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Which alternative applies to the assessment of risk and speed?
Human beings have always risked falling from great heights. We have only risked car collisions in the last 100 years or so.
“[…] our brains still react as if we were living in the stone age. Our genes have not had a chance to adapt to the development. For this reason, we immediately realise the danger of falling from a height, but not that of a collision at 90 km/h.” (Swedish Transport Administration)
What is the purpose of this question?
– Realising that we humans are bad at making assessments about certain risks. This hopefully humbles you and makes you take it easy in traffic, which can save lives.
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