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Once, there was a grand experiment.
Psychologists ushered a person into a little room with a one-way mirror and a simple switchboard.
Levers indicated electric shock levels from low to debilitating.
The man in the white lab coat offered basic instructions: read questions to the man or woman you can’t see behind the mirror.
For each wrong answer, buzz them with an electric shock.
The more wrong answers, the more intense the current.
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