All of Anomander's Comments + Replies

It seems that a large number of these have been chosen such that the large majority of people reading LessWrong would disagree with them. If the website is to trust itself as an aggregator of beliefs with high confidence levels, then we should expect the majority of these to be wrong.

-3Stuart Anderson3y
As one of the contributors, I agree, and I would not be surprised if what I submitted were completely wrong. But I do not currently know that, and in fact believe otherwise. Also, yes, I didn't think there was much point in submitting beliefs that are common in this specific community but rare elsewhere. That didn't seem useful or meaningful. So: no, I don't "trust" this list, but I do see it as interesting brainstorm fodder for places-to-look-for-good-questions.