Halloween and the fear of the unknown | IN 60 SECONDS

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Science has offered human beings a much clearer lens of the world than superstition ever could. Yet when faced with the unknown, people would rather have any answer — no matter how improbable — than no answer. How can we overcome this glitch in the human hardware? AEI’s Brent Orrell offers his advice.

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