During World War II British bomber desig…

During World War II British bomber designers studied returning airplanes for where to place extra armour. They mistakenly placed the armour over the areas most hit by bullets. This from the planes that returned. The planes that didn’t return didn’t get studied. This is survivor bias and it is rife in business circles. §

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