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The '''fallacy of gray''' is a belief that because nothing is certain, everything is equally uncertain.
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The '''fallacy of gray''' is a belief that because nothing is certain, everything is equally uncertain. One who commits the fallacy of gray is one who returns to a probability of 1 in a million that "there's still a chance, right?"
  
 
==See also==
 
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The fallacy of gray is a belief that because nothing is certain, everything is equally uncertain. One who commits the fallacy of gray is one who returns to a probability of 1 in a million that "there's still a chance, right?"

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