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    Garth Sundem has an article in the BBC News today on making
    By Hank Campbell | February 11th 2008 12:04 PM | Print | E-mail | Track Comments
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    Garth Sundem has an article in the BBC News today on making the correct decisions and will be on Horizon on BBC Two at 2100GMT on Tuesday 12 February to demonstrate. He also has a new book in the works and another baby on the way. So he's pretty prolific all the way around. Excerpt from the BBC News article here.
    With Valentine's Day around the corner, don't trust your instincts when it comes to selecting a mate. Human decision making is seriously flawed - but it can be fixed with a few simple sums. Be warned: this article deals primarily with shark attacks, the lottery, beer, and how to get a date using mathematics. Is it a good decision to keep reading? Unfortunately, the answer is "you need to keep reading to find out." Sound irrational? Good - your massively irrational mind should have no problem with it, then.
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