Fri.Apr 16, 2021

Less is more: Why our brains struggle to subtract

Rmukesh Gupta

Premise: It seems that our brains are naturally wired to think in an additive way when we are trying to solve problems. It is one of those brain hacks that we picked up from our ancestors but is no longer as useful to us as it was to them. So, if we can learn to think in the opposite direction, i.e,

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