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According to a new study, there are a number of similar misconceptions about how certain consumer behaviors, like using plastic bags, actually affect the environment.
At the same time, there’s a common misconception that financial literacy is only for kids.
The two also discussed the malicious intent that SEOs project onto Google and its employees, common misconceptions, why the response to questions is so often “it depends,” and the SEO rumors that Splitt wishes were true.
Like most misconceptions that stick around, there’s a little truth to it.
The story is complex and it’s important to highlight where China is making promising advances in useful AI applications and to challenge common misconceptions, as well as to caution against problematic uses.
Thus far we have proceeded, I trust, without much risk of misconception.
The popular idea of a wealth of flowers in tropical jungles is a misconception.
Why, when you could have so easily explained this misconception on my part, did you not take the trouble of doing so?
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In their opinion, these criticisms of the standard wage are based on a misconception of the place of the wage earner in industry.
This is their great mistake, and arises from a misconception of the character and ways of Deity.

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