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Environmentalists often insist that “everything is connected”. But it’s still slightly depressing how much external and theoretically irrelevant factors influence decision-making. Presumably including government and judicial decision-making. For example, those who drink bitter drinks judge others more harshly than those who drink sweet drinks or water, according to Psychological Science. I wonder if that includes black coffee? And for those who make decisions for a living, should they be sure to cleanse their palate first?

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