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Part II: Paradoxical Principle #2 > More Information Can Cause More Uncertainty

Chapter 12. More Information Can Cause More Uncertainty

A man with one watch knows what time it is; a man with two watches is never sure.”

—Murphy’s Laws

The information collected to reduce uncertainty often increases it. Increasing your knowledge about one possible choice of action may increase the uncertainty about its desirability and also increase the uncertainty of other options.


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