Crosswalk Buttons, Voting Booths, and Other Illusions of Control

Did you know that only 9% of crosswalks buttons in New York City actually do anything? Or that a piece of US government legislation disabled all elevator “close door” buttons in 1990? But these buttons are still there, and we still push them, even when we know that they do nothing. But why? And what does this tell us about the other illusions of control that the social engineers have placed before us? Join James Corbett for today’s thought for the day as he takes you on a walk across the street