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You are probably familiar with the story about placing a frog in cold water and gradually increasing the temperature. The frog does not notice the small change in temperature and is boiled alive. Well, this story, like many other familiar tales, is a myth. Frogs are far smarter than we give them credit for and they would jump out of the water well before it got too hot. Most humans, however, behave like the fictitious frog. Our reactions to gradually unfolding threats are slow or even non-existent. So what can we learn from Andrei Polgar's new book "The Age of Anomaly"?
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