That’s what people do. I mean, you go into a building and you presume the building’s not going to fall on your head.1 How do you presume that so easily? Well, you have a couple of things. Now, you only have one thing to rely on, and it’s normalcy bias.2 Normalcy bias means the building is not going to fall, because it didn’t fall yesterday. And you are actually each time living, you are believing in something that was there yesterday, you think it’s not going to change, it’s going to be the same tomorrow.3 But that’s already a big stupid, naive belief.