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    • Foolproof Equation to a Perfect Life

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      Do you consider yourself to be a good judge of character? Do you always make the right decisions or do you find you’re constantly learning from your mistakes? Free will, the power to make choices for ourselves. Deciding exactly when and how we’re going to do something, this is an ability many of feel we have, but do we?

      A simple experiment in Foolproof Equation to a Perfect Life will prove the opposite. Science will reveal that making choices, whether simple or extremely complicated, easy to split second life or death decisions we are all poor at it. Before you get too upset with yourself, rest assure there is help available. Experts believe they have finally come up with the formula to help us make the right decisions.

      Foolproof Equations to a Perfect Life examines our human behaviour. As you will see in this informative documentary real subjects are given a series of random choices, their decisions are effected by various factors. Some of the choices may even be misrepresented.

      The documentary will show how our brains can be tricked. It is the organ in which holds the key to how we rationalize. This is why even when we think or appear to be making the right choices, we still often end up making mistakes.

      So make the right choice by watching Foolproof Equation to a Perfect Life.

      *This documentary only has trailer available.

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      Published on January 10, 2009 · Filed under: Psychology
    • rada

      aaaaaaaahhhhhhh…….fuck

    • Old Git Tom

      “This video has been removed due to terms of use violation”.

      Is there a more miserable wretch than a corporate lawyer?