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Combining Probability Forecasts: 60% and 60% Is 60%, but Likely and Likely Is Very Likely
"we find that people are more likely to act as if they “count” verbal probabilities (i.e., they move closer to certainty than any individual advisor’s forecast) than they are to “count” numeric probabilities. For example, when the advisors both say an event is “likely,” participants will say that it is “very likely.” This effect occurs for both probabilities above and below 50%, for hypothetical scenarios and real events, and when presenting the others’ forecasts simultaneously or sequentially."
Can Restorative Practices Improve School Climate and Curb Suspensions?
It's not looking too promising. Studies is among Pittsburg schools and finds that, despite teachers reporting an improved climate, "Academic outcomes did not improve in PERC schools, and actually worsened for grades 6–8. Arrest rates among PERC schools did not decrease."
World's 1st 'tooth regrowth' medicine moves toward clinical trials in Japan
"The tooth regrowth medicine is intended for people who lack a full set of adult teeth due to congenital factors. The team is aiming to have it ready for general use in 2030. In prior animal experiments, the medicine prompted the growth of 'third-generation' teeth following baby teeth and then permanent adult teeth."
Indigenous tribe wants Ben & Jerry's to return 'stolen' land their HQ is built on
For the lulz: "Chief of the Nulhegan Band of The Coosuk Abenaki Nation Don Stevens tells Newsweek that his tribe is 'always interested in reclaiming the stewardship of our lands,' but the ice cream company has yet to contact them regarding land its headquarters now sits on. The expressed interest comes after Ben & Jerry's controversially tweeted on the Fourth of July holiday Tuesday that it was "high time we recognize that the U.S. exists on stolen Indigenous land and commit to returning it.""