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Personal bias

An easy trap to fall into is believing your version of reality is the correct one. That personal bias doesn't play a role in your view of how things should work.

No, in fact, most of us just feel we're right. If others don't agree it's simply a matter of either them being wrong or our inability to adequately explain our position.

If they knew what we knew everyone would think the same.

Horns sound better than sealed box speakers. Sealed box speakers sound better than horns.

Open baffle solves the problem we hear in bass. The bass is flawed with open baffle designs.

JFETs are softer than BJTs. BJTs have more detail.

Butterscotch ice cream is tastier than plain old vanilla. (That's a hard one to argue with)

It's difficult to be tolerant of other viewpoints because they do not match our version of reality and truth. And so we gather together in clusters and groups that share similar beliefs.

And that's ok. 

Now, if only I could get everyone else to see how right I am about stuff.

The world would be a better place. 

For me.

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