There’s gotta be a reason. You can’t have an event pass by you without knowing why, right? Right.
“Well, you know, the weather made it hurt. It’s all that rain…”
“My back is hurting today, I was at a family BBQ and I stood for an hour yesterday, so…”
“The knee feels much better, I think it was the tape you put on there.”
Post Hoc Ergo Proctor Hoc. After that, therefor because of that.
Making a reason for things is not conscious, often. We always see cause and effect as a truth. If we’re wrong, it’s confabulation, not a lie. It’s “only human.” See a quote below from some of the Split Brain research: Continue reading