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otter states:But that said, avoiding being to confident generates what I call a "questioning attitude". Which is quite a bit different than "worrying"...You can "question yourself" into the old folks home <grin>. Say you're 40 and expect to live until 90. That means you have 18,262.5 days left of life. Each passing day represents a larger percentage of your life starting at 0.0055%. How many of those "days" do you want to spend reducing your 1% probability of failure by 50%.I don't know about the rest of you, but IMHO, there is a reverse "time-value" of life in operation here. This means that each youthful day (today) is worth more than each "old-age" day (tommorrow).
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