50 "Weird Facts" About the World That May Help You See Things Differently (6/50)

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“We must be receptive to new information and let statistics, not just our opinions, shape our decisions. However, we must also be critical of the facts. One experiment does not a fact make. A fact is derived from trials that may be carried out repeatedly and independently.”

Our attention spans have decreased, claims the study, as a result of the development of online newsfeeds and social media sites like TikTok and Twitter. Because long-form content demands more concentration and effort from us, we typically have a lesser tolerance for it.

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