SMOL made a rather nice post over here giving a great medical analogy (read here).
The worse thing in life is when after a string of good results, what you think you know actually turns out to be flawed, incomplete, or just filled with bias.
In this case, not knowing may even be safer because you don’t get overconfident.
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