Imagine there was a police lineup where 10 witnesses were asked to identify the culprit. If 60 percent of them pointed toward the same person, it’s likely that’s the culprit. But if 100 percent of them said the same person was who they saw, would that mean the same thing? Called the paradox of unanimity, sometimes unanimous decisions aren’t always the correct ones.
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