustrates this.

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