the World is logically unable to distinguish between Possible Risks and Proven-but-not-very-likely Risks

Many risks are possible. But a proven catastrophe that occurs with a certain probability only is something else.

The inability to make this logical distinction explains why the media do not report about the proven risk that CERN is currently incurring, which with a certain probability (ten percent?) will extinguish our planet after a delay of a few years.

I bet that this text is too hard to understand for the media to report on it.

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