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Can we be objective when analysing systems?

In the previous step participants were asked to complete a questionnaire. The results of the questionnaire will be presented next week.
Richard Gregory's Cafe Wall Illusion. The tiles are offset row by row and although they or horizontal their tops and bottom appear curved.

In the last step you were asked the questions:

  • which country do you live in?

  • do you think in five years most British citizens will have higher incomes as a result of the Brexit?

  • is gold worth more money than silver?

  • do you think that the climate system is changing?

Next week we will publish the results of the questionnaire.

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